Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

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Letter: Generosity ensures fireworks tradition continues

To the editor, The Naugatuck Park Department, the Fourth of July Committee, and the Borough of Naugatuck, would like to extend our sincerest thanks for the following businesses and families…

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Letter: Political playing field should be level

To the editor, We are in the middle of questioning the eligibility of the Democratic presidential contender, including veiled threats hinting at espionage. On the other side of ballfield we…

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Letter: WPCA should not be in the town budget

To the editor, As a resident of Naugatuck, I am very concerned over the [Water Pollution Control Authority] settlement. As a senior on a fixed-income, and a former member of…

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Letter: Selectman doing his job by proposing ordinances

To the editor, I want to say thank you to Selectman Krenesky for doing his job. All too often, and this can be seen on all levels of government, personal…

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Letter: Clinton story proves there are different rules

To the editor, For quite a long time now we have been hearing comments about there being rules for us and different rules for those in our government. They have…

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Letter: Sit-in an embarrassing act for Democrats

To the editor, I have heard that the real reason the Democrats gave up their protest (a 25-hour sit-in) was because they ran out of Pampers, Depends and toilet paper….

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Letter: Residents must get out and vote at referendum

To the editor, The mayor just announced that they have reached an agreement with (Veolia North America, which runs) the wastewater treatment plant and by us passing the referendum our…

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Letter: Selectman applauded for bringing issue to light

To editor, I applaud (Selectman) Michael Krenesky for bringing the delinquent tax issue to our attention and proposing that no elected or appointed official who owes back taxes should be…

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Letter: Ordinance proposal purposively targets selectman

To the editor, I read with concern, but not surprise, Republican Selectman Michael Kerensky’s transparent scheme to target Democratic Selectman Peter Betkoski with a “Trumped” up ordinance proposal, which selectively…

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Letter: Veteran questions why the low turnout at vigil

To the editor, Last Saturday an event took place on the Naugatuck Green which was publicized in both local newspapers, on radio, with posters placed around town, a sign by…