Author: Letter to the Editor

Missing pieces in ‘Chipping away’ article

To the editor: My concern with the article, “Chipping away: NH’s timber industry tries to adjust after governor’s biomass veto (Oct. 25-Nov. 7 NH Business Review) is not so much what it says but what it doesn’t say. There is…

Kudos for the last issue

To the editor: Although I always review NH Business Review cover-to-cover, the Sept. 27-Oct. 10 issue held me for a single extended reading. Bob Sanders’ cover story, “Beyond the vetoes,” neatly summarized the last veto-heavy legislative session and its diverse…

Thanks for the great reporting

To the editor, Many thanks to NH Business Review and journalist Bob Sanders for the excellent, in-depth article about the future of fossil-fueled electricity plant operations in New Hampshire. Digging into the details of forward capacity payments and new ISO-NE…

The economic potential of commuter rail

To the editor: With New Hampshire looking to restore a rail link between its largest cities and the thriving Boston area, a few voices have been raised casting doubt on the potential for passenger rail. I invite those folks to…

Capital gains tax is wrong for New Hampshire

To the editor: With several high-profile issues brewing in the state budget battle, one that is starting to get attention is House Bill 686. This bill is a Democratic proposal which implements a 5% tax on capital gains. The money…

The facts about ‘rooftop solar’

To the editor: I was happy to see Bob Sanders’ story explaining the downside of leasing solar in New Hampshire (“Demystifying solar: Are homebuilders, consumers warming up to rooftop installations?” Aug. 5-18 NH Business Review). Solar leasing companies are deceiving…