Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

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…

Letter: More can be done with town budget in Beacon Falls

To the editor, It’s time to make smart budget decisions. I have attended several of the budget workshops and, while the budget is lean, several improvements should still be made…

Letter: Stop & Shop employees thankful for support during strike

To the editor, We, associates at the Naugatuck Stop & Shop in Local 919 and 371, cannot thank local residents enough. Over our 11-day strike, the support shown by the…

Letter: State government needs to be accountable

To the editor, I’m sure people with kids in college or preparing for that next step have lost some sleep worrying about the financial end. Even for those planning to…

Letter: Time for a change

To the editor, It’s time for a change. With Beacon Falls holding a municipal election later this year, each party (Republican and Democrat) needs to nominate candidates for the November…

Letter: Today’s consumers must start cleaning up their mess

To the editor, Remember the deadly tornado in Alabama? The polar vortex in January? Australia’s record heat and 4 feet of rain in one week? Are these events related to…

Letter: Towns will be impacted by changes in the recycling industry

To the editor, I count myself among those who try to recycle everything possible. How can that possibly be bad? Here’s how. First, the recycling industry is changing fast, due…

Letter: Mindful approaches needed to deal with increasing bear population

To the editor, Human interactions with wildlife need to be handled with care and mindfulness. People need a wakeup. People are just one part of the rhythm of nature connected…

Letter: Toll bill creates a veil of secrecy

To the editor, Thanks to Gov. Ned Lamont, it is quite likely that Connecticut will have tolls on all highways in the state as soon as they can be built….