Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

Letter: Solar panel project was a costly decision

 To the editor, Flashback to the fall 2017/winter 2018 on Lopus Road in Beacon Falls. The once beautiful, prime piece of real estate between the Beacon Falls Public Works Department…

Letter: Markley has experience, record to be a great conservative voice in Hartford

To the editor, I will vote yes for Joe Markley because Joe Markley votes no. Being a resident of Prospect for 11 years has allowed me the privilege to have…

Letter: Nardello can get done what needs to be done

To the editor, On Tuesday, Aug. 14, Prospect Democrats will have the opportunity to choose Vickie Nardello as our state senatorial candidate for the 16th District. I have known Vickie…

Letter: Voters should choose Horsley

To the editor, I am writing this letter not as the Bethany Democratic party leader but a concerned citizen residing in Connecticut’s 17th Senatorial District. Many of us at the…

Letter: Fireworks possible due to community support

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

Letter: Scalise represents an influx of new voices

To the editor, I am urging all my friends and neighbors who are registered Democrats to vote for Dagmara Scalise for state senator in the Aug. 14 primary for the…

Letter: Political climate nurtured by media interests, advent of social media

To the editor, I was surprised and impressed by the insightful Citizen News July 5 “Our Opinion” column entitled “Objective history allows us to learn from the past.” It is…

Letter: Citizens made poppy drive a success

To the editor, On behalf of the American Legion Post 17 and American Legion Unit 17 of Naugatuck, we would like to thank the citizens of Naugatuck and the surrounding…

Letter: Beacon Falls family thankful for benefit dinners

To the editor, Crazy things can happen when a person is least expecting. One day you are working and the next you are in the emergency room being diagnosed with…

Letter: Towns may be better off without senators

To the editor, I see that Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., was right there for the people of Oxford, Southbury, etc., when the May 15 storm was over. It didn’t take…