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All Work Together

 September 17, 2014

In response to the Sept. 4 article "Town Asks for State's Help to Keep Causeway Clear,"
the Route 154 causeway is a wonderful asset for Old Saybrook. It is enjoyed by walkers, bicyclers, runners, photographers, passing cars, and people fishing. It is one...

OSFD Offers Heartfelt Thank You

 September 10, 2014

Thanks go to all the residents and businesses of Old Saybrook who helped make the Old Saybrook Fire Department's 90th anniversary celebration on Aug. 26 such a big success. We had more than 300 people attend the celebration, and a grand time was had by all. We'd...

Message Must Not Be Lost

 September 10, 2014

On Monday, Aug. 25, the Old Saybrook Board of Selectmen took the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. We were challenged by the first selectman in Clinton. The video of the Old...

A Job Well Done

 September 10, 2014

Because our septic system failed, we had to choose a contractor to replace the system. The Old Saybrook Water Pollution Control Administration (WPCA) gave us a choice, and we chose Olmstead Contracting, LLC.

Understands the Difficult Issues

 August 6, 2014

On Aug. 12, the Republican primary is taking place, and I will be voting for Devin Carney, candidate for state representative for the 23rd District. I feel that Devin has good core values and understands the difficult issues facing the state of Connecticut.

Promises to Help Resolve Problems

 August 6, 2014

Betsy Ritter is the kind of person we want as senator in the 20th Senatorial District of Old Saybrook. We need someone who has successful experience in government, has demonstrated the ability to get things done, has concern for the community and our families,...

Character, Morals, and Values

 August 6, 2014

Devin Carney is a great choice to be our next state representative for the 23rd District, and we will proudly vote for him in the Republican primary on Aug. 12. Marilyn Giuliano has held this seat for 12 years, and it is important the next person represents us...

A Smarter, Louder, Tougher Voice

 August 6, 2014

We need and deserve a better voice for our communities in the State Senate than the three-way election gave us in 2012.

Job Well Done

 July 30, 2014

On July 7, Matthew Pytlik and a crew of workers arrived at 6 Fenwood Road to begin my leach field conversion [as part of the town's Water Pollution Control Authority septic system upgrade program]. They were extremely professional during the complete project,...

Energetic, Sincere, and Well-Qualified

 July 30, 2014

I am writing on behalf of Devin Carney, who is the candidate selected by the delegates of the 23rd House of Representatives Republican caucus held on May 14 in Westbrook. The delegates chose him by a 10 to 4 vote.

Bright, Fair, and Insightful

 July 30, 2014

During the last national political campaign, we were meandering through back roads of Rhode Island. Poised on a front yard was a classic old Ford pick-up truck, propping a large, hand-painted plywood sign: "Vote current political officers out; vote everyone new...

Great Support for Grads' Reception

 July 23, 2014

On behalf of the Old Saybrook High School PTO for the Class of 2014 Graduation Reception, we would like to thank: Pursuit of Pastry for the beautifully decorated cake, Paul of Walt's Food Market for the delicious 12 pounds of strawberries, Old Saybrook Garden...

Championed Healthcare Access and Reform

 July 23, 2014

Registered Democrats in Old Saybrook who vote at the middle school have an important primary coming up on Aug. 12. Betsy Ritter, the endorsed Democratic candidate in the 20th Senate District, has championed healthcare access and reform in the House of...

The Experienced, Hard-Working Choice

 July 9, 2014

Betsy Ritter, the endorsed Democratic candidate in the 20th Senatorial District, is asking for your readers' votes in the Aug. 12 Democratic primary. Ritter's legislative achievements and leadership in the House of Representatives in Hartford led to her election...

Speaking for Us and Our Wellbeing

 July 9, 2014

Registered Democratic voters in the Old Saybrook neighborhoods of Cornfield Point, Knollwood, Fenwood, North Cove, and Ferry roads have an important primary on Aug. 12. The outcome of a November election hinges on eligible voters choosing the better candidate in...

Will Be an Excellent Senator

 June 25, 2014

Registered Democratic voters living in the 20th State Senate District of Old Saybrook have an important primary in August. If your readers are represented by retiring Senator Andrea Stillman, the primary is for their area. Unaffiliated voters have time to...

Have You Seen?

 June 25, 2014

Have you seen spring peepers, skunk cabbage, and jack-in-the-pulpits, its small, green leaves unrolling to the sun? Have you seen mighty oaks, hundreds of years old, responding again to the warmth of the spring soil or hemlocks hiding last year's bird nests?

Always There for Those in Need

 June 25, 2014

Under a misty sky on June 13, the fourth annual Paul Kegler Memorial Dinner was held to benefit Boy Scout Troop 51 of Old Saybrook. Over the past four years, the Paul Kegler Memorial Fund has provided financial assistance for families to help pay for summer camp...

A 'Do Over'

 June 25, 2014

It is rare in life to get a "do over." Somehow our little town is getting a second chance to preserve The Preserve. No errors this time; let's just do it.

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