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Letter to The Editor

Traffic Calming:  A simple solution We’re all guilty… whether we are running late, mind brimming with too many things to do or just not really paying attention because you’re singing along to your favorite tune on the radio. Speeding through town has turned into a real issue: the trucks are going so fast on Route […]

Letters—No Bear Hunting

To the editor: The July 2017 article entitled “Where Are All These Bears Coming From?” demands a response to correct misapprehensions. First, review of the peer-reviewed scientific literature on the subject of bear-human conflict shows that bear hunting does not reduce the incidence of problem bears. Hunters rarely kill bears that have taken to living […]

Many Thanks for Supporting Silent Auction

The Fundraising Committee of the Church of Christ Congregational would like to thank everyone who helped make the Silent Auction on June 3 such a great success! Thank you to the local businesses who donated delicious food for the hors d’oeuvres; Wood Creek Pub and Grill , and the Bistro at Infinity Hall , as […]

Letters—June 2017

To the Editor: Toward the end of her article in the May issue about local street and road names, Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo wonders whether anyone in town knows anything of “the Windrows,” who might have given their name to Windrow Road. I think the name actually comes not from a family but from a physical […]

Letters—May 2017

Keep Norfolk Safe and Clean In the April 2017 edition of Norfolk Now, a letter appeared explaining that the Economic Development Commission was considering the development of a neighborhood cleanup and watch program. I am pleased to announce that many residents have already responded in a positive way. Some of you have already been picking […]

Norfolk Speaks

Letters Consumption Encouraged Let’s eat! Let’s drink! And buy stuff. We are now blessed with a quintessential general store we hardly deserve in our quintessential little town. We need to put on a few pounds and spend a few dollars. Jettison that Kindle for a moment and buy an actual newspaper before they join the […]

Letters—November 2016

Trail of Thanks On behalf of the Norfolk Land Trust’s Trail Race Committee, we would like to thank everyone who made our 5K/10K race on Sept. 25 a huge success. We had more than 100 runners register for the races and everyone was impressed, not only with land trust trails, but also with the organization […]

Letters—October 2016

Cost Is Not the Whole Story Who isn’t glad to hear that a new general store is coming to Station Place? The news reminded me of a time, many years ago, when I was living in Tokyo and a man named Edward Luttwak published an essay about gasoline. He had just traveled from Japan to […]


Thank You The Norfolk Rails to Trails Committee thanks Chris Little, National Iron Bank, Norfolk Land Trust, Great Mountain Forest, Norfolk Historical Society, M.I. Integrated Media and the many other friends who helped make our booth and video such a success over the WIN weekend. We also send another special thank-you to Chris Little for […]

Letters—August 2016

The Convenience Store and Deli: Passionately Objecting To the editor: I am currently the operator of the Station Place Café, located adjacent to the proposed new restaurant/convenience store. I have spoken at the last two public hearings, passionately objecting to the current proposal. I do not object to a convenience store/deli, I even would welcome such a […]