Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

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Letter: First Selectman talks Beacon Falls

To the editor, It seems like summer was just starting and now we’re already looking towards the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend and the start of the new school year….

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Letter: School pools should be open

To the editor, As someone who has experience in local government, particularly in Boston, in the past and as a successful English swimmer over a period of decades, there is…

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Letter: Author appreciates support

To the editor, I would like to show my appreciation to the people who supported my book, “Silent and Grateful Tears.” Because of your generosity I have been able to…

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Letter: Driver thanks good Samaritans

To the editor, Early Wednesday afternoon July 30 my car broke down at the traffic light on Meadow Street next to Dunkin Donuts. All my efforts to restart my car…

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Letter: Grateful for help from Elks

To the editor, Many thanks to Jim Desmarais and his very capable helpers from the Elks organization for helping the senior citizens. I’m grateful for them trimming my shrubs and…

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Letter: Fed up with President

To the editor, I am fed up with President Obama claiming that he must use his presidential authority and go around Congress to get things done because they do not…

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Letter: Waterbury line is worth the trouble

To the editor, The Waterbury line of the Metro-North Railroad needs some serious attention if we’re serious about reducing traffic congestion here in southern Connecticut. Riders from the Naugatuck River…

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Letter: VNA has given great care

To the editor, A small pebble thrown into a huge lake creates monumental rippling effect. It is the small gestures and kind acts that your [Naugatuck Visiting Nurses Association] staff…

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Letter: Give the gift of life

To the editor, Gift of Life organ and tissue donation could save a life or many lives. To register, visit donatelifenewengland.org. Everyday 18 people die waiting for organ transplants. People…

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Letter: Resident questions actions of officials

To the editor, Naugatuck town government has been wiping out every morsel of good deed or service that seniors or disabled people might need. They’ve put the Naugatuck Historical Society’s…