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Showing 12/9/2017 to 9/16/2017

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Let’s have fun, be civil

“Point of parliamentary procedure” – to quote Otter from the National Lampoon’s Animal House character. Perhaps I can suggest... (Read more)

12 / 9 / 2017

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GOP tax plan part of relentless class warfare

To the editor: The current tax plan being discussed by corporate employees in Congress, otherwise known as elected officials,... (Read more)

12 / 4 / 2017

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Save the Children with a Thanksgiving tradition anew

This year even before daylight saving time ended a barrage of merchandise catalogs began their annual descent on my... (Read more)

11 / 26 / 2017

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A message of Thanksgiving

In a time of political turmoil and general social unrest, it may seem difficult to offer thanks for what... (Read more)

11 / 26 / 2017

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Be thankful for Norwalk news reporter

To the Editor: What a year it’s been. As we enjoy our Thanksgiving weekend, there’s so much to be grateful... (Read more)

11 / 23 / 2017

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Pivot?

Early October, the Saudi monarch, King Salman bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, recently made his first trip to Russia.  According... (Read more)

11 / 12 / 2017

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Election audit observers needed

When you cast your vote, do you ever wonder whether it’s being accurately counted? The League of Women Voters... (Read more)

11 / 11 / 2017

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Opinion: My economic plan is essential for Norwalk

NancyOnNorwalk reached out to State Rep. Bruce Morris, who fell short Tuesday in his bid to become Norwalk’s next... (Read more)

11 / 9 / 2017

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Disney is insulting Norwalk

Updated, 1:36 p.m.: Letter edited at author’s request. Ok, I have had enough. I started watching the new Disney’s... (Read more)

11 / 7 / 2017

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Why not Lisa?

It’s time for something new for Norwalk. Harry Rilling has had a good career in Norwalk and long run... (Read more)

11 / 4 / 2017

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Youth Services, the YMCA, and the future of youth programs in Norwalk

In recent weeks, our Mayor has mentioned that there are discussions about bringing a new YMCA to Norwalk. It... (Read more)

10 / 31 / 2017

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Rilling’s 2013 statements a reason to vote Brinton

Due to an editing error, this letter did not post properly on Oct. 31. NancyOnNorwalk apologizes for any confusion.... (Read more)

10 / 31 / 2017

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Women are underrepresented; vote for Lisa Brinton

This November, there will be a total of 16 seats to fill among the Common Council and the Mayor.... (Read more)

10 / 31 / 2017

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Vote for O’Toole Giandurco in District D

We want to thank and acknowledge Mrs. Shannon O’Toole Giandurco for all of her hard work and dedication to our... (Read more)

10 / 30 / 2017

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U.S. leaders should not strike North Korea

Wilton Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends-Quakers of Wilton Connecticut urges U.S. leaders to resist any temptation... (Read more)

10 / 29 / 2017

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Opinion: Bipartisan budget approved; Norwalk ECS funding intact

Today the Connecticut Legislature finally passed a State budget. I voted Yes. With the House vote at 126-23 and... (Read more)

10 / 26 / 2017

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The bar and the driving range

“The candidates were asked what improvements they’d recommend to  …the Oak Hills Park Authority,” Nancy on Norwalk reported. And Common... (Read more)

10 / 26 / 2017

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A Dedicated partner for East Norwalk’s future

As we head into Election Day this year, it should be noted that East Norwalk is facing a number... (Read more)

10 / 25 / 2017

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Why we see need to change mayors on Nov. 7

Do we want to continue with a mayor who appears to be substantially financed by non-Norwalk residents, attorneys, contractors... (Read more)

10 / 22 / 2017

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Responsible representation for District C

Time and again in recent years, our Council has been asked to approve items for which the impacts were... (Read more)

10 / 22 / 2017

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A friendly reminder regarding the Comment Guidelines

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never... (Read more)

10 / 20 / 2017

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Malloy’s handmaidens

Norwalk has a problem with its representation up there in Hartford, where state laws are made.  Apart from a... (Read more)

10 / 19 / 2017

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Ask me another…

Okay, it should be pretty clear that “Ask John” is a successful and worthwhile use of the Nancy On... (Read more)

10 / 15 / 2017

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Charter Revision: Why Norwalk needs Lisa Brinton

  Norwalk needs Municipal reform.  We may not realize it, but we can see it every time we drive... (Read more)

10 / 12 / 2017

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America needs gun control

Enough is enough! The death rates from gun violence in the U.S. is unparalleled and unpardonable. It is a... (Read more)

10 / 3 / 2017

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Palace Purge II

My previous column, intimating that Stephen Bannon was not fired but purged by representatives of the Military-Industrial Complex —... (Read more)

10 / 1 / 2017

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Norwalk: Pot City?

Bill Dunne is a Republican candidate for Council member at-large. Something happened recently that is potentially bad for Norwalk’s... (Read more)

9 / 24 / 2017

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Rilling’s ‘assistant’ is more effective than he is

What does our mayor do all day? After a few recent letters I have read, the thought popped into... (Read more)

9 / 18 / 2017

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Thank you, Norwalk

It was a very difficult decision not to run for re-election this year. So many people helped me during... (Read more)

9 / 17 / 2017

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SoNoCC had an amazing year

The South Norwalk Community Center is taking a look back at a year filled with excitement, change, and new... (Read more)

9 / 16 / 2017

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