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ARZENO: BET Democrats Offer Competent Fiscal Management

“From a long-term perspective, maintenance of the Town’s infrastructure is a ticking fiscal time bomb. Republican decisions to shrink the capital tax levy to provide a short-term tax relief bromide, reflects a policy of ‘DON’T pay as you go’ and if not corrected will yield gaping holes that future taxpayers will have to meet or risk seeing our infrastructure become more and more dilapidated.” – Hector E Arzeno Continue Reading →

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MESKERS: On Celebrating Columbus Day

“I am proud of my Italian heritage and I celebrate the tough road to acceptance that Italian Americans have faced in this country, but I think it’s important given the aggressively partisan nature of the discussions today, inclusive of the debates on critical race theory, that we step back and look at the history of Columbus Day.” – State Rep Steve Meskers Continue Reading →

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GREENWICH REPUBLICAN BET CANDIDATES: Modernizing Greenwich Public Schools

“As your Republican candidates for the Board of Estimate and Taxation (BET), we are committed to continue to provide the necessary resources for the best education of our children. To achieve that objective, we will work with all stakeholders to develop a thoughtful infrastructure investment strategy.” – Republican candidates for the Board of Estimate and Taxation: Nisha Arora, Mike Basham, Bill Drake, Karen Fassuliotis, Dan Ozizmir and Leslie Tarkington Continue Reading →

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RAMER: Elections Have Consequences

“Only 40% of our registered voters typically vote in municipal elections. The result is that a fairly small number of Party partisans control the outcome, and their narrow priorities govern the existence or absence of municipal and educational services that you would like to have seen, but won’t.” – Jeff Ramer, Democratic member of the BET Continue Reading →

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Michael-Joseph Mercanti-Anthony: Why I’m Running for Greenwich BOE

“A career educator, I have 23 years of experience in public education as a teacher, administrator, and education professor. Currently, I work for the New York City Department of Education as a Director of Continuous Improvement – where I help struggling schools develop better systems for academic success. I hold a doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Pennsylvania and previously served on the BOE of my hometown of Haddonfield, NJ for five years.” – Michael-Joseph Mercanti-Anthony Continue Reading →

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