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Articles:
  Citizens Deserve Tax Relief!
An Open Letter Regarding Kent Manor from Maureen Fleming
Unless we become extremely imaginative and innovative in our thinking...
Starry, Starry nights... at least for a while
Support the Troops, Not Mr. Bush
Retaining Our Bucolic Character
Will Lake Carmel Fire Services Protect Patterson Crossing?
Letter to the Board regarding a new home on North Knapp Court
Letter to Supervisor Tulipane Regarding the use of the LC Fire House - Wanda Schweitzer
Concerns About the old Lake Carmel Fire House - Liz Allison
The Kent Recycling Center - by Jeff Green
What to Do About a Barking Dog on Miller Hill Road
Putnam County's "Places of Power" by Lou Tartaro
CAC Comments on Town Center FEIS by George Baum
The Real Route of Sybil Ludington by Bil Tulipane
What are the qualifications to serve as building inspector? Anthony C Casali
Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road (Kent Style) - by Jeff Green
Richard Quaglietta
NY Journal News Endorsements for Townwide Races
Where are County Politics? By Richard Quaglietta
A reply to : The Cowards Among Us by Anne Olson
The Cowards Among Us by Jeff Green
You Call This Business Friendly? - Bil Tulipane
Proposed Town Board Policy for Dealing with Community Volunteers - Jim Baker
Drums Along The Muh-he-can-ni-tuck - Gil Crying Hawk Tarbox
Daniel Nimham Knew How to Spell His Own Name - Penny Osborn
Recycling is Alive and Well - Letter to Emigré Magazine - Chris Bird
 A $100 Million Dollar Mistake - by George Baum


Issues:
Light Pollution See a Proposed Light Pollution Law for the Town of Kent

Barking Dogs

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    1. Barking Dogs Make a Community Growl
    2. Indiana Resident Asks How to Get Relief From Noisy Dog
    3. Barking Dog Not Music to Residents' Ears in Chicago Suburb
    4. Barking Dogs Are a Health Hazard
    What are your rights when it comes to noise in your neighborhood? Believe it or not, your noisy neighbors have more actual rights than you do. State and local courts have placed the burden of proof on the victim and have set the bar so high that in most cases noise problems are rarely, if ever, solved. Click Here to learn more.


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