Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

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Letter: Beacon Falls WPCA has no regulations

To the editor, Regarding Kurt Hummel’s request for a septic tax credit reported in Citizen’s News on Aug. 19 and [First Selectman] Chris Bielik’s subsequent comments about opening a “Pandora’s…

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Letter: Legion asks for support of POW/MIA

To the editor, We, the members of American Legion Post 17, Naugatuck, greatly appreciate all the support given to us over the past years. Donations to our Poppy Drive, which…

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Letter: Candidates should lay out Social Security plans

To the editor, Several recent national articles have expressed the doomsday prediction that Social Security is dead and beyond repair. As a retiree this greatly worries me, but I am…

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Letter: Antibiotics are being used recklessly

To the editor, A recent report by the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) exposed an alarming prediction that by 2050, antibiotic-resistant infections will kill 10 million people each year worldwide…

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Letter: Method used to teach math is flawed

To the editor, I have taught advanced college-level general chemistry using the same texts and standards of Harvard and Yale, but as a professor in a community college in the…

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Letter: Candidates should take a physical exam

To the editor, When a youngster first joins a school athletic team he is required to take a physical exam to assure that he is in good health. The same…

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Letter: Benefit ride organizer offers thanks

To the editor, On behalf of my brother and sister-in-law, Glen Mitchell and Kristina Caponera Mitchell, Moe’s Auto Service and the Kacey Rose Foundation, a special heartfelt thank you to…

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Letter: Trump is all ego

To the editor, Just once, I’d like to hear Donald Trump admit that he made a mistake or negotiated a deal where he had to compromise or suffer a loss….

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Letter: Borough budget always goes up

To the editor, The budget is always increasing. Why don’t all staff and the mayor take a pay cut to help ease the burden of others. You never hear about…

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Letter: Connecticut has become the expert in taxing

To the editor, Given recent rumblings in Hartford regarding implementation of a mileage tax on vehicles I was reminded of the below. It is an excerpt from a poem on…