Since I am not a golfer, I may represent more than just golfers. Therefore, I may, in fact, represent the majority of the 90% of non golfers and the majority of the 10% of golfers. Stop playing with ridiculous percentages of who you think you represent. You don't have to be in favor of a driving range, the Authority, or the golf course. But you only represent yourself. Same as me. Bottom line, from the attendance at the meeting last night, there were many more attendees in favor of a driving range, the Authority and the future of the golf course, than not.
And, if you are going to quote me, please do it correctly...I said, "I am sick and tired of the FEW naysayers..." I didn't say majority of naysayers. View Comment
I'm sick and tired of the few naysayers saying that they represent the majority of the taxpayers and residents of Norwalk. You don't represent me! I support a driving range at Oak Hills Golf Course. View Comment
@Tim - You are NOT the Mayor's boss, or is City Hall your building. Move on from that, quickly!
The Mayor, Council, Police Chief, Fire Chief, or any city employee does not give up their rights because they work for a public entity. If a mayor, or other city employee wishes to hire a private attorney, they have every right to do so. It's not up to you to decide. If you want to change the law, go and give it your best shot! If a citizen (me, a city employee, even you) feel that our rights have been violated, we may pursue legal and criminal action. I'm not sure if you understand that as public employee, they still have rights?
Before you go ahead and put your name on a ballot this fall, why don't you put your name on your comments. Nothing is more pathetic than people who comment and are afraid to identify themselves.
Your comment to Joanne Romano about knowing who she is, borders on creepy.. Come on, identify yourself, so we may know who you are.
@Tim T. I was referring to your comment(s) below. How disrespectful of you to post pointless, negative comments on an article reporting on the passing of a long-time citizen. How pitiful. "...However at least Mayor Esposito was pleasant and refined unlike Moccia the Moron.
Submitted on January 9, 2013 - 7:42pm.
Tim T: Norwalk has lost the last good Republican..Its such a shame that out current mayor didn't learn anything from mayor Esposito. Submitted on January 9, 2013 - 6:49pm." View Comment
If Nancy accidentally recorded it and it was unethical/questionable to use, she should have deleted it. It is time for ALL the members of the Council to stop the grandstanding and do the job that they were elected to do. Norwalk needs positive, forward thinking representatives to help guide our city into the future. View Comment
Gina - you captured the spirit of the Norwalk- McMahon hockey team. Thank you for all your efforts and wonderful talent. The team and Norwalk are lucky to have you. We are looking forward to next year. This team has grown and continues to show great effort, teamwork and determination. We are very proud to be a part of Norwalk-McMahon Hockey. View Comment