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Preview Of This Week's Cheshire Herald

February 23, 2012 by John Rook

Have you picked up your copy of The Cheshire Herald today? If not, here's what you're missing:

*The Cheshire Town Council renewed the elderly tax programs that have become a staple in town. Find out what this means for senior citizens.

*The state has set aside additional funding for different fire schools planned in Connecticut. Does that mean the Cheshire facility is on the fast track now? Find out.

*Residents in the north end of town have been complaining about a strange Post Office delivery system that has resulted in delayed mail for years. Learn whether the new Cheshire Postmaster has corrected the problem, and what residents have to say.

*It's the end of the month, meaning The Cheshire Herald's Blast From the Past feature is back again. This month, with budget talks about to heat up again, we look at how letters to the editor over the years have framed the debate. Not surprisingly, the arguments of today are similar to those of decades past.

*In our editorial this week, we ask why the Post Office took so long to address a major problem, while in the Editor's Notebook feature, we examine whether politicians are truly serious about addressing the major financial problems facing the country.

*As always, check out our Around Town, Sports, and Schools section for all your local happenings. In Schools this week, we have the Cheshire High School Honor Roll for the second quarter listed.

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