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I should like to make an observation on the condition of the roads in New London. Most of the main thoroughfares in New London are in reasonable good condition with the glaring exception of the city-owned portion of Ocean Avenue between Niles...
A living wage for anyone who is willing to work is important. We don't get to choose how smart we are, or what social class we're born into, but we can certainly all choose to be productive or be lazy in our own ways. No one deserves to suffer...
There is not a big increase in North Stonington's budget this year, but it may be a year of accountability. I am asking every taxpayer to review the proposed budget and see where and how our tax dollars are being spent. Are there some groups and...
In light of what's transpired over the last several months with civil unrest, and protests that were far from peaceful, you would think the last thing on President Obama's mind would be to take away the tools so vital to police in these...
Our civilization is facing a major crisis. Our national, state and local governments are facing larger debits than ever before. The problem is being overlooked by legislators. The problem is the tax code. When humans worked and got paid for...
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