Fred Camillo

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Mason Outlines Plans for Greenwich at Campaign Kick Off

“I believe I have professional experience. I believe I have the Town government experience. And I have the established relationships with all leaders in Town. I want to use those relationships immediately to continue to develop an economic plan for the Town….I’ve been in training for this position for three decades.” – Michael Mason, Republican Candidate for First Selectman Continue Reading →

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RTM Declines to Vote on Anti-Tolling Resolution, Votes to Postpone Indefinitely

Dozens spoke out against the anti-tolling resolution, saying the non-partisan RTM should not get involved in state issues. Other disagreed, including Democrats, saying tolls would hurt “the little guy” and be a regressive tax. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich RTM Committees Weigh In on Anti-Toll Resolution

Strong voices were heard on both sides of the anti-toll resolution presented to several RTM standing committees. Voices included NoTollsCT founder Patrick Sasser, State Rep Fred Camillo (R-151), State Senator Alex Bergstein (D-36), State Senator George Logan (R-17) and Joseph McGee, who is a VP with the Business Council of Fairfield County. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Anti-Tolls Rally Draws Crowds, Honks outside Stamford Government Center

A crowd of about 100 people gathered to rally against tolls outside Stamford Government Center on Saturday. Cars and trucks drove by honking in support. Remarks were delivered by organizer Patrick Sasser, Bob Stefanowski, Fred Camillo, Steve Kolenberg and Bob Katchco. Continue Reading →

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Littman: Camillo’s Proposed Independent Commission on Redistricting Would Inject Politics into the Process

“The proposed makeup of Rep. Camillo’s commission is, to put it mildly, curious, given that it completely excludes the Working Families Party, which has garnered 2.6 times more votes over the two election cycles than the Independent Party.” – Sarah Darer Littman, Greenwich Continue Reading →

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Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Announces 51st Youth of the Year Winner, Honors Rebecca Breed as Champion of Youth

Michael Rincon was honored on Thursday night as the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich 2019 Youth of the Year. Also honored was Champion of Youth Rebecca Breed. Her family pledged a donation to the Club of $1 Million over the next ten years from the Rebecca Breed Scholarship Foundation. Continue Reading →

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