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Shelton Candidate: What I Learned Knocking On Doors

by Kevin Kosty | Letter to the Editor | Nov 3, 2017 11:51 am | Comments (0)

I’m Kevin Kosty, and I’m making my first campaign ever running for Alderman in Shelton.

When I was preparing to go door-to-door, Jack Finn told me that you do it with two ears and one mouth.

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Garofalo: I Stand By My Record As Derby Town Clerk

by Marc Garofalo | Letter to the Editor | Nov 3, 2017 11:34 am | Comments (0)

I write to respectfully ask for your vote to re-elect me as your Town/City Clerk.

I am a proud graduate of the Derby Public School and earned a BS in Finance from Quinnipiac University.

My graduate studies were completed at the University of New Haven with an MBA and a Master of Public Administration.

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Letter: Dugatto Has The Experience, Dedication Derby Needs

by Laura Brezina | Letter to the Editor | Nov 3, 2017 10:58 am | Comments (0)

I have been the head of the Derby Cultural Commission for a few years. I was not going to write anything because most know how I feel, however I had to speak up for a few reasons.

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Letter: Team Cassetti Misrepresenting Facts On School Funding

by Vincent Scarlata | Letter To The Editor | Nov 3, 2017 10:44 am | Comments (0)

It’s unfortunate that an administration desperate to stay in office is irresponsible enough to misrepresent figures to try crediting themselves unduly!

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McLiverty: History Shows Derby Succeeds When People Work Together

by Keith McLiverty | Letter to the Editor | Nov 3, 2017 10:31 am | Comments (0)

One of the greatest things anyone can do is give back to their community. Use your skills, education, experiences, and passion for your city and serve. Another great honor is having others support you in this role.

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Waugh: My Goal Is To Make Government More Accessible

by Janet Vitarius Waugh | Letter To The Editor | Nov 3, 2017 9:37 am | Comments (0)

I am Janet Vitarius Waugh, Town and City Clerk for Ansonia Connecticut. I am running for re-election as the Republican candidate on November 7, 2017 and I am proud to be a part of Mayor David S. Cassetti’s Team.

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Wabno: I’ll Restore Honor, Commitment To Derby Town Clerk Position

by Laura Wabno | Letter to the Editor | Nov 2, 2017 10:15 pm | Comments (0)

My name is Laura Wabno and I am running for Town/City Clerk of Derby on Nov. 7.

I previously served as Derby’s Clerk from 2005-2013. Like my predecessors Marion Malloy, Barbara Moore, and Joan Williamson, I believe the position of Town Clerk is one that should be treated with dedication and commitment.

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Letter: Vote Kurtyka For Derby Board Of Ed

by Camille Grande Kurtyka | Letter to the Editor | Nov 2, 2017 7:51 pm | Comments (0)

I am writing this letter to ask the Voters of Derby for their support on Election Day for George F. Kurtyka, who has served on the Board of Education since 2009 when he was appointed to fill an unexpired term.

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Resident: We Need More Elected Officials Like Tickey

by Jeannette Schiffer | Letter to the Editor | Nov 2, 2017 4:47 pm | Comments (0)

I’ve lived in Shelton for 25 years and I work at Shelton High School in the cafeteria.

You may have seen my co-workers and I at a back-to-school night with leaflets or picketing last week in front of SunnySide School.

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Cafeteria Worker: Insurance Plan Is Deliberately Pricey

by Lillian Bartomeli | Letter to the Editor | Nov 2, 2017 4:35 pm | Comments (0)

Five years ago, I came home from my job as the lead worker in Shelton’s SunnySide School cafeteria and got one of the worst phone calls of my life. My son’s doctor called and told us that they had found a mass and he needed surgery to remove it.

We scheduled the operation as soon as possible.

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