Leslie Moriarty

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BET Debate Highlights Difference in Philosophies as Parties Vie for Coveted Tie-Breaking Vote

Though all nominees will be seated after Nov 2, the result of the election is that the party whose candidates garner the most votes in total gets to choose the BET’s chair, and that person holds the tie breaking vote. Continue Reading →

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MORIARTY: The Real Facts Show Republican BET Does Not Show Support for our Schools

“Don’t be fooled!  Despite a voting record that shows reduced funding for both operating budgets and capital projects in the Schools, the Republican BET candidates are writing letters and placing ads about how much they support the Schools.” – Leslie Moriarty, Democratic member and candidate for BET Continue Reading →

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Greenwich DTC Formally Endorses Candidates for the 2021 Municipal Election

“At their July 21st meeting, pursuant to state law, the Greenwich Democratic Town Committee formally endorsed an impressive group of candidates for the 2021 municipal elections. They are consistently well-qualified and well-versed in how town government works.” – Greenwich DTC Continue Reading →

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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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