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  • From the Chairman of the Country Club of Woodbridge Commission

    It’s not often that an asset of the town of Woodbridge gets press in a national publication but there was ...

    It’s not often that an asset of the town of Woodbridge gets press in a national publication but there was an article about the Country Club of Woodbridge on December 10th in Golf Digest. It was writte ...

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  • Thank You From Community Services

    The Holiday Programs for The Orange Community Services takes place every Thanksgiving and Christmas and, ...

    The Holiday Programs for The Orange Community Services takes place every Thanksgiving and Christmas and, as usual, we are so grateful to all the wonderful people who participated, donated food, basket ...

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  • Reader Responds to Column

    I write to respond to the “From Across The Aisle” column by Maria Cruz Kayne of Friday January 15, 2016 I ...

    I write to respond to the “From Across The Aisle” column by Maria Cruz Kayne of Friday January 15, 2016 In 2011 the town purchased, at great expense, a recreational property with improvements (the Woo ...

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  • Thank You to All for Your Generosity

    Thanks to the generosity and support from the community, the holidays were made brighter for Woodbridge s ...

    Thanks to the generosity and support from the community, the holidays were made brighter for Woodbridge seniors and families who received food baskets and gifts. The Staff of the Human Services Depart ...

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  • An Open Letter to the Town of Woodbridge

    It is my opinion, formed from attending and viewing the various meetings of the board of selectmen, finan ...

    It is my opinion, formed from attending and viewing the various meetings of the board of selectmen, finance board, and other boards and committees responsible for the ultimate fate of the Country Club ...

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  • Chilly Chili Run

    To the editor, The 2016 People’s United Bank Chilly Chili Run, to benefit the Amity Teen Center, on New Y ...

    To the editor, The 2016 People’s United Bank Chilly Chili Run, to benefit the Amity Teen Center, on New Year’s Day in Orange was a huge success! Over 600 runners and walkers came out to do the 5K (3.1 ...

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  • Assign a Designated Driver

    Dear Editor, From office parties to neighborhood gatherings, it’s the most wonderful time of the year to ...

    Dear Editor, From office parties to neighborhood gatherings, it’s the most wonderful time of the year to spend time with co-workers, family and friends. With the season of celebrations well under way, ...

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  • A Seventh Option is Needed in the CCW Debate

    During the October 28, 2015 Board of Selectmen’s meeting, six options for the future of the Country Club ...

    During the October 28, 2015 Board of Selectmen’s meeting, six options for the future of the Country Club of Woodbridge property were discussed amongst Board members of both parties. Options ranged fro ...

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  • Scalettar Has Promoted Open Government

    My name is Paul Kuriakose. My family and I have lived in Woodbridge for roughly 5 years. Ellen Scalettar ...

    My name is Paul Kuriakose. My family and I have lived in Woodbridge for roughly 5 years. Ellen Scalettar has done more to promote open government in Woodbridge than any First Selectman in memory, and ...

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  • A Heartfelt Thank You

    On October 22nd, Woodbridge Senior Center, Youth Services, and Amity High School sponsored a “Generations ...

    On October 22nd, Woodbridge Senior Center, Youth Services, and Amity High School sponsored a “Generations of Culture” Program bringing together students and older adults for an intergenerational inter ...

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  • Weiner Error Brings Back Bitter Memories

    To the Editor, A minor mishap at a recent Woodbridge Board of Selectmen meeting brought back bitter memor ...

    To the Editor, A minor mishap at a recent Woodbridge Board of Selectmen meeting brought back bitter memories. First, here’s what happened: The selectmen met with finance board members on September 29 ...

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  • First Selectman Needs to Do More

    Letter to the Editor, Honest mistake or not, the failure to give public notice of the September 29 Joint ...

    Letter to the Editor, Honest mistake or not, the failure to give public notice of the September 29 Joint Special Meeting of the Woodbridge Board of Selectmen and the Board of Finance to review the his ...

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  • Focus on People, Not Politics

    Dear Editor: On September 24, First Selectman Ellen Scalettar held a Woodbridge community meeting to addr ...

    Dear Editor: On September 24, First Selectman Ellen Scalettar held a Woodbridge community meeting to address several areas of concern to residents in the neighborhood generally referred to as The Flat ...

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  • Be Safe on Halloween

    Dear Editor: For adults, Halloween has become one of the most anticipated nights of the year. It’s the pe ...

    Dear Editor: For adults, Halloween has become one of the most anticipated nights of the year. It’s the perfect opportunity to enjoy the great fall weather and spend time with friends before the holida ...

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  • Committee Chair Offers Insights

    To the editor, I am thankful that the Board of Selectmen and Board of Finance will be considering the fut ...

    To the editor, I am thankful that the Board of Selectmen and Board of Finance will be considering the future of the Country Club of Woodbridge property. The Special Meeting of the two boards on Septem ...

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  • Venue, Notification for “Flats” Meeting Inadequate

    To the editor, On Thursday evening, September 24th First Selectman Ellen Scalettar held a community meeti ...

    To the editor, On Thursday evening, September 24th First Selectman Ellen Scalettar held a community meeting for residents of Lower Woodbridge, historically known as the “Flats”. Unfortunately, a numbe ...

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  • Wick Calls for Bipartisanship Spirit of Cooperation & Respect

    How interesting that my previous letter to the editor – a call for consensus building and bipartisanship ...

    How interesting that my previous letter to the editor – a call for consensus building and bipartisanship on the evenly divided Woodbridge Board of Selectmen – has provoked such a tantrum from Board of ...

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  • Republican Selectmen Respond to Scalettar Letter

    To the Editor: First Selectman Scalettar’s recent letter to the editor entitled “Republicans Continue to ...

    To the Editor: First Selectman Scalettar’s recent letter to the editor entitled “Republicans Continue to Misinform” (Woodbridge Town News, July 31, 2015) demands a response. Ms. Scalettar claims Repub ...

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  • Celebrate Labor Day Responsibly

    Dear Editor: The arrival of Labor Day weekend is a time to relax, take a trip, and toast to the end of su ...

    Dear Editor: The arrival of Labor Day weekend is a time to relax, take a trip, and toast to the end of summer, or all three. Many adults will choose to celebrate the holiday with alcohol, so it’s impo ...

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  • From Our Readers: Finance Chairman Responds to Wick

    When I saw that Cathy Wick had submitted a letter, I was assuming that she was responding to my letter wh ...

    When I saw that Cathy Wick had submitted a letter, I was assuming that she was responding to my letter which stated that Moody’s Investors had reaffirmed the Town of Woodbridge Aaa bond rating and pra ...

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