Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

Letter: NHS Grad Nite Committee thankful for support

To the editor, On behalf of the Naugatuck High School Grad Nite Committee and the graduating seniors, we would like to thank all of those who donated, volunteered and supported…

Letter: Roundabout proposal being considered in a vacuum

To the editor, So far, the roundabout proposed for Rubber Avenue in Naugatuck seems to be a proposal for a major roadway change being considered in a vacuum. There are…

Letter: Legislation finally recognizes Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans

To the editor, President Donald Trump recently signed the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019 into law, finally bringing congressional recognition to 90,000 veterans who served in the…

Letter: Troop thankful for support

To the editor, Boy Scout Troop 258 of Naugatuck would like to thank all who came out in support of our annual Father’s Day pancake breakfast. We had a great…

Letter: Borough needs to consider proposed project’s impact on residents

To the editor, The proposed Naugatuck railroad hub idea has recently been pressed forward again by town officials. What is not considered is the significant negative impact on the lives…

Letter: State budget was business as usual

To the editor, As per tradition, majority Democrats finally gave minority Republicans a copy of the 567-page biennial state budget just over 12 hours before debate officially began in the…

Letter: Resident questions whether board members have conflict

To the editor, One would think that individuals appointed or elected to serve on any town board would recuse themselves if a topic came before them in which they have…

Letter: Borough should proceed very cautiously on future solar projects

To the editor, I read the article “Officials pursuing alternative plan for NHS roof repair” (Citizen’s News, May 16) about a reassessment of the roof replacement at Naugatuck High School….

Letter: Vote against early voting bill is disheartening

To the editor, It is disheartening that state Sen. George Logan, R-17th District, voted against a bill that would have helped expand voting access in our state through early voting….

Letter: Family thankful for response to dog attack

To the editor, On Monday April 29, while sitting on our front porch, our cat Thor was attacked by an unleashed dog. This attack was unprovoked and preventable. After requiring…