Letters

After BMC nurses’ strike and lockout, four more questions

Tuesday, Oct 10 - In his letter to the editor, John Breasted writes: “BHS should fully disclose the magnitude of the extra costs incurred in its four-day lockout, and the terms of its contract with the company that supplied its strike labor.”

Commercial ‘pot shops’ will hurt the drug cartels

Saturday, Sep 23 - In his letter to the editor, Jon Piasecki writes: “Squailia’s neo-Puritan zeal is misguided and harmful to our communities and economy. We need marijuana brought out of the darkness and into the light.”

Communities should ban commercial pot shops

Thursday, Sep 21 - In his letter to the editor, Richard Squailia writes: "I do not want the identity of West Stockbridge, or other small towns, to be changed by allowing pot tourism."

Reclaim New York is a ‘pseudo’ grassroots campaign

Monday, Sep 18 - In his letter to the editor, Bobby Houston writes: “The best way to actually reclaim New York is to vote out the Trump toady, John Faso, elect somebody who doesn't take huge donations from hate-money billionaires “

Berkshire Museum’s ‘new vision’: Transform static museum galleries

Tuesday, Sep 12 - In its letter to the editor, the Berkshire Museum Board of Trustees writes: “No matter what the future holds, the Berkshire Museum is focused on bringing people together for experiences that spark creativity and innovative thinking by making inspiring educational connections through art, history and natural science.”

Consolidated school districts would improve Berkshire education

Wednesday, Aug 9 - In her letter to the editor, Sharon Gregory writes: “Consolidation would enable the larger entity to negotiate for enhanced vocational-technical training programs, enriched academic curricula options, larger state transportation reimbursements and more effective special education.”