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Old Saybrook Letters

Letters • Published Jun 05, 2024 08 am

Very Grateful Thanks

The members of the Old Saybrook Garden Club (OSGC) extend our very grateful thanks to everyone for supporting our club’s annual Gardeners’ Market held on the Old Saybrook...
Letters • Published May 15, 2024 08 am

Did Their Part

The Old Saybrook Rotary Club would like to extend its thanks to all who came out on that rainy April 20 to participate in our annual Shred It Day at Old Saybrook High Sch...
Letters • Published May 08, 2024 08 am

A Very Successful Tree Giveaway

Thank you for a very successful free tree giveaway on April 27. We gave away 50 beautiful trees from a local nursery. First Church of Christ Congregational Church graciou...
Letters • Published May 01, 2024 07 am

A Huge Thank You

The Old Saybrook Rotary Club extends a huge thank you to all our local businesses, community members, sponsors, and Saybrook Point Resort and Marina for a most successful...
Letters • Published Apr 24, 2024 08 am

Need Qualified Candidates

In Old Saybrook the right to continue having timely and responsible voting is on the ballot. Why, you ask? Both political parties will be electing a new Registrar of Vote...
Letters • Published Apr 24, 2024 07 am

Most Successful Fundraiser Ever

The Lower CT Valley Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) wishes to thank its members, local merchants, and community members for their incredibly...
Letters • Published Mar 20, 2024 08 am

Remarkable Work

Thank you for introducing me to the remarkable work of oncology nurse Melissa Tunnacliffe ("Tunnacliffe Co-founds Business to Help People Deal with Chemotherapy," March 7...
Letters • Published Feb 21, 2024 08 am

Thank You

Twelve senior citizens at Saye Brooke Village South want to thank our two young heroes, Jacob and Luca DeAngelo, who spent 2 1/2 hours on Feb. 11 removing snow from 12 ca...
Letters • Published Feb 14, 2024 08 am

An Opportunity to Deliver

Last November, Democrats ran on investing in Old Saybrook to preserve the community we all love. At that time, the voters clearly agreed, giving us the majority on the Bo...
Letters • Published Feb 07, 2024 08 am

Act as Stewards of the Environment

Mother Nature is ramping up her power with extreme cold and heat, along with extraordinary rain and snow storms. Clogged water basins create flooding, degrade roadways, a...
Letters • Published Jan 17, 2024 08 am

Vote Yes

Many Old Saybrook residents have been asking questions and voicing concerns about the police department. During the summer, Chief Michael Spera indicated the situation wa...
Letters • Published Jan 10, 2024 08 am

Grateful for Seasonal Joy

I want to recognize the person(s), aka unidentified neighbors, who brought joy to the Cinnamon Ridge and Pepperidge Trail neighborhoods. Some thoughtful person(s) put out...
Letters • Published Dec 20, 2023 08 am

It Takes a Village

Have you ever heard the expression, “It takes a village”? I’d like for you to imagine for a moment and have you think back to when you were in your early 30s or when you ...
Letters • Published Nov 08, 2023 11 am

Needs to Be Addressed

Last I knew, it was the responsibility of the town to clean out the storm drains. Seems to me, after cleaning out the stream alongside my house, this isn't being enforced...
Letters • Published Nov 08, 2023 11 am

Thank You

On behalf of the group that created the COVID-19 Tribute in Old Saybrook, I would like to thank everyone who supported our efforts and who showed up on a very rainy day t...
Letters • Published Nov 01, 2023 08 am

Thank You, Old Saybrook

On behalf of the Goodwin Elementary School PTA, we extend our deepest gratitude to the wonderful individuals and businesses in our Old Saybrook community who made our rec...
Letters • Published Nov 01, 2023 08 am

Continue His Work

I am supporting John Henry for the Old Saybrook Zoning Commission. John and his wife, Donna, have lived in Old Saybrook for 23 years and are dedicated to their five grand...
Letters • Published Nov 01, 2023 08 am

A Step Forward

As a Democratic candidate for Town Council in our beautiful shoreline town of Clinton, I am grateful for the opportunity to have spoken directly to hundreds of my neighbo...
Letters • Published Nov 01, 2023 08 am

For Continued Experience, Progress, and Responsibility

I am pleased to endorse James Henderson for the Old Saybrook Board of Education (BOE) this autumn. Jim has been a commissioner on the board for 10 years and has much expe...
Letters • Published Nov 01, 2023 08 am

Thank You To All

In early August, a series of wildfires broke out on the island of Maui. The wind-driven fires prompted evacuation, caused lots of damage, and took the lives of at least 9...
Letters • Published Nov 01, 2023 08 am

Delivers for You

On Tuesday, Nov. 7, Old Saybrook voters will go to the polls to decide who will represent them on the Board of Finance, Board of Education, Zoning, Planning, Zoning Board...
Letters • Published Oct 25, 2023 08 am

Deserves a Second Glance

There’s one candidate in the race for Board of Education that deserves a second glance from voters because he has 25 years of experience as a public school teacher. Jack ...
Letters • Published Oct 25, 2023 08 am

Part of That Direction

My name is John Henry, and I am running for a seat on the Zoning Commission in Old Saybrook this November. I have been an alternate for the past four years, and I would l...
Letters • Published Oct 25, 2023 08 am

Will Bring a New Perspective

My neighbor, Meghan Brady, has worked tirelessly to make Old Saybrook a better place for us to live for many years. Now an empty nester, she chooses to continue that good...
Letters • Published Oct 25, 2023 08 am

Too Important Not To

Over the years, legislative Democrats submitted bills to create a statewide property tax, force costly zoning mandates on our town, and require immense school regionaliza...
Letters • Published Oct 25, 2023 08 am

