Monthly Archives: December 2011

New Year Resolutions

As I count down the last few days of this year, my thoughts turn to some possible resolutions for our city in 2012. While a number of issues to tackle spring to mind when I look back over 2011, these three are … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

Wishing you peace, love, and laughter this holiday season and throughout the New Year! Since it is the day before Christmas, I thought it fitting to leave you with a favorite holiday poem of mine – the well-known traditional one … Continue reading

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Hero Spotlight: Georgie’s Diner

I have eaten at Georgie’s Diner several times and really enjoyed it. The food is great. They have many vegetarian dishes and they serve champagne – two of my favorite things! So I was really happy this morning when I … Continue reading

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Allingtown Post Office May Close

I received a letter from the U.S. Postal Service yesterday. It wanted me to help them with a “discontinuance feasibility study of facility operations at the Allingtown Branch” by filling out a survey. That the USPS wants my input is … Continue reading

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Better than Coal?

It looks like West Haven is getting a fire district for Christmas. Hopefully Santa will bring me a new crystal ball along with it. Given all the unknowns to having the city take over the Allingtown fire district, I did … Continue reading

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It’s Good to Be King

With Inauguration Day taking place this past weekend, Mayor Picard has all his people in place and now controls the City Council and the Board of Education. He also made significant inroads on the Planning and Zoning Commission with the … Continue reading

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Firegate

There has been much talk about the potential dissolution of the Allingtown Fire District in both the media and among the residents of West Haven. Yesterday’s Register reports on the meeting held Wednesday night at City Hall, and states that Mayor … Continue reading

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