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Many Voices Heard at Eastern Greenwich Civic Center Hearing for Input

There were dozens of thoughtful suggestions and many rounds of applause. Residents were told not to include fields in the discussion, but they did. Fred Camillo urged the committee to “Do it big and look to the private sector.” Others warned the committee to think within the budget. “Think Scottish” was Patty Roberts’ advice. “What’s popular today may not be popular later on.” Continue Reading →

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Tod Laudonia Outlines Vision for Greenwich First Selectman Run

A third Republican candidate for Greenwich First Selectman has emerged. Tod Laudonia is a longtime Greenwich resident and has been a licensed real estate broker since 1980. He served as the Town’s Tax Collector from 2009 to 2017. Mr. Laudonia, who has been interviewed by the RTC search committee, joins Republicans Mike Mason (BET member and former chair) and State Rep Fred Camillo (District 151) as hopefuls for the job. To date Granit  Balidemaj, Joe Kelly and Dan Quigley have announced candidacies for Republican selectman. Continue Reading →

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Coach Kelly Kicks Off Campaign for Selectman at Milbrook Club with Passion

“They talk about how they want to tax the wealthy more. Let’s put them to the challenge and prove it doesn’t have to Bernie Sanders Socialism to get things accomplished. Let’s prove we can work together with those who have and those who have-not to fix things. Ray Dalio says capitalism is broken. Let’s be an example of how it we can work together and fix it. Capitalism works. Socialism is not the route forward. Capitalism works and and what better Town to lead than Greenwich?” – Joe Kelly, Republican candidate for the Board of Selectman Continue Reading →

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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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