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Outdated website Editor: The City of Meriden’s website contains a section devoted to minutes and agendas. Despite being placed prominently in the lower left side … more ...
Elected registrars Editor: Fair elections are essential to a functioning democracy. Unfortunately, recent blunders have given the citizens of Connecticut reason to question the integrity … more ...
Sports Editor: Enjoyed your articles on the Meriden Sports Reunion dinner. However, I can’t believe in this day and age that they don’t allow women … more ...
Amazing job Editor: I want to give a “shout out” to Meriden’s Platt High School students who performed in the musical “Once on This Island,” … more ...
‘Make-a-Wish’ Editor: This “thank you” letter goes out to everyone who had any part in the send-off for our grandson Ryan’s “Make-A-Wish,” on Feb. 28. … more ...
‘Tarnished silver’ Editor: A few thoughts on some recent happenings in the Silver City. What’s with the “oral evaluations” of Meriden department heads, and then … more ...
Sober homes Editor: Wallingford, Southington get new restaurants — Meriden gets a new sober houses. Our federal and state politicians have turned a blind eye … more ...
Sober homes Editor: At a time when there is allegedly growing social awareness surrounding addiction and mental illness, the overwhelming opposition to the placement of … more ...
Frivolous Editor: The R-J article on 3-9 concerning a proposal for the town to purchase a private home to add to the Tyler Mill Preserve … more ...
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Distraught Editor: The City of Meriden has a heart. The plow — not the city truck, but an extra contractor — pushed the long, hill’s … more ...
Small amounts Editor: The proposed downtown shuttle is very commendable. However, since it will run every 12 minutes, I do not support spending $600 for … more ...
On thin ice Editor: When I was a kid, we always ice-skated at Hubbard Park when the ice was frozen. We could go into the … more ...
Good for all? Editor: It didn’t take long for the spin machine to come out in defense of the administration for cutting the fireworks (R-J … more ...
Meriden first Editor: I am writing in support of Kevin Scarpati and his campaign for mayor of Meriden. I have had the pleasure of working … more ...
Exciting times Editor: If you have an interest in national politics, as I do, this is an exciting time. With no incumbent heading into the … more ...
Doggone it! Editor: As I drove the streets around town recently, I was saddened. I must speak up, on behalf of dogs. There were five … more ...
Selfless dedication Editor: I regret that recent stories concerning legislation on grant accountability caused distress to Wallingford Cemetery Association’s president Peter Gouveia, who I respect … more ...
Familiar ring  Editor: Watching President Obama’s “State of the Union” address, I noticed that, at the end, he got a standing ovation from Democrats and Republicans … more ...
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