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T. Scribner April 08, 2014 at 05:15 PM
Having known and worked with Mr Hayes for many years, he will be an exceptional asset to theRead Morecommuni ty in any position.
David Hayes April 09, 2014 at 07:12 PM
Thank you Tim, I miss working for you ....
Robin Lynn Doiron March 31, 2014 at 07:41 AM
We see it all the time, living on Old County Rd in W.Locks!! mcDonald's bags, styrofoamRead Morecontainers.. .do people NOT believe in trash receptacles, anymore?
Tig April 01, 2014 at 08:39 PM
The biggest problem I see in Enfield is the Reminder and the Hartford Courant being thrown all over Read Morepeople's lawns by the delivery drivers. I wish there was a town ordinance against this. Obviously, no one wants to read them because no one even bothers to pick them up. In this digital age, we really don't need unwanted newspaper garbage thrown all over the neighborhood. If the employees of the Hartford Courant and the Reminder don't have the pride and good manners to deliver to people's doorstep, they shouldn't bother showing up to work. Throwing the paper on the ground, especially when it's raining, is half a$$.
Stephen Malone April 02, 2014 at 12:19 PM
In E. Hartford there's a ordinance for throwing anything out the window in including news papersRead Morewh ich have a place for them to be delivered. In most cases the delivery person is in a hurry and time is money. The big ticket for this person is a $25.00 fine for each item tossed out the window. Staff at the reminder don't care the paper is free. The reminder should be fined for every paper that hits the ground from the delivery person. From unsightly trash.
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