Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor: Don’t raze Wolfe Avenue property until new plan is in place

Dear Sue Cable, Mike Krenesky, and Dominick Sorrentino I understand the property on Wolfe Avenue that was purchased by the town for public use a few years ago is under…

Letter to the editor: Anti-wind crowd not telling the whole story

I have been reading the several letters to the editor dumped upon Citizen’s News by the anti-wind people. They do not tell the whole story. Mr. Sargeant’s letter, in particular,…

Letter to the editor: Beacon Falls can’t afford demolition

It is distressing to find that the Beacon Falls Board of Selectmen, at their December 13th meeting, voted 2 to 1, along party lines, to “IMMEDIATELY” tear down the town-owned…

Letter to the editor: Wind turbines safe, clean energy

As a taxpayer, ratepayer, and lifelong resident of the Town of Prospect, I am in favor of Wind Prospect.  The wind turbine project includes siting two GE 1.6 mega-watt turbines…

“Concerned Citizens”

I sure hope that everyone who is against telecommunications towers and equipment does not own a cell phone or even a cordless phone, and also do not use wireless internet…

Letter to the editor: Maple Hill parent horrified by wireless tower

I am a parent of a first grade student at Maple Hill School.  I just learned of the plan to place a wireless internet tower on top of the school…

Letter to the editor: Opinion poll is biased

Dear Editor, Regarding your Citizens’ News on-line “Quality of Life” Poll on the Wind Turbine Proposal, wouldn’t it be a more clear question if worded: “Do you support the BNE Energy…

Letter to the editor: Thank you Prospect Town Council and Mayor Bob

As a concerned citizen of Prospect and living 1500 feet from the proposed wind turbines, I attended the Prospect Town Council meeting on Tuesday night. Everyone in attendance listened intently…

Letter to the editor: Call me a NIMBY

When I first heard about the wind turbines, I thought “that’s cool”. Then I started to research it. You may think this isn’t your concern, however remember whatever is determined…

Letter to the editor: Historic Lewis house should be used for administrative space

I was fortunate to have the opportunity to walk the grounds and inspect the inside of the Historic Tracy Lewis House on the occasion of the visit by the grandson…