Guilford has Almost Destroyed Itself as a Community

To the Editor: An editorial by Gregory Stroud (“On the Matter of Equity and East Lyme,” Sept. 15) discussed the recent Equity study of the East Lyme Schools. He made an insightful comment about the town of Guilford at the conclusion of the article. Referring to the general turmoil in...

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‘That’s a Wrap’ — 2021 Election Coverage

...had the exact same number of votes – 1,700,” Griswold said. “I think a lot of our points resonated quite naturally with the voters, and I’m very happy with that. I think we had a very good showing, and we have a lot of work ahead.” EAST LYME — Kevin...

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Formica: Seery ‘the Most Qualified to Lead Our Town’

I write to strongly endorse Kevin Seery as the next First Selectman of the Town of East Lyme. Kevin raised his family here and has served our great town for 24 years including 10 years on the Board of Selectmen — 7 of those years as Deputy First Selectman —...

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Hogan: Respect, Due Diligence, Transparency for East Lyme

East Lyme needs government leaders who will bring respect, due diligence, and transparency to the Board of Selectmen. The Democratic candidates are committed to these ideals.  Once elected, they will make well-reasoned policy and thoughtful decisions that our residents, regardless of political persuasion, will respect.  Candidate Terry Donovan, a twelve-year...

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We Need to Support New Leaders in East Lyme

...listen, learn from, and represent the residents of East Lyme. We need to support new leaders in East Lyme, and Nickie is one of those new leaders that we will be needed if we want to continue to make our schools the best they can be. Esteban Garcia East Lyme,...

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Courtney: I ‘Enthusiastically Endorse Camille Alberti’

To the Editor: I am writing to enthusiastically endorse Camille Alberti for first selectwoman for the town of East Lyme, one of Connecticut’s outstanding Communities. Camille has already been diligently serving the Town for over twelve years, first as a member of the Economic Development Commission, and now as a...

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Alberti: A ‘Measured’ Approach to Federal Aid for East Lyme

...ARPA funds will be spent.  Transparency, compliance, and community involvement will guide the process to help East Lyme recover and prosper from money well spent. Camille Alberti Alberti currently serves as chair of the East Lyme Board of Finance, and is the Democratic candidate for First Selectman of East Lyme....

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Monday Celebration of the Nehantic Tribe at McCook Point Park

The Nehantic Native Nation and various departments in East Lyme are sponsoring a celebration of the Nehantic Tribe at McCook Point Park in recognition of Indigenous People’s Day.  Dr. John Pfeiffer, historian for the Town of East Lyme and official historian for the Nehantic Nation, said that he’ll be speaking...

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