December 5, 2019
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Gadflies Are the Bedrock

Published April 17, 2019

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It is wonderful that Old Saybrook is blessed with residents who do not just accept the status quo. In the April 4 issue’s letters to the editor, two important subjects were brought up: Why are we considering spending money buying marshland that is going to be underwater in 30 years [“We Deserve to Know” by Robert Avery], and why do we continue to tolerate the man/child behavior of our police chief, most recently highlighted in the March 25 police commission video on Youtube [“Unable to Fathom” by Eleanor Susan Laplace]. Honestly I was reluctant to even mention the police chief’s behavior for fear of some type of retaliation, but if one resident can do it, so can I.

I hope the appropriate bodies can take some action soon on these topics. Hail to these political gadflies who are the bedrock of a free society!

David Towle
Old Saybrook