Elizabeth Ruediger:

To the editor:

To the wonderful residents of Dummer: In March 2016, I was elected to the board of selectmen and within a month, I had to step up and step over into the administrative assistant's role to keep the town functioning, as a result of alleged criminality for which the town continues to seek justice.

Robert W Kruszyna

To the editor:

The media — newspapers, television, news magazines, commentators — seems to miss the essence of “Trumpism.” Despite the incoherence and chaos of Trump’s regime, there is an underlying agenda. Trump is saying that the only really true Americans are white, Christian and of European descent. Others, who now number nearly half of America’s population — blacks, Asians, Hispanics, Muslims — are not qualified to be Americans. So let’s stop letting them in or make life hard for them if they are already here by treating them as second-class citizens.

Ellen Tavino: Serenity Steps Annual Road Toll, July 28

To the editor:

The annual road toll for Serenity Steps will be held on Friday, July 28, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Serenity Steps is a peer support center for people who have mental wellness issues. We have been in Berlin since August of 2003. All funds raised will go to support the mission of Serenity Steps.

John A. Sullivan: Politicians serving as Pied Pipers for big money interests

To the editor:
 
My original family lives in St. Johnsbury, Vt., but a Naval career took me to California and the West Coast. Upon retirement, my wife and I moved to Berlin a little over two years ago to escape the crime, overpopulation, urban sprawl and radiation-contaminated ocean in California. Thanks to Fukushima, it’s not safe to eat seafood along the West Coast.

Sandy Lemire: Money raised for those in cancer treatment

To the editor: 
 
I am writing to clarify and retract the article in today’s edition of the Berlin Sun. The article states I was the top individual fundraiser for the North Country Relay for Life held at the Lancaster Fairgrounds.