Jill Oberlander

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Selectmen Candidates Peppered with Fresh Batch of Questions at Greenwich High School

On Friday at Greenwich High School about 800 students filled the performing arts center for a debate among the four selectmen candidates.

The forum was co-sponsored by the Greenwich League of Women Voters and We The People, which is coached by social studies teacher Aaron Hull. Continue Reading →

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Round Hill Selectmen Candidates Debate Flashpoints: Financing Capital Projects, Partisanship, P3s, Public Housing

Questions came from the Northwest Greenwich Association, the Northeast Greenwich Association and the Round Hill Association, as well as from the audience. Continue Reading →

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LETTER: Reconciling Doctored LWV Debate Footage, Spygate, and Higbie Town Hall, with Republicans Calls for Transparency

“It’s time for new management, one that will be transparent, ethical and make decisions based on facts and the well-being of all the town’s residents, not just those who were born here.” – Sarah Littman Continue Reading →

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Candidates Speak at Largest Turnout in Decades for Greenwich Democrats Annual Picnic

Greenwich Democrats Annual Picnic featured remarks from Richard Blumenthal, Governor Ned Lamont, Congressman Jim Himes, Senator Chris Murphy, Attorney General William Tong, Secretary of State Denise Merrill, State Senator Alex Bergstein, State Rep Steve Meskers and Greenwich Candidates including Jill Oberlander and Sandy Litvack. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Greenwich Schools Convocation Emphasizes Putting Joy Back Into Education

A theme during convocation 2019 was the impact individual teachers have on students.. Dr. Toni Jone reminded teachers that every day matters and that even remarks made on the first day of school might be remembered by a student in 40 or 50 years. Continue Reading →

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LETTER: Greenwich deserves transparency on the difficult choices ahead

“The Board of Estimate and Taxation (BET) projects that if we “prioritize” the BOE’s master plan as proposed, capital spending will rise dramatically, our mill rate will increase by 60% and our debt will triple over the life of the program. Oberlander knows this. She is Chair of the BET.” – Brooks Harris Continue Reading →

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