Letters to the Editor

Please help me to take back our democracy

Thursday, April 14, 2016 Carol Robidoux 2

At age 68, I was arrested this week for he first time in my life. My misdemeanor offense, and that of my more than 400 fellow arrestees, was blocking the the front of the U.S. Capitol. We did it because big money is blocking us, and all ordinary Americans, from being heard – or at least heeded – by Congress. READ MORE

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Open Letter to the Citizens of Manchester and Elected Officials:

Thursday, February 11, 2016 Carol Robidoux 0

Recently, we spoke with someone who does not live in Manchester and has young children. They fully recognize that living in Manchester would highly benefit them professionally but are frankly “scared” of the Manchester School District. The reality is great work is being done under the leadership of Dr. Livingston and her staff, yet the constant barrage of negativity around our schools threatens this progress. READ MORE

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Gatsas: ‘I will always put the taxpayers first’

Monday, November 2, 2015 Carol Robidoux 0

By putting taxpayers first we have achieved great things: economic development is thriving, public safety is a priority, we have created new public private partnerships in our schools for our students and we are addressing the heroin epidemic head on and emerging a leader on solutions. READ MORE

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Open Letter: ‘I find myself with more questions than answers on ‘Don’t Wait. Educate’ initiative

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 Carol Robidoux 0

While I would like to sign your Statement of Principles, I find myself with more questions than answers, assertions without reference, a school district that has struggled for years with its existing pre-school program, the questionable results of the Head Start program nationwide and the opinions and analyses of many experts that don’t agree with the solutions proposed by your organization to the issues raised. READ MORE