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Lot’s of good stuff in Norwalk

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To the Editor:

There’s a lot of good stuff going on!

There are certainly many areas in town that we are all aware of that remain eyesores and are “WORKS IN PROGRESS,” but Norwalkers have much to be proud of.

Forget politics for awhile and take a drive around the city.

People are involved and taking pride and responsibility for our town.

Norwalk has it all.

Beaches for beach goers, marinas and a boat launch for boaters, parks of every description for picnicking, walking trails and outdoor activities, an amazing fishing pier, a skateboard park, softball and baseball fields, go cart racing, tennis courts, ice skating, a world class aquarium and children’s museum, terrific restaurants and Oak Hills, the most beautiful public golf course in the state.

Norwalk is second to none in providing opportunities and quality facilities for all of its residents.

Special thanks to the Parks and Recreation team for the incredible job they do at Calf Pasture and Shady Beaches. They are among the most exquisitely maintained and planted in the state.

Kudos to the Customer Service Department for their responsiveness to residents’ needs.

From one end of town to the other, there are traffic Islands that have been adopted and are beautifully planted and cared for by residents and local businesses.

Locals can be seen taking walks and picking up trash and helping to keep their neighborhoods clean and attractive.

I’m proud to be a Norwalker and have family and friends visit from out of town.

Steve Wallerstein

4 comments

Tish Gibbs July 27, 2015 at 5:24 pm

A lot of work went into those beautifully landscaped traffic islands and you’re the one who organized it, Steve. Thanks!

We visited all the beaches from Greenwich (which we couldn’t get into) to Bridgeport and Norwalk’s is the nicest and best maintained. Thanks parks and rec.

Sarah Mann July 27, 2015 at 6:39 pm

Thanks for reminding us of all that we have to be thankful for in Norwalk. Too often we get caught up in all of the nonsense. Thanks to all of those that work for DPW and Parks and Rec. Keep up the work!

dawn July 28, 2015 at 8:19 am

we were at the movie at the beach this weekend.
Thanks to NoN for the reminder.
It was great fun, the kids were more than entertained.

Christine M. July 28, 2015 at 9:20 am

Not to mention a free concert somewhere in Norwalk almost every night of the week, as well as the monthly car shows at the beach.

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