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    Friday, February 03, 2023
    Letters To The Editor
    Friday, February 03, 2023
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    YOUR LETTERS

    The Connecticut Port Authority has been in the pages of The Day a lot lately, and not, generally, for happy reasons. Its decisions are frequently faulted, and the word sc...
    I listened to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists’ announcement that their Doomsday Clock has moved to 90 seconds to midnight - 10 seconds closer to world catastrophe. It i...
    How did the Republican Party on L.I. allow a serial liar to run for office? How was it missed? The Day's editorial cartoon on "Santos" Saturday reminded me of how importa...
    Another death by police officers. Who are they? Do they have families, children, wives, girlfriends? They have destroyed a young man and his family. They have destroyed t...
    It is no secret that the developer cut most of the woody vegetation at 16 Smith Street without a permit. Wetlands Enforcement Officer Candace Palmer stopped them just bef...
    The Norwich Auto Aid vote on Feb. 1 is a direct result of Joe DeLucia causing a division between the volunteer and paid fire departments. Joe is oblivious regarding fire ...
    Recently the Norwich City Council passed ordinance 1832 along party lines by the Democratic majority on the council after being vehemently opposed by numerous taxpayers a...
    289 words - L.B. After reading the letter, “The tragic case of Ashley Babbitt,” (Jan. 10), I could not believe our country had allowed this. The fact that this girl was ...
    I wrote a letter to the editor back March 18, 2019 about the wrong-way driver situation. I was hoping that things would have gotten better with technology over the years,...
    I rarely read Chris Powell’s opinion pieces that appear far too often in The Day. I did read, “Rent limits would only worsen housing shortage,” (Jan. 24), but I do not kn...
    Regarding a letter on January 24 From Raymond Han criticizing “our newspaper,” I suggest you send him a copy of the insert of last week (Community Impact 2022) telling al...
    New London is a city with an abundance of talented young artists that receive little financial support and have few opportunities to create public works. And while we sho...

    MORE LETTERS

    In Norwich on Feb. 1, fatigued voters will be forced to the polls for a fire service vote that no one wanted but a few questionable coerced petitioners. I mean no offense...
    Recent reports have claimed that food shortages at local supermarkets are to be expected nationwide in the near future due to weather anomalies such as droughts in some p...
    Governor Lamont’s proposed gun legislation to ban open carry handguns will do nothing to reduce gun violence, “Lamont’s gun proposal falls flat for some, praised by other...
    My dear friend and colleague Virginia “Ginny” Mabesoone died on Jan. 12, 2023, at the age of 75. Ginny was the first Backus Hospital nurse to welcome me in 1985, an impos...
    I write in response to the article, “St. Bernard School to be sold to fund Norwich Diocese bankruptcy,” (Jan. 18). I was disheartened, although not surprised, to learn th...
    Congratulations to Mike DiMauro on his very poignant and truthful column on “baseball recruiting.” Every point and example that DiMauro made reflects the situation as it...
    Pequot River? Renaming the Thames River the Pequot River is foolish, a needless make-work project and somewhat unpatriotic, “New London representative’s bill would rename...
    I got my morning paper, and it made me think about a past opinion item (Give me old things for the new year: paper maps and pay phones). As one who agrees with most of it...
    A recent article reported a significant increase in fentanyl deaths in New York City. Not mentioned in the article was any reference to the significant increase in fentan...
    The Day’s choices for the opinion page on MLK Day were all outstanding. Somehow I missed Democratic Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries “alphabet speech.” Thank you for print...
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