Take down all the trees growing under the wires and replace them with trees that won't grow more than 20 feet or so. Japanese Maple, Bradford Pear, crab apple, and of course the native dogwood. View Comment
Oh well, here we go again!
They could not find a way to spend our money on fiber optic boondoggles so now they are off to another "must do, once-in-a-lifetime" project.
The exterior is just fine, leave it alone, replace the boiler to handle natural gas - if and when- its available.
There is no true strategic planning in our town...as far as I can tell. View Comment
Cutting revenue by 4 million would certainly give town officials the opportunity and cover to cut spending by a corresponding amount. Something like an across the board cut to non union staff would be easy to implement or raising the health insurance charged back to employees. After all, 70-80% of the budget goes to salaries and benefits. View Comment
None of the various proposals put forth in NY, CA and now CT would have prevented the slaughters we've had to bear over the years. Criminals will not obey the laws and we all become more vulnerable to their whims. View Comment
The government has to get out of the insurance business. Its time to start phasing it out. I say if you want money to rebuild, take it but the land then belongs to the state as open space and you must build somewhere outside the flood zone. The alternative is we taxpayers wind up building new homes for you every 30-60 years.
"fair and balanced" use of tax dollars View Comment