To the Editor:
I recently posted an editorial piece entitled The New Battle of Ridgefield about the residents’ concerns over development. Someone responded that Ridgefield doesn’t “need” to stay small. I believe that ship has sailed. We have not been a small town for some time. Although Bob Jewell likes to point out that our growth is a lot lower than it was in the past (as he represents new project after new project), there‘s only so much growth we can have. A glass that is almost full cannot take as much additional water as a glass that’s half empty. Is there anyone who can argue that we don’t have a traffic problem in town? Our infra-structure is being maxed out.