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Hard Work at the Beach

Published July 25, 2018

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I am writing this letter to acknowledge the hard work that is being done to combat issues at the beach this season. First and foremost, the Public Works and Parks and Rec departments have been doing a great job with trash cleanup and keeping things running at the beach. The Police Department, under the direction of Chief Ed Lennon and Deputy Chief James Naccarato have been doing a great job with parking enforcement and have issued numerous parking tickets in the immediate beach area. I would like to personally thank each of these departments for going above and beyond to keep our beautiful beach area pristine.

Along with those men and women and the beach supervisors, especially Frank Capelloni, our beach remains the gem of the town in which I am proud to serve. I would like to remind beach-goers to please use the trash receptacles that the town has provided to keep the area clean, and be aware of the no-parking areas to avoid a parking ticket.

Joseph E. Deko
East Haven

Democrat Joseph Deko serves on the Town Council representing District 2.

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