In response to the article “Arguing in Norwalk …” in the Nov. 21 issue, I would like to voice a few concerns and add a few comments to the mix. I have stopped attending Norwalk’s monthly meetings for just that purpose. The arguing, swearing and lack of professionalism is counterproductive to our failing village.
Each family has its quirks, and mine is no exception. More than 20 years ago, my mom served a blueberry pie at Thanksgiving in which she had substituted the entire allotment of sugar for salt.
We have just witnessed an election wherein the progressives have pushed toward their goal of socialism.
I am writing today regarding racism. With the march to the border, new immigration policies, and a pointless wall on the border, I feel it needs to be addressed.
Outstanding special education teachers who truly love the field can be almost impossible to find.
Secrecy in government, compounded by court-ordered secrecy, gives rise to speculation and rumor.