BETHEL: "I can only shake my head that the vocal minority of the town see it necessary to try and save the old town hall building but mostly let this building come down without a fight. Also, I refuse to agree with the idea that people only pay attention to their own era. Bethel does have a historical society which is always having events and has open doors for new members who want to learn and help. The key - make people see the excitement of history. But even so - whether or not one has the ability to see the historical aspect of this building, there's an even better reason to not tear it down... Because it is beautiful. On occasion I can understand tearing down the old... but there is no justification for destroying something beautiful." wrote this in response to the .
NORWALK: "Here, here! GMO foods should be labeled as such. Humans are not a science experiment!" wrote this in response to an article about an event attended by elected officials in support of the .
WESTON-REDDING-EASTON: "This is small potatoes. Why should rising gas prices result in increased revenue for the state? Shouldn't all the gas taxes be based on gallons instead of dollars? I have no control over the price of gas but I do have (some) control over how many gallons I use." wrote this in response to news that the for all gas sold at a wholesale price over $3 per gallon.
WESTPORT: "I am in tears after reading this. I also have a nephew - sweet, kind, shy, easy laugh - who is loved TOTALLY by his family but who struggled academically and socially. Very painful to watch. he has one friendship that has lasted over several years and the boys enjoy snowboarding, mountain biking and skateboarding. I hope Jessie finds at least one true, good friend also. What a treasure that is. My nephew's struggles have reminded me to value my friends and family." wrote this in response to an opinion piece by Heather Borden Herve about her .