Jeff Ramer

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Meet the Dems’ Pick, Sandy Litvack to Challenge 1st Selectman Tesei: “Select Sandy 2017”

Sandy Litvack, Greenwich Free Press

Democrats nominated Sandy Litvack to challenge Peter Tesei for Greenwich First Selectman this fall. Drew Marzullo a was confirmed as candidate for Selectman and Howard Richman will reprise his candidacy for Tax Collector against Tod Laudonia. Continue Reading →

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GFP Top Stories of the Week: November 21-27, 2016

This week we profiled Angela Swift, a local mom, realtor, triathlete and intrepid volunteer. On Monday we covered the Wetlands Agency’s review of an application for 3 houses to go up Lake Ave where there is but one today. On Tuesday a crowd gathered to brainstorm ideas following their disappointment at Donald Trump’s election as POTUS. Just in time for Thanksgiving the PE teachers at North Mianus School got their heads shaved into mohawks for a good cause. Those stories, and more… Continue Reading →

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Brainstorming Session Helps Those Frustrated by Trump’s Election to Find Their Voice

At a town hall gathering, the topic was voicing concerns about Donald Trump’s agenda, appointments, and business conflicts of interest. Buses are being organized to transport people to the Women’s March on Washington on Jan 21, 2017. A representative from Pantsuit Nation introduced herself at the meeting. Continue Reading →

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DTC Chair Ramer: “When people fail to ostracize bad behavior, they condone it”

Jeff Ramer - Greenwich Free Press

“When people fail to ostracize bad behavior, they condone it, and by doing so, they perpetuate it. Witness the boorish louts who stood at the back of the room at the Bhargava/Camillo debate, heckling and catcalling only when Ms. Bhargava spoke. Mr. Camillo said nothing. People running about at night, pulling out “Dita” signs and replacing them with “Camillo.”” – Jeff Ramer Continue Reading →

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Jeff Ramer: Single Party Politics Jeopardizes Board of Ed Balance

A new plan would increase the Board of Ed to 10 members serving four-year terms. Five would come up for election every two years, with three of the five to come from the candidates named by the majority Party. Thus six of the ten members on the Board of Ed would be from the candidates named by the Republican Town Committee. That is a lot of control for a dwindling Party that today represents only 38% of the registered voters in Town. Continue Reading →

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