The district will fill this position at their next meeting scheduled for Wednesday, March 4, beginning at 8:00pm in Cos Cob School’s Media Lab.
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Last week the DTC nominated a relative newcomer to local politics, Cheryl Trepp Moss, to run for State Rep in District 151, the seat vacated by Fred Camillo. Moss, who is District 8 chair on the RTM is married and lives in Cos Cob. She graduated from GHS as did her three sons. Continue Reading →
“when a candidate is likely guaranteed a seat on the RTM who espouses violence (“if you try to take my guns it will be an attack on my freedom. Attacking my freedom will end poorly for you.”) and blatant xenophobia (“This is America!! If you love Mexico so much, move.”), who denies climate change (“Fake News: Weather Crisis.”) and supports a Congressional candidate so offensive she’s banned by major social media platforms (Laura Loomis, FL-21), I feel voters in District 8 (Cos Cob) deserve an alternative choice.” – Jonathan Perloe Continue Reading →
“Are we seriously arguing over whether Chris von Keyserling pinched a town employee in the workplace on her bottom or her vagina, because the argument is “Well, if it’s her bottom it’s not so bad” in the year 2017, almost two decades after my kids learned in Greenwich Public schools that we don’t touch anyone in the bathing suit area, period?” – Sarah Darer Littman Continue Reading →
RTM District 8 chair was charged with Sexual Assault 4 on Jan 11. Noting the circumstance, he is temporarily turning over his duties to his vice chair, Joshua Brown. Continue Reading →