Killing A Community Center

I am a freelance photojournalist and served on official committees studying the disposition of the former Bridge Street School Building and property beginning in 2005.

Not Right Now

Like many people in Suffield, I would like to have a nice community center, but not now. I say this for two good reasons.

Stand Up and Vote

“No taxation without representation” was the rallying cry during the colonies’ struggle for independence. Thousands of citizens, and in particular soldiers, endured unimaginable hardships and risked their lives and fortunes for the right to self govern.

Bridge Street Community Center – Delayed Again

Plans for the reuse of the former Bridge St. School building started with committees and studies in 2005. Careful deliberations, community forums, and ongoing public updates have occurred continuously in the intervening 12 years.

Transparency in Government?

I am writing to express my concern about a recent letter written by Melissa Mack, First Selectman (FS) regarding the Bridge Street Community Center.

State Budget Affects Suffield Budget

The unhappy circumstance that Connecticut’s towns are facing is driven in large part by the fiscal irresponsibility emanating from the Governor’s Office and the legislature.