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Letters • Published June 06, 2018 07 a.m.

Helps Make Our Town Beautiful

The Westbrook Garden Club would like to thank Boy Scout Troop #38, the good folks at Town Hall, and all our wonderful customers who helped make our recent May Garden Market a great success....

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Letters • Published June 06, 2018 07 a.m.

Want Everyone’s Ideas

Thanks go to Jennifer Rodriguez for her letter to the editor [“Make This Much Safer,” May 24] asking that the Madison Bike/Pedestrian Advisory Committee look into eradicating poison...

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Letters • Published June 06, 2018 07 a.m.

A Giant Billboard

I recommend against a special permit for U-Haul’s project for Route One in Guilford. The architect’s drawings are misleading because the elevations do not show either lighting or...

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Letters • Published June 06, 2018 07 a.m.

Positive and Productive Way

I’m writing in response to the May 10 article “Guilford Residents Ask for Human Rights Commission.” I would like to applaud these residents for coming forward and doing the...

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Letters • Published June 06, 2018 07 a.m.

Welcome to Clinton

Girl Scout Troop 62895 would like to thank the local businesses who generously donated pamphlets, business cards, take-out menus, and other items to our Girl Scout Silver Award project. With the...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

Misinformation and Anger

Clinton cannot afford to be the town that continues to damage our property values by devaluing our schools. Clinton already has among the lowest per-pupil spending on the shoreline, and our taxes...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

Wake Up, Voters

Don’t cut off your nose to spite your face. This is what Clinton voters do by not passing budgets. Developers and investors cannot be brought to a town paved in yellow “Vote...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

Peeling the Budget Onion

Whether one is a “Yes” voter or a “No” voter, the annual budget fight in Clinton is getting old. People ask me what it would take to put an end to this once and for all....

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

Must Have Access

This Memorial Day, we remember our fallen heroes and celebrate the freedom and liberty that we enjoy because of their sacrifice. No freedom is more important than the right to vote in free and...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

The Elephant The Elephant

The elephant in the room is the new Morgan school, which the town voted for. It’s a cost we committed to and cannot be changed. The debt service increase for the school is approx 50 percent ...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

Cannot Afford Any More

Clinton elected officials have clearly forgotten who they represent. For the second time, voters led by the Clinton Taxpayers Association defeated the irresponsible budgets put forward by the...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

Make Those Votes Count

What does a potential $1 million surplus in the town budget mean to Clinton taxpayers? It means that this year’s 10 percent tax increase was two percent too high. After two referendum...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

Spun Out of Control

Fake news is no longer just a national issue. It’s right here in Clinton. We have let the facts get spun out of control, and voters are believing the lies because its easy to say, and vote...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

Hard to Fathom

When I take my recycling and trash over to the Transfer Station in Old Saybrook each week, I am struck by the number of bottles in the bottle and can container with water in them, either a small...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

Dedication and Efforts

I would like to commend State Representative Noreen Kokoruda (R-101) for her dedication and efforts during the 2018 legislative session. After months of hard work, she helped to pass a budget that ...

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Letters • Published May 30, 2018 08 a.m.

A Wonderful Gift

I just had the wonderful good fortune to attend a Vista Life production of The Addams Family at The Kate. Many of us who are familiar with Guilford Community TV know Sam Stark, the lovely ...

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Letters • Published May 23, 2018 08 a.m.

Character Must Remain Unique

We write to express our alarm at the obvious lack of preparation exhibited by members of the Planing & Zoning Commission (PZC) in their final public discussion of U-Haul’s application...

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Letters • Published May 23, 2018 08 a.m.

Symbols of our Freedom

Regarding the April 26 story “Small Cell Installation Project Coming to Guilford Green,” I am against better cellular coverage in or on the Guilford Green. First, let us not forget...

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Letters • Published May 23, 2018 08 a.m.

Question the Wisdom

On a day historic for severe weather in Connecticut, 1,548 Madison taxpayers braved the threat and risk of dangerous tornadoes and bad weather on May 15 to vote on the Madison town and schools...

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Letters • Published May 23, 2018 08 a.m.

A Gross Overreaction

I hope your readers paid close attention to the letters in the May 10 Courier concerning the establishment of a Guilford human rights commission. They make chilling reading in a country...

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Letters • Published May 23, 2018 08 a.m.

Support is Appreciated

The Guilford High School girls swim team would like to thank the Guilford community for taking part in our first-ever Shred Day on May 12. The fundraiser supported the girls swim team in its...

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Letters • Published May 23, 2018 08 a.m.

Make This Much Safer

I was happy to read in The Source that our town has formed the Ad-Hoc Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee [May 3 story “Madison Works Toward Complete Streets...

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Letters • Published May 23, 2018 08 a.m.

Some Underlying Reason

I agree with the May 10 letter from Chris Penders regarding the disgraceful $300,000 cut in the Scranton Library budget [“Have Done a Disservice”]. In a budget of more than $80...

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Letters • Published May 23, 2018 08 a.m.

Puzzlement and Dismay

It was with a combination of puzzlement and dismay that I read in the May 10 edition of the Courier that a group of petitioners in Guilford feels that “the best way to combat...

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Letters • Published May 23, 2018 08 a.m.

This Should End Now

I am really having a difficult time writing this letter. This situation seems so unfortunate. Many people say Guilford is a loving and caring community. Where is the love and care?Poor...

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