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UPDATED: Camillo Declines to Sign CTCL $500K Grant Agreement, Given Challenge to RTM Vote

“The Town Attorney declined to give an immediate opinion on the matter at Tuesday’s meeting. Thereafter appeal rights were not preserved pursuant to the aforementioned section. With no appeal having been filed it would appear that the vote on Item #10 is final.” – Glen A Canner Esq, District 12 Continue Reading →

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RTM Moderator: “The electronic voting system had no flaws or defects”

“But I wanted to inform the membership today that given the applicable rules and the results of the analysis of Tuesday evening’s vote, I have determined that the vote tally announced on Tuesday evening regarding item 10 is the final vote, subject only to a proper parliamentary device seeking to reopen that vote.” – Alexis Voulgaris Continue Reading →

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RTM Approval of $500K CTCL Grant in Jeopardy after Claims Votes Weren’t Counted

The vote to approve the grant passed with a total of 210 votes – 104 in favor, 101 against and 5 abstentions.
After the announcement of the vote, there was a bit of a kerfuffle and members interrupted the moderator during discussion of item 11 to say some people believed their votes had not been counted. Continue Reading →

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Winston: Attack on CTCL is a whole lot of noise with nearly zero substance

“An NPR report on the matter describes how the CTCL money was distributed in 2020. More went, naturally, to cities, which had bigger budgets and bigger gaps in infrastructure. Cities lean Democrat, so that’s true. But every district that requested money got money.” – Andrew Winston Continue Reading →

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Scott Walter: No Private Funding for Public Elections

“In the controversy over whether Greenwich’s RTM should accept monies from the Center for Tech and Civic Life, a group of letter-writers who advocate taking the cash labeled my group, the Capital Research Center, “an extremist right wing publication.” – Scott Walter, CRC Continue Reading →

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