Letters To The Editor
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To the editor: General Electric is committed to cleaning up the Housatonic River, despite claims in The Berkshire Eagle "Rest of the River: GE hopes costs sways appeal" by Larry Parnass (Page 1) and "Where GE's name is mud" by Boston Globe columnist … more
To the editor:I was fortunate enough to be invited to a public speaking competition among juniors at Hoosac Valley Regional High School recently. Six juniors had five or six minutes to speak, with some speaking on serious subjects, others a little … more
To the editor:If Massachusetts lawmakers approve proposals to enact an employer-funded family leave and temporary disability leave program, small business owners could be looking at another costly mandate. This would come on the heels of a recent … more
To the editor:I'm not a real psychologist, but I took a couple of classes in college and I've read quite a bit, so that means I'm a certified "armchair" psychologist. There are a lot of us out there, and I believe our observations should be accorded … more
To the editor:H. Patricia Hynes' June 4 op-ed piece "How the light gets in" points out a major messaging opportunity that environmentalists frequently miss: decisions that are good for the earth can also be also good for the economy.Fossil fuel … more
To the editor:I was glad to see Derek Gentile devote his June 9 commentary to those selfless souls who participated in the invasion of Hitler's "Fortress Europe" on June 6, 1944. However, I the type of landing craft that brought the American assault … more
To the editor:As we make our way through each of our days and nights here in beautiful Columbia County, we each live with the understanding that regardless of our social standing, ethnicity or political leanings, if we dial 911, help will … more
To the editor:I would like to ask Washington Post columnist George Will ("Public broadcasting is superfluous, bulletproof," oped, June 8). where on cable or commercial television I can find programs with the fact-finding power of "Frontline," the … more
To the editor:As you enter the Columbus Ave. parking garage in Pittsfield you encounter a large pothole. As you leave the garage your are met with another pothole. Between the entrance and the exit there are additional potholes. I realize the garage … more
To the editor:It was with some amusement, and just a bit of sadness, that I read recent letters in The Eagle lamenting the demise of democracy in Stockbridge. If democracy is in peril, arrogance and condescension evidently abound.Chuck Cardillo, Don … more
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