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'Hands Down One of the Best Experiences of My Life'

A look at recent comments from Patch account holders in the regions.

'Hands Down One of the Best Experiences of My Life'

BRANFORD

“I have no problem with people jogging on the road when there is no sidewalk, but why must you run on the road when our tax dollars have paid to install and maintain safe pedestrian travel ways?!” Pedestrian safety is an ongoing issue after a. Commenter asks this question. 

NAUGATUCK 

“So proud to play in this game. Hands down one of the best experiences of my life. Great people, greater cause! Such an amazing turnout... thank you ALL for the support. You represent what this great community of Naugatuck is all about. We couldn't have done it without you.” For 54 hours  this past weekend. The players set a world record for the longest kickball game ever played, raised money for charity, and as explains, had a great time.

STRATFORD

“I would like to know where these bird people think they get the right to take over our beach, and use it for their own purposes. I am tired about hearing about the environment, and how nature formed Long Beach. Long Beach is MAN MADE! Nothing grows there that wasn't planted there by people's hands. And now we are expected to hand it over to a select few so birds can live there? It wasn't built for that purpose. There are plenty of places the birds can go. Where were they before Long Beach was built? They can go back there. So can the bird people” The dispute about what to do with Long Beach West is ongoing and has a bone to pick with one side of the issue.

MILFORD

“Isn't there a possibility that maybe some salamanders and/or bugs may be living in there now? What about the possibility of a spotted owl taking residence in a cubby somewhere? don't you think it would be safe to just leave it as it is? As opposed to being "open Space" lets call it closed space and tell the owner to let it stay as it is, let’s let the amphibians frolic in there.” A long-abandoned building in downtown Milford might turn into a restaurant, but thinks – perhaps sarcastically – that nature should take over. 

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