Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

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Letter: Power plant is a bad idea for communities

To the editor, Today while driving on the Oxford airport road, I saw a mature bald eagle in a field just off the road eating its meal. How fortunate I…

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Letter: Neighborhood businesses need support

To the editor, Most residents of Naugatuck, especially the ones that live on the west side, are probably familiar with an old landmark on Quinn Street known as “Marty’s Corner.”…

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Letter: Reason to celebrate in fight against Common Core

To the editor, Today many of the parents who have been fighting the Common Core aspects and the planned “sit and stare” policy that many of the regions/districts throughout the…

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Letter: Country, state facing opioid epidemic

To the editor, Our state and our nation are in the midst of a public health crisis … an epidemic. Opioid abuse is tearing apart families and tearing at the…

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Letter: Raising minimum wage will hurt businesses

To the editor, Is Obama going out of his mind allowing/promoting a $15 per hour minimum wage? No, he’s catering to minority flocks of followers, some minority immigrants, like himself,…

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Letter: Lions Club grateful for support of fundraiser

To the editor, I would like to thank everyone that showed up at the open mic at the New Harvest Restaurant to support The Lions Club of Beacon Falls “Families…

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Letter: Proposed plant would hurt people with asthma

To the editor, There is a shoe organizer in the nurse’s office at Andrew Avenue School in Naugatuck. But what inhabits the 24 slots of the shoe rack has nothing…

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Letter: Tax collector reaches out to residents

To the editor, January to Feb. 3 was the time to make your second installment on your real estate and personal property taxes. Supplemental vehicle taxes were sent out in…

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Letter: Music series offers entertainment right in town

To the editor, On Friday, Feb. 27, I took my granddaughter Rachel, a big Beatles fan, to a Beatles tribute show at the Whittemore Library. We really did not know…

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Letter: Fiscal responsibility is needed in Hartford

To the editor, The 2015 legislative session is well under way. The Connecticut General Assembly convened the “long session” on Jan. 7, which goes from the first week in January…