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A ‘giant pit’?   Jul 4, 2015
A letter by Barry Eichenauer (R-J, 7-1) posed, “Who asked for a giant pit in the middle of town when the flooding problem could have … more ...
A portrait of service   Jun 30, 2015
Recently, Mike Rohde was honored with a portrait in Meriden City Hall for his years of consecutive service in elective office to that city. Mike … more ...
Has it been eight years already? How time flies when you are having fun and, believe me when I tell you, if you are lucky … more ...
The article in last Sunday’s Record-Journal concerning Choate Rosemary Hall School’s tax-exempt status was no doubt prompted by the proposal to swap their two-acre boathouse … more ...
The satirical poet Juvenal was the first to coin the term “bread and circuses” to describe how Roman rulers around 140 B.C. would provide cheap … more ...
The budget narrowly passed by the General Assembly is not a tax break for the middle class. Rather it is a damaging tax hike, that’s … more ...
Have you ever been chased by a black bear? I never have and NEVER want to be. Yet a black bear chased two individual runners … more ...
After 18 years of flying under the radar, Oakdale’s noise levels are now under close scrutiny because some neighbors have complained about excessive noise. Town … more ...
When inventorying my last several column submissions, I noticed a preponderance of subject matter decrying either government intrusion or government ineptness, primarily at the state … more ...
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“Sir, you do know you are trespassing, don’t you?” I was sitting on the bank of the Quinnipiac River along with R-J photographer Justin Weekes, … more ...
While other factors have significance, quality of life issues are the most important factors residents and businesses weigh when determining whether to relocate to or … more ...
Column: Memorial Day   May 19, 2015
“Saving Private Ryan” is arguably the finest, most authentic, and most compelling war movie of our time. I urge you to see it ahead of … more ...
If you think that this past year’s harsh winter had an impact on the infamous Lyme ticks in our area, think again. They are back, … more ...
Oakdale Theater agreed in 1989 to specific conditions when it asked the Planning and Zoning Commission for a special permit in order to expand its … more ...
Last year, the Connecticut Supreme Court overturned some 20 years of Freedom of Information law when it concluded that police departments need only disclose a … more ...
On this Mother’s Day, I’d like to share some of my memories of my Mom, Jean Roberts, who left this world of ours with a … more ...
As we watch the unsettling series of events unfolding in Baltimore, many are following closely the news surrounding the recent death of Freddie Gray from … more ...
This column is a follow-up to Mike Brodinsky’s (R-J, 3-22) concerning how the Wallingford Public Utilities Commission is approaching the problem of huge amounts of … more ...
The words “change” and “healthcare” have practically become synonymous. From national policy to state legislation, change is everywhere in my beloved profession. My colleagues and … more ...
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