Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

Letter: Borough family appreciates prayers, support

To the editor, We wish to begin by again expressing our appreciation for all of the prayers that have been said by the faith community for the past 11 years…

Letter: Town should look into assessment of properties

To the editor, As a result of the last property revaluation in Beacon Falls, I will be seeing a substantial increase in the amount of the property taxes I will…

Letter: Services of town nurse are priceless

To the editor, If you have not had the need to utilize the services of our town nurse, you are lucky in health but unfortunate in not being able to…

Letter: Media should stick to reporting the news

To the editor, When will our so called news media realize that they are to report the news and not make the news. In my mind, both TV and the…

Letter: Market forces drove up values

To the editor, I am writing in response to the article entitled “Budget has larger impact on Chatfield Farms residents” in your June 2 edition, and am writing on my…

Letter: Session ending without a budget is unacceptable

To the editor, The 2017 legislative session [ended] at midnight on June 7 without a budget agreement to close the projected $5.1 billion deficit for the next two years. Democrat…

Letter: Mill rate inequity needs to be addressed

To the editor, I am writing this letter because I am deeply concerned about the mill rate in Naugatuck. It is excessive, and I do not believe it is reasonable…

Letter: Media literacy needs to be taught in school

To the editor, Fake news. These two words have become a joke through the hysteria people have made it out to be since the recent presidential election, especially when President…

Letter: Providing security for President is costly

To the editor, Communities throughout the country complain about how much it costs them to provide security for President Trump when he is in their area. I thought he had…

Letter: Rehabilitation program should be required

To the editor, Overcrowding in prisons has become a serious issue not only in the state of Connecticut, but nationwide. In Connecticut specifically, about 79 percent of those incarcerated have…