Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

Letter: Former tax collector responds to letter

To the editor, I am writing in response to Shawn Styfco’s letter “Resident raises concerns about Beacon Falls P&Z Commission” (Citizen’s News, Jan. 31, 2020) in which he questions why…

Letter: Food bank grateful for support from community

To the editor, Two hundred and eighty holiday baskets. That breaks the record for how many family members in our community received a complete Thanksgiving and Christmas basket of food…

Letter: Change to Post Office mailboxes a sign of the times 

To the editor, Once again one of the usual routine things we have been used to doing has had to be changed. The U.S. Post Office mailboxes are being changed…

Letter: Financial record-keeping is concern in Prospect

To the editor, Last month, Prospect Mayor Robert J. Chatfield said he learned in December 2018 that as far back as November 2017, significant amounts of money were missing from…

Letter: Independent audit is needed in Prospect

To the editor, According to all recent reports, the thefts from a Prospect payroll account for which police recently made an arrest in connection to occurred over the period of…

Letter: Beacon Falls resident raises concerns about P&Z Commission

To the editor, It’s 2020 and a great way to start the new year is by cleaning up the Beacon Falls Planning and Zoning Commission. The following should be alarming…

Letter: Tolls will make state less attractive to employers, prospective residents

To the editor, There are certain core functions of government that most can agree on — education; public safety; social services for children, seniors, the disabled and veterans; and transportation,…

Letter: Church members grateful for club’s generosity

To the editor, On behalf of the Mission Board of the Prospect Congregational Church, UCC I would like to extend our thanks and gratitude to the Prospect Lions Club for…

Letter: Trump deserves to be driven from office

To the editor, Our country was born in the fight against foreign interference. That makes the transgressions of President Donald Trump’s even more repugnant. He actually encouraged foreign interference in…

Letter: Governor needs to understands his constituency

To the editor, Gov. Ned Lamont has once again underestimated the resolve of most Connecticut residents. In August, the plastic bag law (tax) was enacted, along with its predicted $27.7…