Letters to the Editor

The right message on gerrymandering

To the editor: Three cheers for Marjorie Smith and the article about gerrymandering (“Let’s put an end to gerrymandering in NH,” Feb. 1-14 NH Business Review). The politicians of all stripes have an ingrained reason to develop voting districts to…

Girl Scouts make the world a better place

To the editor: Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains is honored to have been chosen by the NH Business Review for its AWE (Advocate for Women’s Empowerment) award. The award recognizes those who have made the effort to…

NH’s Mercurial Aid

To the editor: In the article, “NH’s mercurial aid to towns” (Feb. 1-14 NH Business Review), Michael Kitch did an excellent job detailing the fiscal problems faced by our towns and cities with the failed promises and commitment of our…

State’s I-93 Concord plan needs work

To the editor: The rebuilding plan for Interstate 93 in Concord will move traffic through the city in an efficient and orderly way. But the current plan will do little to help the city grow or develop. Outside of New…

Roche is wrong on PFAS standards

To the editor: I read with interest Jim Roche’s op-ed (Dec 7-20 NH Business Review) on PFAS and science and regulation, and began thinking where to start, but then I ran across a this letter in Foster’s Daily Democrat from…

A ’much appreciated’ cost transparency story

To the editor: Bob Sanders’ article (“A tale of healthcare transparency,” Nov. 9-22 NH Business Review) was a great story! I wish others would share similar stories and expose what’s really going on with healthcare costs. I am a physical…