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Wednesday, April 14, 2021
  • I read with interest the recent feel-good, photo-op article about Camden’s tree replacement program and, like many readers, mumbled to myself, “That’s nice,” and moved on. But the closing claim about Camden’s long-standing Tree City USA status . . .
  • I have recently witnessed a great deal of patriotism expressed through the flying of our nation’s flag. At this time I feel it is important to remind people . . .
  • Mr. Frank Grande,

    Whereas you clearly know everything, would you kindly enlighten the rest of us
  • In response to Frank Grande’s piece, “Maine Not as Expected” (Letters, April 6):

    It must be discouraging to see yards that might be “trashed.” I certainly don’t care to see garbage bags . . .
  • I am thrilled to vote Breanna Pinkham Bebb for Northport Selectboard on April 14. If ever there was a candidate who has proven her desire . . .
  • Allow me to add my voice to the growing chorus of those who oppose the property development at Firefly Field on Talbot Avenue. Other letters before mine have covered the threats to the wildlife of the area, . .
  • The letter to the editor, “Kamala Harris’s Affect,” in the April 6 Free Press demonstrates a sad reality in today’s America. Contrary to the letter writer’s passionate opinion, the Biden administration has been enjoying . . .
  • This is a letter of thanks to Frank Grande, a visitor to Camden from Long Island, for his advice in the April 6 Free Press on how to make Camden a better place. Unfortunately, it appears that Mr. Grande was . . .
  • Driving around Maine in the spring is one of my favorite things to do. Is the shad-blow in blossom yet … time to pick fiddleheads …
  • Domestic violence is a pernicious and often silent assault on its victims. A victim’s silence can be their physical salvation, . . .
  • We are fortunate to have such an astute writer and analyst as indicated in Ms. Reitman’s recent letter (“Kamala Harris’s Affect,” Free Press, 4/6/21). Not only does she seem to be a trained psychologist with a grasp . . .
  • The Rockland Planning Board memo released on March 30 to City Council regarding the Habitat for Humanity Contract Zone misrepresents the neighbors’ and citizens’ concerns. Letters have been submitted detailing ...
  • In Ms. Clark’s vitriolic and very personal broadsides against the proponents of more public space in the historic village district of Waldoboro (“Another Park for Whom?” March 23), she makes at least one good point, and one that ...
  • At the December 14 Rockland City Council meeting, the board passed, on first reading, Zoning Ordinance Amendment 39, with final passage on March 8: to amend the definition of an accessory apartment to allow for the ...
  • I am in Maine visiting my daughter, with the possibility of buying a property. Been here for two weeks, looking around in different areas, I am amazed at the number of homes that have garbage and all sort of junk or debris strewn in ...
  • Now, with the Senate vote on the For the People Act coming up, our Senator Collins has a chance to show us in one action whether she is willing to defend a democratic government or is committed to the self-serving agenda ...
  • This is why we need For the People Act election reform. Georgia Republican election official Gabriel Sterling was interviewed on PBS NewsHour on March 26 about Georgia’s new election law. Mr. Sterling gave a seemingly ...
  • Please join me voting for Ann Frenning Kossuth for Northport selectman on April 14. Her leadership on the Northport Broadband Internet Committee, on which we serve together, has been tireless, informed, inspiring and effective....
  • Bruce Poliquin recently wrote in the Portland Press Herald: “Democrats in Washington and Augusta are pushing for major changes to how we vote and tally the results, which will confuse and discourage voters. The goal of the far left ...
  • I write to urge you to support S.1, the For the People Act, which is under consideration in the Senate after being approved in the House. It is essential to pass this bill if we are to keep the full measure of our democracy. You know the ...
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