My husband and myself have recently become aware of the Streetroad water project and are extremely concerned. We have a private drilled well.
The reason the Times of Ti editorial can be appreciated as a fine editorial is that the words themselves appearing in the March 16, 2013 edition give us a good understanding of the issue.
I would like to thank Mr. Sam Huntington from Dresden for his letter questioning a statement I made in my March 30 letter to Denton Publications.
After reading your article in the Times of Ti, I was encouraged to also add my opinion to what is happening not only in our government but on our airways.
It is my pleasure to tell you that our local League of Women Voters was recognized recently by the League of Women Voters of the United States (LWVUS) for significant growth in our membership and our continued commitment to our community and the mission of the League of Women Voters.
I was pleased to see letters from Ms. Monique Weston and Mr. John Capek which addressed the current debate surrounding the New York SAFE act in a civil and respectful tone.
The Moriah Volunteer Fire Department would like to say thank you to the Mineville VFW, Mineville Bowling Lanes and everybody who bowled in our two tournaments this year.
March was a steady month but without any serious incidents.
I’m disappointed Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava support having casinos in Upstate New York.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced on March 18 that he is sending legislation to the City Council that would ban stores from being able to openly display tobacco products.
After Bertha Rand’s presentation about plans for the 2013 Essex County Fair at our recent March meeting, Westport Town Supervisor Dan Connell shared that the County may be interested in disposing of ownership of the Fair Grounds in Westport.
I respond to Monique Weston of Keene, whose letter to the editor in the March 30 edition of the Valley News generally supports the SAFE ACT.
I attended the Essex County Board of Supervisors Meeting at which the Board voted in favor of repeal of the SAFE ACT.
Vacations and illnesses made for light attendance at the March meeting, but it did not prevent our recognizing the successes that occurred in all the events in which we were involved during the Beste Scholarship Weekend, crowned by the Polar Bear Plunge and followed by another successful Chili Bake Off.
February continued to be a busy month for the Ticonderoga Fire Department.