Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

Letter: FOI bill an ill-advised proposal

To the editor, This is in regard to your March 10 editorial, on a proposal by Rep. Adam Dunsby to charge a $125 fee for a FOI (Freedom of Information)…

Letter: Parcel C could turn into a disaster

To the editor, Another potential disaster awaits at Parcel C once again. As a 40-year resident of this lovely community, and a former real estate broker who helped to grow…

Letter: Ladies auxiliary grateful to those who came to dinner

To the editor, On behalf of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Prospect Volunteer Fire Department, thank you to all who came to our murder mystery dinner on April 1. It…

Letter: Event received full community support

To the editor, Beacon Falls was rocking on Saturday night, April 1, and that’s no April Fool’s joke. Everyone in the audience was thoroughly entertained by Aspen Dream Production’s rendition…

Letter: Syria shouldn’t receive financial support

To the editor, Just why the hell are we providing any financial support to Syria as noted on the TV? Is it on the basis that one of Assad’s opponents…

Letter: Resident grateful for worker’s initiative

To the editor, I would like to give a shoutout to one of the Copes workers, who picked up the trash during a snowstorm. Several weeks ago I looked out…

Letter: Grandparents’ rights deserve more attention

To the editor, Today, March 23, 2017, I read the headline, “Legal marijuana offers pot of gold,” and testimony.  In my opinion, people are mostly for it and less against…

Letter: Tournament raised money for good cause

To the editor, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the volunteers, the basketball players, the donating vendors and the people that made contributions for the…

Letter: No need to stay on daylight saving time

To the editor, Recently there was a news item regarding some legislators proposing having us go on daylight saving time permanently. I would suggest that we join the rest of…

Letter: Failed revision process was costly

To the editor, As a citizen of Prospect, I thought my neighbors might want to know what has happened since the Charter Revision Commission was appointed back in September 2015,…