Letter to the editor: Nonprofits are better at keeping people housed

If you have spent any amount of time in the “affordable housing” rabbit hole, you are aware that research over the last 50 years has shown that nonprofit housing organizations are consistently better at keeping people housed than for-profit housing developers are.

Letter to the editor: Public lands could be used to help housing crisis

The local housing crisis is complex enough that it will take more than one relief method to fix it.

Letter to the editor: School planning questioned

I don’t know who needs to hear this. Apparently, our leaders will not. How do you justify opening the college or schools when you are holding all of the planning meetings virtually? Does it make sense to anyone that our local government is not open for bu … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Middlebury must treat homeless with respect

I have known Laura Asermily for many years. While her choice of words in the article published on Oct. 17, 2019, may have been unfortunate, I am certain that they were about the behavior, not the value of the people she was discussing. It’s fair to say th … (read more)