"I am tired of picking up Newport cigarette packs, Fast Food bags, Dunkin' Donuts napkins, Junk Food wrappers, Beer Cans, and Lottery Tickets from my front lawn. How does it get there? Out of Car Windows. Blight is one thing- the enormous litter problem is another." is among the asking residents and business owners to keep their properties clean and green.
"Enough, burn down these two dumps and let the fire department watch until they're two piles of ashes." That's take on the oft-debated fate of two historic structures in town, which stands in stark contrast to who says, "I would like to see it all back in working order and envision the buildings being used in a variety of ways: wedding receptions, corporate events, field trips, concerts, etc."
"...this is a perfect example of why I will ALWAYS advocate for the privilege of my child to have their phone with them at school. A mass phone call from the superintendent is helpful, but nothing, NOTHING can replace the feeling of sheer thankfulness and peace when a parent receives a text from their child during times like these saying, 'I'm ok, mom.'" , the mother of an eighth grader at Harborside Middle School, says this in response to news that
"Nice, very nice. This is a class act vehicle for current and accurate information." offers a compliment to Ron DeRosa for being one of from the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists.