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Fiscal Freedom for CT: Real Political Courage Is Cutting Spending, Not Taxing Working Class People

“State Senator Alex Bergstein says it takes political courage to pass tolls. It actually takes more courage to cut spending. Currently, Connecticut has the highest administrative costs per mile of road, equating to nine times the national average!” – Laura Gladstone, Fiscal Freedom for CT Continue Reading →

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Spilo: Greenwich Extreme Left is Pushing the Democratic Party Toward Socialist Agenda

“what I find most egregious is that Mr. Goldrick perpetuates the vile comparison of US detention facilities to Nazi Concentration Camps, a comparison based in ignorance and which is deeply offensive to the millions of us who lost relatives at those camps.” – Michael Spilo, D11 RTM Member, D11 RTC Executive Committee Continue Reading →

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Mike Mason Withdraws as Candidate for Greenwich First Selectman

“Greenwich is my priority. We are in a time where external influences are causing memory lapse of what Greenwich really is to so many. We are victims of these new external challenges and what looks like a new focus to use Greenwich as a bully pulpit to address national issues rather than protecting our neighbors and town assets.” – Mike Mason Continue Reading →

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Bring Your Creativity to the Annual Sandblast Sand Sculpture Festival at Tod’s Point

Participants need only bring shovels, pails, and any tools to create a sand sculpture. Participants will also need to check-in on the beach under the pavilion to get a flag to mark their sculpture. This year’s event will include live music, as well as a professional artist and sculptor on site. Continue Reading →

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First Annual Cos Cob Sidewalk Sales Days to Feature Design Shops, Cafés and Businesses

Have lunch, check out the Shops, enjoy a sunny day in Cos Cob! This event is the First Annual Sidewalk Sale that will feature Design Shops, local cafes and businesses offering savings and values on home decor, clothing, dance apparel, jewelry, accessories, gifts and more. Continue Reading →

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