Letter to the Editor: The Steak and Potatoes of Voting ‘Yes’ for the Override

Photo: Young “Yes” campaigners in Cushing Square on Saturday, March 28. To the editor: To the “distinguished” gentleman in the Lexus who gave me a thumbs down this morning [Saturday, March 28] when I was holding a YES for Belmont sign in Cushing Square: Congratulations on your success.  I’m sure you worked hard for it.  As my […]

Letter to the Editor: Vote Yes on April 7

To the editor: Vote “YES” on April 7th The need is clear: rising enrollment and costly mandates necessitate additional funding if we are to continue to offer our children a quality K-12 education. The statistics are compelling:  the total number of students has risen by 317 in the last five years. Belmont High’s Class of 2014 […]

Letter to the Editor: Lobby to Preserve Tennis Courts in Belmont

To the editor: Our town once had three tennis courts at Town Field, ten at Belmont High School and four at Chenery Middle School. We have lost two at the Middle School when they rebuilt it for parking. Six-to-eight courts at the High School leaving two to dilapidate. There are two tennis teams at the High School which need to practice from March to the end of […]

Letter to the Editor: Concerns Continue with Proposed Cell Tower

Editor’s note: This is a letter sent to Joseph Zarro, pastor of Plymouth Church on Pleasant Street that the author wished to share with the community as a letter to the editor. Dear Reverend Zarro, According to recent articles in the Belmontonian and the Belmont Citizen Herald, your organization is considering the siting of high power, […]