Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Killingworth Letters

Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

Steady, Solid Leadership

We are writing in strong support of Lou Annino and Jamie Young’s candidacies for seats on the Killingworth Board of Selectmen. As long-time residents of our town, we have come to know and...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

A Dynamic Duo

It’s often said that all politics is local, a saying that highlights the importance of our upcoming local elections. Along with stone walls and town meetings, participatory democracy holds...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

Ready to Step Up

Ernie Lacore and his wife moved to Madison four years ago and quickly got involved in our community. Ernie presently serves now as an alternate on our Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) and is seeking...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

A Person of Action

I’m sure we’d all agree that the venom, spitefulness, and fear-mongering we see in our national political arena has no place in local politics. Remembering that we are all neighbors...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

The Town’s Interests First

They say that “all politics is local,” but that is rapidly changing as federal and state political influences attempt to drastically change the way of life in small towns like...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

Compassion, Inclusion, and Knowledge

I support Maureen Lewis for a position on the Madison Board of Education. Maureen has been a resident of Madison for nearly 20 years and has been a constant supporter of all the public schools....

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

A Positive, Energetic Attitude

Jamie Young would be a great selectman for Killingworth. She is an attorney who has experience in industry as well as state government, having served as associate legal counsel to then-Governor...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

Record of Civic Engagement

This Election Day, Nov. 2, we have an opportunity to put a true, experienced financial professional on Madison’s Board of Finance. Happy Marino has served our town on the Board of Education ...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

Ability to Maintain Balance

I am writing in support of Jean Fitzgerald and Happy Marino for election to our Board of Finance. I have worked with Jean on the Board of Finance the past two years and have witnessed firsthand...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

Making Decisions Carefully

I have had the pleasure of serving on the Planning & Zoning Commission with Joe Bunovsky for the last six years. He has served on this commission for the past 10 years. During that time he has ...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

Steady and Informed Leadership

It has been my privilege to serve on the Killingworth Board of Finance for the past four years with Annie Stirna. There is often a learning curve when one joins a municipal board such as our...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

A Lot of Big Decisions

The position of first selectman requires leadership. This is true during the best of times but is especially true through challenging times. Madison has a lot of big decisions to make as a town...

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Letters • Published Oct. 20, 2021 08 a.m.

Collaboration, Compromise, and Hard Work

I write to share my enthusiastic endorsement of Jamie Young to serve on the Killingworth Board of Selectman.Jamie and her family have made Killingworth their home for the past 23 years. She ...

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Letters • Published Oct. 13, 2021 08 a.m.

Will Work as a Tea

I’m only one person and while excited to be running for first selectman in Killingworth, I am also excited about the team we have assembled for November’s election.Eileen...

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Letters • Published Oct. 13, 2021 08 a.m.

We Should Be Wary

Two candidates for Board of Selectmen on the Killingworth Republican slate, Nancy Blewett and Graig Judge, are seeking more than one office. Our town charter prohibits a selectman from holding...

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Letters • Published Sep. 29, 2021 08 a.m.

Much Work to be Done

I am Nancy Gorski, running for first selectman in Killingworth. Killingworth is a beautiful town with wonderful neighbors and a great sense of community. Our many volunteers help to make the town...

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Letters • Published Sep. 01, 2021 08 a.m.

Get Things Done

I am Jamie Mowat Young, and I am excited to run with Lou Annino, Jr., on the Democratic ticket to serve on Killingworth’s Board of Selectmen.My husband Brian and I made Killingworth...

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Letters • Published June 09, 2021 07 a.m.

Really Deserve our Thanks

I wish to express my admiration and appreciation for the way that First Selectwoman Cathy Iino and her excellent staff have navigated the challenges of COVID. Through it all, even when some were...

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Letters • Published Oct. 28, 2020 07 a.m.

Thinks Beyond Slogans

Christine Goupil is just the person we need to represent Killingworth in the Connecticut House of Representatives’ 35th District. She is methodical, knowledgeable, insightful—even...

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Letters • Published Oct. 21, 2020 08 a.m.

A Solid, Dependable Voice

It is the dedication and willingness to thoroughly study the issues at hand in serving her constituents in the 12th State Senate District that makes Christine Cohen (D) so worthy of being re-...

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Letters • Published Oct. 21, 2020 08 a.m.

The Day of Reckoning

I’m writing to endorse John Hall for my representative in the 35th Assembly District. I have known John for 20 years and come to admire and envy his ability to look at a problem and quickly ...

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Letters • Published Oct. 07, 2020 08 a.m.

Strong Record of Service

We are writing in support of Christine Goupil’s candidacy for state representative in District 35. As long-time residents of Killingworth we have come to appreciate how important it is to...

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Letters • Published Sep. 09, 2020 08 a.m.

Chalk Art Contest a Success

The Killingworth Library Association wishes to extend its heartfelt thanks to the following for making the 2020 Summer Sidewalk Chalk Art Contest a success: Andie’s Cookies, Arbor Gardens,...

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Letters • Published Sep. 02, 2020 08 a.m.

Come to See the Error

An update: About six weeks ago, we wrote to you about how our Black Lives Matter lawn sign was stolen [July 2 letter “Racial Injustice is Everywhere”]. Rob then built a 1’ by...

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Letters • Published July 01, 2020 08 a.m.

Racial Injustice is Everywhere

Anyone who studies history knows that poor black communities in this country have forever been victimized by white vigilantes, white-dominated police forces using excessive force, white-owned...

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