Effective today, The Register Citizen has opened the floodgates of a new public forum called "Sound Off."
The idea is to provide readers with the opportunity to comment on any topic that's on their mind, from minor annoyances, to political gripes, to praise for an unsung hero who never seems to get proper credit.
We're turning our pages over to you.
Yes, there's an outlet already for this kind of thing ... letters to the editor.
But we've found that many people don't have the time to write, are intimidated by the format, don't feel comfortable putting their name out there, or just don't feel comfortable writing something.
Sound Off is different.
All you need to do is pick up the phone and leave your message - anything you want to say - at 860-626-6590
It's completely anonymous.
And if you don't feel comfortable making that phone call, there's another way to get into Sound Off ... just drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
. No need to provide your name - it's anonymous - and we won't print your e-mail address or anything like that.
Again, the number to call for Sound Off is 860-626-6590.
Look for Sound Off to appear in The Register Citizen in the next few days, as soon as we get some of you comments built up, and then check it out daily.
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