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Town Newbie March 24, 2014 at 02:08 PM
Please scroll thru all pictures as they didn't load in order, thx!
Town Newbie March 24, 2014 at 02:08 PM
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Jackie Sargent March 13, 2014 at 07:07 AM
I will refer to it any way I'd like. Sorry this offends you, but I am doing the right thing byRead Morefind ing him a good home instead of just giving him to just anyone. There are bigger things to worry about than if I call him an "it" or not.
Richard Poulton March 13, 2014 at 08:20 AM
Jackie, if all else fails look into 'Forgotten Felines" a home where homeless cats are kept,Read Moreno cages, all out and about in safety. They have adoption events every Saturday 1 to 4. They are located right off I-95, the route 153 exit, I think its 64. 15 Horse Hill Rd 860-434-1736. I would take the beautiful cat in a heart beat but still getting over the death of my last one, not quite ready. Good luck.
Jackie Sargent March 13, 2014 at 10:34 AM
I have found someone that inquired about the cat weeks ago. She had to wait to find out aboutRead Moreallerg ies, but she is an animal lover and and involved in all kinds of rescues and fundraisers for animals. I know her and I am very happy that her and her family want to give him a good home. I would, but I just can't have a pet that makes me sneeze! He will be moving to his new home by tomorrow.
Julie Weisberg (Editor) March 06, 2014 at 04:40 PM
Norm - Just to address your question about the new Patch ownership: AOL is no longer the newRead Morecompany 's majority owners. We have a new parent owner, Hale Global. And so that means that we have an entirely new engineering staff working on the new platform (website). And I don't have a timetable yet for the rollout. Buy they are hard at work on it. We're in a time of transition and a bit of change, and I know that that can be frustrating when some of the news stories you think should be here, aren't. But again, I echo Richard's comments, you can always take to the boards or a blog and share that info — and start a discussion. And like I said before, you can always reach out to me for comment, concerns, questions, etc.
Julie Weisberg (Editor) March 06, 2014 at 04:45 PM
P.S. The news is not going away at Patch. In fact, we're actually recommitted to sold newsRead Morereporting now with the new owners. The issue now is, there is simply not the numbers in our editorial department to give each site that that one-on-one or two-sites-to-one editor set up we've had in the past. But we will be slowly working our way to increase our staffing numbers, in a smart way, to make sure that some of the errors that were made in the past, don't occur again. We're still in the early stages of what is basically a new startup company. So again things are in transition. But I can promise you that everyone of us working here in the CT region, and across Patch nationally, care about providing solid, relevant content to all our readers — and that includes me, too. Just another of my FYIs ;0)
Norm Brody March 06, 2014 at 08:57 PM
Thanks for getting back to us Julie. This could be an opportunity for the new Patch- we'll justRead Morehav e to wait and see. But I'm curious; Are your management types aware of not only the local, but from what I'm reading, the nationwide discontent with Patch performance? Given the importance of the police commission and airport stories vis-a-vis our history, how could Patch editors fail to cover them?
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