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Letters to the Editor

  • An Honor

    To the Editor: I’m writing to say thank you to the folks who took a few minutes to cast their vote and elect me for a second term on the Legislative Council representing District 1.

  • Above And Beyond

    To the Editor: Congratulations to all our candidates who stepped up and ran for office. We all know the challenges that face us ahead and are united in the goal that we want to be a part of the betterment of our town.

  • A Successful Open House

    To The Editor: The Sandy Hook Fire & Rescue Company's Ladies Auxiliary open house on Tuesday November 12th was a great success. I wanted to thank all the ladies who took the time came out and attended our event. And for all the help that was given by o...

  • Involvement Is Important

    To the Editor: I am writing to thank the voters of District 2 for their support in the election last week. I am grateful you have voted to have me represent you as one of the four people on the Legislative Council for your district. We have a particularly challenging two years ahead of us. Rising taxes, and decreasing revenue from the state and other sources are the biggest issues. How we deal with them will help shape the future of Newtown. Supporting our children and families as they continue to recover from last years shooting at Sandy Hook School must remain in the front of our minds. Finding a way to support our largest growing demographic, our seniors, must be addressed.

  • Newtown’s Best Interest

    To the Editor: I would like to say thank you to all the voters in Newtown that came to the polls to vote, especially the voters in District 3 for reelecting me to serve as your representative.

  • Meeting The Needs Of District 3

    To the Editor: I would like to thank the voters in District 3 for allowing me the privilege of representing their interests on the Legislative Council.

  • Thanks To The Voters

    To the Editor: I would like to say thank you to all of the voters who came out to the polls on Election Day, November 5th. I am especially honored to be elected to the Planning & Zoning Commission as an alternate and look forward to working with all of the commission members.

  • The Importance Of Facts And Common Sense

    To the Editor: I would like to thank Newtown for granting me the opportunity to continue serving on our Legislative Council. I appreciate the support from the District 3 voters, and I look forward to helping our town prosper and grow. Whereas serving as an un-elected official this past year has been a challenging experience, it has primarily been immensely rewarding. I am grateful to be able continue in this role as an elected official.

  • Honored To Serve

    To the Editor: I am writing to thank all of the voters of Newtown who voted for me last week. It will be a pleasure to serve all of you for the next two years. I believe we are at a critical time in our community where we have the ability to work closely together across party lines to be the leaders in our state and across the country by creating a model of fiscal responsibility, social communication and transparency.

  • Library Board Needs To Come Out In The Open

    To the Editor: I am writing this letter to let the C.H. Booth Board of Trustees know that we are still watching and to encourage others in town to continue to do just that. Since September 16th, we've heard little or nothing about the plans of the board to create a search committee and hopefully to use an inclusive search process to find a new library director. I believe that to regain the trust of the community, the board will need to break their habit of secrecy and be more forthcoming with information. I recommend that updates be regularly posted in The Newtown Bee and on the Booth webpage and that minutes be more accurate and detailed.