Category: Letters to the Editor

Letter:  Wilton is Worth Saving

Letter: Wilton is Worth Saving

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To the Editor: Wilton has a lot to lose in Hartford’s effort to end its local control of its schools. Today, it is ranked as one of the very best (top 10) districts in the state on a number of criteria including the best teachers, the best places to teach, and the safest schools. Acad ...
Wilton Chamber Grateful for Winter Carnival Support

Wilton Chamber Grateful for Winter Carnival Support

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To the Editor: On Sunday, Jan. 27, the Wilton Chamber of Commerce held it’s second annual Winter Carnival. The Chamber is very thankful to all who contributed to the great success of the event. A special thank-you to Carol Johnson and Fairfield County Bank for her vision and their sup ...
Letter:  Democrats Seek Volunteers for Town Boards

Letter: Democrats Seek Volunteers for Town Boards

Ross Tartell
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To the Editors: The Wilton Democratic Nominating Committee would like to hear from any Wilton resident who is a Democrat or unaffiliated, and who is interested in serving on the: Building Inspectors Board of Appeals Board of Assessment Appeal Alternates Constable Conserv ...
Public Invited to POCD Survey Review

Public Invited to POCD Survey Review

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To the Editor: As part of its continuing update of the 2019-2029 Plan of Conservation and Development, the Wilton Planning and Zoning Commission invites the community to its next POCD Public Workshop at Trackside Teen Center this Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019, at 7 p.m., to discuss the 2018 ...
Chamber Thankful for Holiday Stroll

Chamber Thankful for Holiday Stroll

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To the Editor: It was cold but clear so many people came to town to join in all the festivities made possible by the Wilton Chamber of Commerce, the Town of Wilton and the Kiwanis Club of Wilton. We thank First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice and Sarah Gioffre for all their efforts; the ...