Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

In response to the letter from Erin Bradt regarding buying locally raised/grown food ("Know your farmer, know your food," Oct. 9, 2014): You give an admirable description of what your farm, and others like it, are like, and how important they are to reducing our carbon footprint, producing healthy food, etc.

To the Editor:

It’s time for a reality check for the Berne Town Board.

I would like to comment on the Altamont Enterprise article that appeared in the Sept. 18, 2014 edition, “Buddhist retreat center and hilltop views sold to Berne.”

To the Editor:

Have you driven by the Saddlemire Homestead on Route 156 in Knox lately? The overgrown shrubbery and dead tree have been removed. The house’s peeling patches are gone, and its new coat of white paint dazzles in the autumn sunlight.

To the Editor:

In response to Marcia Ranieri’s letter printed in The Altamont Enterprise on Oct. 9, regarding crosswalks, she did not mention if cars were not stopping while she was in the crosswalk.

To the Editor:

I want to thank Mr. Jordan J. Michael for the great article in The Enterprise on Oct. 2, [“Chain of command broken: Who decides the fate of high school coaches?”] and also the editor for the editorial on the second page [“The public should be heard, not herded” — both online at Altamont Enterprise.com].

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