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LETTER: Push Poll for Republican Primary for First Selectman of Greenwich is Underhanded

“Politics today has gotten past the point of nastiness and far away from the cause of the common good of the people. An example of this is evident in a recent poll I received regarding the Republican Primary for First Selectman of Greenwich.” – Michael Hahn, Riverside 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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Litvack: Walking Greenwich

“The reception all over town has been warm, encouraging and especially appreciative that someone is listening. From District 1 to District 12 there has been a groundswell of enthusiasm as we have talked and listened. But, yesterday was different. Yesterday I went to Armstrong Court. ” – Sandy Litvack, candidate for First Selectman of Greenwich Continue Reading →

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Litvack: At What Cost the “Cut, Slash and Burn” Cry of Ultraconservatives in Greenwich?

“We can no longer simply decry our increased traffic problems despite zero population growth, while doing nothing to solve it. We can no longer ignore the deteriorating sports fields and sports facilities all over Town.” – Sandy Litvack, candidate for first selectman of Greenwich Continue Reading →

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