FAIRFIELD: “And now, I tire of this inane back-and-forth with you.” — So said in forbidding the animals on beaches, and became—some might say descended into—a discussion among other things about which species dirty our waters with their waste.
GREENWICH: “Because of the lack of real Watershed Planning we can expect this trend to continue.” — That’s what Greenwich Patch account-holder and said in an article summarizing how , prompting town officials to urge residents to "voluntarily conserve.''
MONROE: “The economy was on course for that reef long before Obama took helm of the ship.” — So said in response to which peeks in each morning at what our elected officials in Washington, D.C. are saying and doing.
NEWTOWN: “Food quality is uneven, often very good, sometimes "ok" but never bad.” — This was part of a recent review from in Patch’s business listing directory in Newtown, for , a fine dining venue set in a 200-year-old converted colonial.
SHELTON: “Well I saw someone fishing there this morning so someone should go and make sure no one else does until tomorrow.” — That’s what about how Shelton's has reportedly been stocked with trout as well as 600 surplus Atlantic salmon broomstick. The trout-fishing season doesn’t open until Saturday.