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  • WCC Ad Hoc Committee Chair Sets the Record Straight

    My name is Carolyn Wolff and I was the Chairman of the Country Club of Woodbridge Ad Hoc Committee. The p ...

    My name is Carolyn Wolff and I was the Chairman of the Country Club of Woodbridge Ad Hoc Committee. The public recently received a letter from Cathy Wick about the issues surrounding the CCW and I am ...

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  • Campaigns Provide Insight to What Residents Can Expect

    On Monday voters will affix a ‘brand’ to Woodbridge and make a decision about how the town’s leadership w ...

    On Monday voters will affix a ‘brand’ to Woodbridge and make a decision about how the town’s leadership will be perceived and received for the next two years. The two campaigns provide keen insight in ...

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  • Town Needs to be a “No Spin Zone”

    Does the practice of “politics” excuse dishonesty? Toeing the party line should never justify shading the ...

    Does the practice of “politics” excuse dishonesty? Toeing the party line should never justify shading the truth, but it does in Woodbridge: The Democratic head of Town Plan and Zoning writes that Repu ...

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  • Woodbridge Businesses Thriving

    To the editor, As a business owner, town resident and member of the Woodbridge Economic Development Commi ...

    To the editor, As a business owner, town resident and member of the Woodbridge Economic Development Commission (EDC), I am thrilled to say how the Woodbridge business community is thriving in recent y ...

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  • Young Professionals Future in Doubt

    To the editor, Woodbridge has been a wonderful place to grow up. Our town has an excellent school system, ...

    To the editor, Woodbridge has been a wonderful place to grow up. Our town has an excellent school system, beautiful open spaces, and offers access to vibrant business and cultural hubs in New Haven an ...

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  • CCW Ad Hoc Committee Responds

    To the editor, We are writing as the Chair and Co-chair, respectively, of the Country Club of Woodbridge ...

    To the editor, We are writing as the Chair and Co-chair, respectively, of the Country Club of Woodbridge (CCW) Ad Hoc Committee appointed by our First Selectman, Ellen Scalettar. We were among the fac ...

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  • Kudos to Ellen on Grant Dollars

    Letter to the editor, First Selectman Ellen Scalettar, building on First Selectman Ed Sheehy efforts has ...

    Letter to the editor, First Selectman Ellen Scalettar, building on First Selectman Ed Sheehy efforts has gotten Woodbridge a $3 million grant to fund our micro-grid electric system. The grid will prov ...

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  • Voters Entitled to an Explanation

    To the editor, The Massaro Farm was a gift to Woodbridge, bequeathed by the Massaro family. Restored to p ...

    To the editor, The Massaro Farm was a gift to Woodbridge, bequeathed by the Massaro family. Restored to productivity, it continues giving residents a touchstone to the region’s agrarian past. I especi ...

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  • Candidates Facts on POCD Inaccurate

    To the editor, In a recent Letter by Spencer Rubin, Republican candidate for the Woodbridge Board of Zoni ...

    To the editor, In a recent Letter by Spencer Rubin, Republican candidate for the Woodbridge Board of Zoning Appeals (ZBOA), I have to assume he has not read the draft Plan of Conservation & Develo ...

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  • Town Finances are Fiscally Sound

    To the editor, One of the major issues that Connecticut residents face is the fiscal health of their loca ...

    To the editor, One of the major issues that Connecticut residents face is the fiscal health of their local government. Residents of Woodbridge can be confident that our town administration manages our ...

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  • Send a Message on May 4th

    To the editor, I am a lifelong resident of Woodbridge and in April of 2014,along with a few other civic-m ...

    To the editor, I am a lifelong resident of Woodbridge and in April of 2014,along with a few other civic-minded neighbors, I got involved in researching and trying to stop or modify the major construct ...

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  • Dismayed By Zoning Chairs' Endorsement

    To the editor, Woodbridge will be holding elections in early May to decide the administration of our town ...

    To the editor, Woodbridge will be holding elections in early May to decide the administration of our town for the next 2 years. It will be an opportunity for residents to voice their opinion on whethe ...

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  • Why Did Scalettar Shut Down Meeting?

    To the Editor: In response to First Selectman Ellen Scalettar’s recent column (Woodbridge Town News, Febr ...

    To the Editor: In response to First Selectman Ellen Scalettar’s recent column (Woodbridge Town News, February 27, 2015): Once again, a professional politician sidesteps an important question by answer ...

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  • To the editor, Sooner or later, Woodbridge will again face dangerous weather events. That’s why First Sel ...

    To the editor, Sooner or later, Woodbridge will again face dangerous weather events. That’s why First Selectman Ellen Scalettar’s leadership was so important in securing funds for a municipal electric ...

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  • Budget Actions in Response to Hard Times

    To the Editor, In February, Dr. Stella presented the proposed 2015-2016 budget to the WBOF (Woodbridge Bo ...

    To the Editor, In February, Dr. Stella presented the proposed 2015-2016 budget to the WBOF (Woodbridge Board of Finance) - WBOS (Woodbridge Board of Selectmen). The requested increase of about $400,00 ...

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  • Two Bills Deserve Your Attention

    To the Editor, There are 2 bills in the CT legislature labor committee that deserve our attention and act ...

    To the Editor, There are 2 bills in the CT legislature labor committee that deserve our attention and action. The bills are S.B.914, An Act Concerning an Employer’s Failure to Pay Wages and S.B. 1037, ...

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  • To the Editor, The Woodbridge Board of Selectmen has refused to hold a public hearing or vote on the Town ...

    To the Editor, The Woodbridge Board of Selectmen has refused to hold a public hearing or vote on the Town Plan and Zoning Commission’s proposed Plan of Conservation and Development. At its meeting on ...

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  • To the Editor While Woodbridge First Selectman Ellen Scalettar recently stated she was very interested in ...

    To the Editor While Woodbridge First Selectman Ellen Scalettar recently stated she was very interested in citizens’ opinions on the Toll Brothers golf course proposal, “I don’t want to hear that anybo ...

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  • To the Editor I have been a registered Democrat all my voting life and a Woodbridge resident for more tha ...

    To the Editor I have been a registered Democrat all my voting life and a Woodbridge resident for more than 35 years. I attended the February 19th special meeting of the Woodbridge Board of Selectmen, ...

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  • To the Editor, As the 2015 version of the Woodbridge Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) nears co ...

    To the Editor, As the 2015 version of the Woodbridge Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) nears completion a rich irony has emerged. According to state statute, the once-every-ten-years POCD is ...

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