Inclusive, Welcoming, and Dedicated to Helping Others

New candidates for municipal government possess the multifaceted skill set that distinguishes Laura Gray, who is running for the Old Saybrook Zoning Commission. Likable a...
Letters • Published Oct 25, 2023 08 am

Will Always Make Decisions That Benefit the Community

My name is Eric Dussault, and I am running for the Old Saybrook Board of Finance (BOF). I was unanimously appointed to the Board by the Board of Selectmen in 2022. I am a...
Letters • Published Oct 25, 2023 08 am

Doing A Great Job

I am writing in support of George Chang for the Old Saybrook Board of Finance. I wrote an endorsement letter for George 16 years ago when he ran for the Board of Educatio...
Letters • Published Oct 25, 2023 08 am

Keep Saybrook Shining

Hi there, my name is Barbara Labriola, and I am your town treasurer. I am running for reelection on Tuesday, Nov. 7. It has been my honor and pleasure to serve all of yo...
Letters • Published Oct 18, 2023 08 am

Ensure a Continuation of Excellence

My name is Karina Julius, and I am running for reelection to the Old Saybrook Board of Education. I have been fortunate to serve on the Board for the last five years, and...
Letters • Published Oct 18, 2023 08 am

Track Record is Noteworthy and Apparent

With great pride and enthusiasm, I am writing to request your continued support for the re-election of the team consisting of Carl Fortuna, Scott Giegerich, and Barbara ...
Letters • Published Oct 18, 2023 08 am

Will Continue to Provide Leadership

I am Alan Hyla, and I am running to retain my seat on the Old Saybrook Board of Education (BOE). I believe and hope you will agree that my nine-plus years as a dedicated ...
Letters • Published Oct 18, 2023 08 am

Skills, Intellect, and Experience

There are three things that a Board of Education (BOE) member, regardless of party affiliation, must do to be successful – focus on the students, support the teachers and...
Letters • Published Oct 18, 2023 08 am

Thank You

Thank you to all of those Old Saybrook residents and business owners who preserve and protect their growing and mature healthy shade trees! Besides providing visual beaut...
Letters • Published Oct 18, 2023 08 am

Integrity, Ethics, and a Genuine

It is a distinct honor to support the candidacy of Democrat George Chang for the Board of Finance (BOF) in Old Saybrook. As a current member of the Board of Education (BO...
Letters • Published Oct 18, 2023 08 am

Vote for Democrats

I am new to Old Saybrook, but already I love this community. The people are friendly, the downtown is bustling with activity even as the summer wanes, and the beauty of t...
Letters • Published Oct 11, 2023 09 am

Dedicating a Blue Star Memorial

You may have noticed them, large markers with a blue star emblem erected on highways and in other memorial locations across the United States. They are Blue Star Highway ...
Letters • Published Oct 11, 2023 09 am

Scare the Voters

Old Saybrook Democrats are gaslighting residents into believing Old Saybrook has done little to address coastal concerns. Over the last 30 years, Old Saybrook has been ac...
Letters • Published Oct 11, 2023 09 am

Use Your Voice

Hello Old Saybrook! My name is Rick Swan, and I’ve had the privilege of serving on our Board of Finance (BOF) for the last four years. My "day job" is working as an assis...
Letters • Published Oct 11, 2023 09 am

The Honor of Serving

My name is Tom Stevenson, and I am running for reelection to the Board of Finance (BOF). I have had the honor of serving the citizens of Old Saybrook in this role for the...
Letters • Published Oct 11, 2023 09 am

Always Put Our Kids First

Old Saybrook schools are a source of pride and joy to our community. I am proud to have raised my children here and that they have had the opportunity to get a great educ...
Letters • Published Oct 11, 2023 09 am

Will Be an Asset

I am excited to support Jack Cardello as a candidate for the Old Saybrook Board of Education. I have had the pleasure of knowing Jack personally for almost a decade as ou...
Letters • Published Oct 11, 2023 09 am

Important to the Vitality and Sustainability

Old Saybrook voters know children enrolled in a good public school system are important to the vitality and sustainability of our community. On Tuesday, Nov. 7, voters wi...
Letters • Published Oct 11, 2023 09 am

Better When We Work Together

My name is Laura Gray, and I am running for a seat on the Zoning Commission. The Zoning Commission regulates land use and enforces its regulations for the protection of p...
Letters • Published Oct 04, 2023 09 am

A Brighter Future

I will be voting for the Republican slate of Old Saybrook candidates on Nov. 7 because the Republicans have a proven track record and vision for the future that bodes wel...
Letters • Published Oct 04, 2023 09 am

Great Perspective

I am writing in support of Mark Caldarella for the Zoning Commission in the town of Old Saybrook. Mark is an experienced Zoning Commissioner, having served eight years as...
Letters • Published Oct 04, 2023 09 am

Deserves Your Consideration

I support Earl Swain for Old Saybrook Board of Education. I have known Earl Swain for over 10 years. He is the chef of my catering business, Cloud Nine. Earl is a lifelon...
Letters • Published Oct 04, 2023 09 am

Passionate About Impacting Our Community

I am Meghan Brady, writing to introduce myself as a Democratic candidate for the Old Saybrook Board of Finance. I grew up on the Connecticut shoreline and have always fel...
Letters • Published Oct 04, 2023 09 am

A Winning Combination

I am writing in support of the candidacy of Suzanne Sack, Nelson Rivera, and Jen Voegtli for the Regional School District 17 (RSD17) Board of Education (BOE). These candi...
Letters • Published Oct 04, 2023 09 am

Solicitude, Fairness, and Professionalism

I recommend Erin Colwell to Old Saybrook voters as a candidate for the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA). In addition to low taxes and picturesque shoreline views, Erin belie...