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PHOTOS: Frantz vs Bergstein Too Close to Call. Camillo, Meskers Victorious

In local races, Republican State Rep for district 150 Mike Bocchino was defeated by challenger, Democrat Steve Meskers. Republican incumbent Fred Camillo in district 151 fended off a challenge from Greenwich mom of four Laura Kostin. Continue Reading →

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Camillo: Constructive criticism comes with the job. Criticism with malice is toxic.

“I love our town, our district, and state too much to sit by and watch gutter politics reign supreme here. It is time for all good people to reject the lies, deflections, distortions, and demagoguery that this national group with a town branch is doing along with a few partisan DTC members.” – Fred Camillo Continue Reading →

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Goldrick: Republicans should not get credit for gun safety laws

“This is the picture of legislators working ‘tirelessly and effectively for our town and our state’? Special interest tax breaks? Anti-abortion bills designed to circumvent Roe v Wade? Massive cuts to our universities? Huge tax increases on public school teachers? Weakening our gun laws? Membership in an NRA front group? Racist voter suppression? That’s what voters should consider ‘good work’?” – Sean Goldrick Continue Reading →

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State Rep Candidates Talk Pensions, Tolls, Opioids

On Wednesay night after candidate for State Senator Scott Frantz and Alex Bergstein debated, four State Representative candidates had their own debate. Moderator Kay Maxwell first asked about solving problems with state pensions. Steve Meskers, a finance expert who had a 35-year career on Wall Street specializing in emerging markets with a focus on Latin America, is challenging incumbent Mike Bocchino in the 150th House district, said the state’s pension funds system was pay-as-you-go from 1931 until about 1975. “In 1984 those pensions began to be fully funded for a short while, and then were left unfunded. The gap is tremendous,” he said. Continue Reading →

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Letter: Why I’m supporting Fred Camillo

letter to the editor - Greenwich Free Press

“Whether it is a food drive, collecting sports equipment for children, cleaning our local beaches or dog park to provide a safe environment for our families and furry friends or supporting our neighbors with legislation to obtain the care that they need for an elderly parent or disabled child, Fred is always the first to offer his assistant and legislative expertise.” Lisa Seglem, RTM District 8 Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Crowds Flock to Opening of Kindness Rocks Garden at Greenwich Town Hall

“I want to say thank you to Steven because this year he has given us something to play for – something a little bit extra. He’s given the community something to come together for,” Marinelli said, adding that for the First Selectman and Parks & Rec and other town departments to come together to make the kindness rocks garden happen. “That speaks volumes about what Steven means to us.” – GHS football coach John Marinelli Continue Reading →

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Kindness Rocks Garden to Blossom at Greenwich Town Hall

The Kindness Rocks Project started with one rock with a painted message left for someone to find. In Greenwich, rocks with the #teamsudell tag have made their way around the world. There will be a ceremony at Greenwich Town Hall to launch a kindness rocks healing garden on Friday, September 7 at 10:30 am. Continue Reading →

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