Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor: American Citizenship Is Rendered Irrelevant, Worthless And A Handicap

A Connecticut women gives an impassioned speech, proudly declaring that she is “undocumented.” She goes on to say that she suddenly realized that her “legal status or social security number…

Letter to the editor: Prospect wind turbines treat to health, safety

The residents truly believe in the town slogan, “best small town in Connecticut.” That is because it has the feel of a family supported by neighbors and a town government…

Letter to the editor: Proposed wind turbine too close to home

There has been a lot of controversy about the wind turbine site BNE energy company in Prospect, CT. I believe that this is an important controversy that we, the residents…

Letter to the editor: Communications facility poses danger to children

I was outraged while reading about the unanimously approved vote for a Clear Wire communications facility to be put on top of Maple Hill Elementary School! I will have 2…

Letter to the editor: Don’t close metro-north rail

As a former Naugatuck Mayoral candidate & as an ordinary citizen of this region, I have been a strong advocate for metro-north rail service to this region of Connecticut. Personally…

Letter to the editor: Rossi thanks supporters

Dear Editor, I wanted to thank all of the voters of the 17th District that supported my bid for the 17th District State Senate seat. In the two years of…

Letter to the editor: illegal immigrants

I would like to know what it is about illegal our elected officials don’t seem to understand. Why in the hell are illegal immigrants being treated as anything but what…

Letter to the editor: Fill the bus thank you

The drivers at Student Transportation of America would like to thank the people of Naugatuck for the generous donations to help Fill the Bus on Sunday November 14th at Walmart….

Letter to the editor: Literacy Night

Dear Editor, Salem Elementary School recently hosted a “Literacy Night” where first and second graders reminded us why Salem plays such an important roll in our children’s education. The Principal,…