Leslie Moriarty

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Greenwich DTC’s Nominating Committee Recommends Candidates for Municipal Election

The Nominating Committee of the Greenwich Democratic Town Committee announced on Monday a full slate of candidates for the upcoming municipal elections. Pursuant to state law, the DTC will hold its nominating convention to endorse candidates at its July 21 meeting. Continue Reading →

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MORIARTY: I Support Julian Curtiss Renovation Project and BOE-approved Ed Specs

“When the BET votes on April 1 to approve the FY22 budget, I will be supporting the inclusion of design funds for the Julian Curtiss School renovation project and the BOE-approved Educational Specifications.” – Leslie Moriarty, Democratic Caucus Chair, Board of Estimate and Taxation Continue Reading →

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CAMILLO: BET Democrats Unnecessarily Attacked Town Staff on PAYT

“…I would be happy to continue this discussion and move the implementation back a year or so and support a tipping fee to act as a bridge until the public has had enough time to see the true benefits of the program and its value to the community.” – Fred Camillo, Greenwich First Selectman Continue Reading →

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LETTER: Everything You Need to Know About Democratic Leadership on the BET and What to Expect Going Forward

“The Democrats have two years of track record in the majority and have demonstrated proven results.” – Laura Erickson, Miriam Kreuzer, Beth Krumeich, Leslie Moriarty, Jeff Ramer and David Weisbrod Continue Reading →

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BET Public Hearing Yields Opinions on Cardinal Field, NW Fire Station, TAG, Foam Trays

A public hearing at town hall drew those in support of a northwest fire station as well as skeptics. There was testimony about removing Styrofoam trays from Greenwich Schools cafeterias, and of making all the district’s facilities ADA Compliant. Several people lamented the state of Cardinal Field. The GAF said they’d raise 20% of the cost of phase 1, with a focus on new bleachers and temporary bathrooms to replace the port-o-potties. Continue Reading →

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