Letters Policy

The Enterprise welcomes letters to the editor. All letters are subject to editing. They must be signed and include full legal name, a street address and daytime telephone number for verification. Revisions to letters will not be accepted.

All letters must be no longer than 550 words.

Letters may be mailed to 50 Depot Avenue, Falmouth, MA 02540 or e-mailed directly to the editor.

Falmouth - E-mail to bhough@capenews.net. We will not print letters endorsing candidates or letters of thanks. Letters should address the editor, not another organization, person or town boards.

Mashpee - E-mail to kinsella@capenews.net. We will not print letters of thanks. Letters should address the editor, not another organization, person or town boards. The deadline is Wednesday by 9 AM.

Sandwich & Bourne - E-mail to paradise@capenews.net. The deadline is Wednesday by 12 PM.

Recent Editorials, Letters, Guest Articles

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During the May 14 meeting of the board of selectmen, Selectman James Potter presented an original idea that I feel would definitely enhance the performance of the board and…

One of Thomas Guerino’s first public statements as town administrator was and I quote: “My job will be to make the board of selectmen look good.”

Could there possibly be a more insidious and superior way for bringing cultural competitive excellence to its knees than legalizing marijuana?

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As a resident of Pocasset, I will be voting for Peter Meier for selectman in the May 21 election, and I urge you to do the same.

In recent years the town has seen a lot of new development in both the private and public domain. We’ve also experienced our share of challenges—the temporary closing of th…

Bourne has been wrangling about parking in Buzzards Bay, which is necessary for revitalizing downtown, and dealing with parking for Massachusetts Maritime Academy students.…

Imagine that you’re a right whale. You and your fellow right whale associates have returned to one of your favorite springtime haunts, known as “Cape Cod Bay” by those dang…

Monday’s Special Town Meeting made the right decision in approving $2.8 million in borrowing for a proposed wastewater treatment plant for Buzzards Bay.