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When we first moved to Bedford, we kept hearing from so many different people that we had to meet one of our Bedford neighbors, Alli Choi. This kept coming up in conversation after conversation from friends of all backgrounds, ages and perspectives. We’re not sure we’ve ever known someone to…

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Whatever their affiliation, I believe that all candidates in Bedford are genuinely invested in the well-being of our town. That said, Ellen Calves stands out. I have worked with her on many projects, such as the TIOLI shed for sharing household items, Bedford’s Community Composting and the R…

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With early voting starting Oct. 23, we thought this was a good time to remind readers about our letters to the editor policy, including some helpful hints that will increase the chances of your letter getting published before Election Day. Please keep these points in mind:

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Erika Pierce is as impressive and dedicated as they come. She has cultivated a variety of skills from her professional background in business, education and nonprofits as well as community organizing and volunteering. Most recently, she has served as legislative aide to Westchester County Le…

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There is much to love about our wonderful town, but we cannot be persuaded simply to protect the status quo. While we work to keep Bedford charming, historic, and well-maintained, we also need to anticipate and foster change. Change is inevitable, and if we are not actively moving ourselves …

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A recent poll found that 52% of Americans feel the country is more divided than a year ago. I understand this feeling. Today’s partisanship seems different than in years past. For example, some see it as necessary to demonize their political opponents rather than simply advance a different p…

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Just about every candidate makes the promise to pursue policies that are fiscally responsible. Especially in our communities, with their relatively high cost of living, a pledge to hold the line on spending and tax increases is a popular and common refrain. 

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Recently, James Marcotullio claimed in a letter that I’m “hazardous” and a “danger” to the town for my suggestions on American Rescue Plan spending and cellphone coverage (“Candidate reveals ‘hazardous inexperience’ in her critique,” published online Oct 11). A couple weeks after my letter s…