Hector Arzeno

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ARZENO: BET Democrats Offer Competent Fiscal Management

“From a long-term perspective, maintenance of the Town’s infrastructure is a ticking fiscal time bomb. Republican decisions to shrink the capital tax levy to provide a short-term tax relief bromide, reflects a policy of ‘DON’T pay as you go’ and if not corrected will yield gaping holes that future taxpayers will have to meet or risk seeing our infrastructure become more and more dilapidated.” – Hector E Arzeno Continue Reading →

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An Open Letter to the Members of the Board of Estimate and Taxation

“We are as concerned as everyone about the economic impact of the pandemic. However, current indicators suggest our Town’s finances have held steadfast. Property transactions — and conveyance tax revenues — have increased. Divide the $900,000 difference between the BET and BOE budgets by the 16,000 families living in Greenwich and one gets $56.25.” – group letter Continue Reading →

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SEEC Launches Investigation into Allegations of Misuse of State Election Financing by State Rep Harry Arora

“The expenses mentioned in the complaint are all for legitimate payments made to other entities including Google, USPS etc. through a family-owned entity that did not retain any of the funds. To the extent this needs to be clarified in the fillings, our campaign Treasurer will work with the SEEC to do so.” – Harry Arora Continue Reading →

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ARZENO: Republicans Should Be Holding Their Leadership Accountable

“After reading the RTC’s statement on the attempted Coup, wherein they meandered to a discussion about zoning regulations and school compliance with ADA, subjects that most if not all of us promote in Greenwich, bearing no relation to the horrific actions their party just took part in, I am saddened by how far our local Republicans have fallen. ” – Hector Arzeno Continue Reading →

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LETTER: Arzeno treats everyone equally and with respect. He brings people together. He listens.

“I credit much of my successful legal career to the opportunity Hector created for me. Back in the 1990s, it was uncommon for a young woman to lead on complex corporate transactions. I still remember that afternoon, in 1994, being one of only two women in a conference room full of male corporate executives and investment bankers in dark suits in the middle of a tense negotiation. All heads turned to me, when Hector asked, “Priscilla, what do you think?” With that one simple question, Hector validated me and my work. Since Hector valued what I had to say, everyone felt then they must, too.” – Priscilla Almodovar, Former White & Case LLP Partner, Former JPMorgan Chase Managing Director, Current CEO, Enterprise Community Partners Continue Reading →

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