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Food safety class for Granby organizations

Food is a powerful thing. Not only does it nourish our bodies, but preparing and sharing food with others cultivates community. If you or your organization is involved in food preparation, food service, or a food based fund-raiser, then this event is for you.

Granby schools NOT in decline

After reading Kim Becker’s October letter to the editor, I must make a number of comments in support of the Granby Public School System. In her letter, she states that “Granby schools are not stagnant; they are in full decline.” Ms. Becker bases this opinion statement solely on the recent standardized test scores, namely, the SBAC and the SAT.

Food safety class for Granby organizations

Food is a powerful thing. Not only does it nourish our bodies, but preparing and sharing food with others cultivates community. If you or your organization is involved in food preparation, food service, or a food based fund-raiser, then this event is for you.

Granby schools NOT in decline

After reading Kim Becker’s October letter to the editor, I must make a number of comments in support of the Granby Public School System. In her letter, she states that “Granby schools are not stagnant; they are in full decline.” Ms. Becker bases this opinion statement solely on the recent standardized test scores, namely, the SBAC and the SAT.

Vote YES on Question 2

Last month, Eric Lukingbeal wrote an important op/ed piece describing how, as it currently stands, the legislature can sell, swap or give away public lands such as state parks, forests and even state-owned farmlands without public knowledge or input. 

Protocol calls for a public hearing, but at the end of a legislative session, the rules can be ignored, and that is when many of these transactions take place. 

The only way to make sure there is a public hearing before any of our land is taken away is to amend the State Constitution to require the public hearing. The amendment also contains the clause that any proposed legislation must pass by at least two-thirds of the House and the Senate.