Category Archives: Letters to the Editor

Letter: Dambowsky is dedicated to borough

To the editor, From 2005 to 2015, I had the opportunity to work with Fran Dambowsky in his role as the town emergency manager while I was deputy fire chief…

Letter: Taf Jackson works tirelessly for Naugatuck

To the editor, I’m writing with optimistic anticipation regarding the re-election of Deputy Mayor Laurie Taf Jackson, Naugatuck’s only female candidate running for burgess on Tuesday, Nov. 5. Over the…

Letter: Smith will serve Beacon Falls residents

To the editor, During Gerard Smith’s tenure as first selectman of the town of Beacon Falls, I worked for Gerry as his administrative assistant. This was not an appointed position;…

Letter: Little information provided on questions at town meeting

To the editor, I was recently criticized in a letter to the editor “Elected leaders have duty to be informed about, decide on issues” (Citizen’s News, Oct. 10, 2019), for…

Letter: Not enough information to make informed decision

To the editor, In reply to the letter “Elected leaders have duty to be informed about, decide on issues” (Citizen’s News, Oct. 10, 2019), while Mr. Grace attributed failing to…

Letter: Litke has best interest of students at heart

To the editor, Two years ago we wrote asking the residents of Naugatuck to vote for our uncle, Jeff Litke, for the Board of Education. We thank the voters for…

Letter: Litke advocates for all students

To the editor, I encourage all the residents of Naugatuck to get out and vote on Nov. 5 for Jeff Litke for Board of Education. I have known Jeff now…

Letter: Smith will bring financial stability, open government to Beacon Falls

To the editor, Having lived in Beacon Falls for over 60 years, I find it very difficult not to voice my concerns about this year’s election. Having served as a…

Letter: Resident thankful for help after fall

To the editor, On Sunday, Sept. 22 around noontime at Mountview Plaza in Naugatuck, I fell and was injured. I was crossing from the parking area toward a store and…

Letter: Police partnership with Ring unnecessary

To the editor, A recent article, “PD moves into digital neighborhood” (Citizen’s News, Aug. 29, 2019) explained that the Naugatuck Police Department partnered with Ring, a company offering doorbell cameras…