Sunday, January 24, 2021

Clinton Letters

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

A Place for Kids

I am a sophomore at The Morgan School and have been hanging out at Peter’s Complex and the skatepark with my friends since I was in middle school. There are always many kids skating or...

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

The Debris Battle of 2018

Have you wondered where the “Old Morgan” debris was going? It might’ve been dumped and sorted here in Clinton if it were not for the fantastic work of a few who knew how...

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

Harbor News Chose Hyperbole

As editor it should be your responsibility to rein in your writers if they engage in reckless hyperbole, especially in regard to the present situation. In the Dec. 31, 2020 issue, on page 3 you...

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Letters • Published Dec. 09, 2020 07 a.m.

Activity and Progress

Even though I drive down Route 81 frequently, I continue to be stunned by the activity and progress at the Old Morgan site, soon to be Indian River Landing. If you infrequently go this way, I...

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

Caring and Sharing

Being from Families Helping Families, I’m not surprised by this, because I live in Clinton. Three years ago, Families Helping Families started a program called The Full Thanksgiving Table...

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Letters • Published Nov. 11, 2020 08 a.m.

Predators Are Thriving

I’ve noticed in the last few months signs being posted in the area of Nod Road, Airline Road, River Road, and Boulder Lake area of Clinton pertaining to missing pets, mostly cats. One night ...

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

Dedication and Hard Work

Having grown up in Connecticut and raising a family in Clinton where I have resided for the last 20 years, I have come to realize that we are all truly blessed to be able to call this beautiful...

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

Good Common Sense

I’m one of those who just want to live my life and let the politicians run the government, but it’s becoming apparent that the pool of capable representatives is diminishing. So, for ...

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

Forward-Thinking Vision

I am excited about Christine Goupil running for state representative in the 35th District as I’m confident she will bring the same leadership, energy, and “getting things...

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

Made Things Happen

With great enthusiasm, I am voting for Christine Goupil to be our 35th District state representative. Having observed Christine for several years, I am impressed by her leadership skills.As ...

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

Provide Real Options

There’s a new high school program gaining traction in Clinton and nationwide called STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). It’s a plan to remedy the decades old...

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

Ready to Serve

Christine Goupil is ready to serve. While listening to her talk with voters, I have been struck by the easy familiarity she has with all of the processes and procedures needed to get things done....

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

An Added Bonus

I am writing to support John May, the Green Party’s candidate for House General Assembly District 35 (Clinton, Killingworth, and part of Westbrook).To my mind, John May represents...

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

A Proven Record

Sometimes state elections get overlooked in the wake of momentous federal elections, but that is a mistake. When federal policies fail us, the state governments of our nation can provide a...

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

Tradition of Community Service

Thanks go to John Hall, who stepped up for our 35th District (including northern Westbrook, Clinton, and Killingworth) state representative seat in the upcoming election on Nov. 3. He has...

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

A More Equitable State

Every registered voter should be able to cast their ballots no matter the situation. Previously Connecticut has held very tight restrictions on eligibility for absentee voting and, perhaps after...

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

Some Fresh Thinking

It’s time for a new state representative for District 35, representing Clinton, Killingworth, and northern Westbrook. That person is Clintonite John May, the Green Party candidate. The two...

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

Make It Happen

I am writing this letter in support of John May for 35th District state representative. I am an unaffiliated voter and have chosen to support John because of his passion to create a strong...

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

Respects the Working Family

I am endorsing John Hall for state representative for the 35th District. John is a practical man with good sound common sense. He is the president of Artech Water Systems and the owner of Maple...

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

A Refreshing Perspective

Here in the 35th District this coming November, we are very fortunate to have a third party from which to choose! Many of us have been longing for choices outside of the two-party system....

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

Focus on Economic Development

In these final weeks before the election, I wanted to share why I firmly believe that we should elect Christine Goupil, an experienced and dedicated public servant, to be our next state...

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

Vocal and Strong

In the years that I have known Christine Goupil, I have seen how the idea of inclusion and equity are always a top priority for her. She fights not only for the health and wellbeing of our seniors ...

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

What We Need

It’s no secret that affordable childcare is hard to attain for many Connecticut residents. This is not new issue; it’s something we have faced for a very long time without resolution....

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

A Refreshing Alternative

John May’s foresight, awareness, and listening skills are qualities of servant leadership. This is rare today and John’s foundation that supports his passion to advance STEM and...

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Letters • Published Oct. 14, 2020 08 a.m.

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