Mike Mason

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Lauren Rabin, Republican Hopeful for Selectman: Greenwich is Strong and Getting Stronger

Lauren Rabin, currently a member of the Greenwich Board of Education is seeking the RTC nomination for Selectman. She talked about the role of Selectman, the Town’s need for playing fields, spaces for dogs to run free, funding capital improvements and the possibilities for public-private partnerships. Continue Reading →

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Coach Kelly Kicks Off Campaign for Selectman at Milbrook Club with Passion

“They talk about how they want to tax the wealthy more. Let’s put them to the challenge and prove it doesn’t have to Bernie Sanders Socialism to get things accomplished. Let’s prove we can work together with those who have and those who have-not to fix things. Ray Dalio says capitalism is broken. Let’s be an example of how it we can work together and fix it. Capitalism works. Socialism is not the route forward. Capitalism works and and what better Town to lead than Greenwich?” – Joe Kelly, Republican candidate for the Board of Selectman 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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Municipal and Schools Budgets Proposed for FY ’19-20, Public Comments Focus on Turf, Ice Rink

On Thursday night Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei presented his recommended budget for the fiscal year starting July 1, 2019 and ending on June 30, 2020 to the BET. Ralph Mayo presented the proposed public school budget. During a 90 minute public hearing many residents urged the BET not to include funds for artificial turf, and to fund a new Hamill Rink. Continue Reading →

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RTC Slate Features Tesei for 6th Term; Results in 2 Petition Candidates

Peter Tesei was nominated on July 25 by the RTC for a record 6th term, along with John Toner, nominated for a second full term. Shakeups in the process that excluded incumbents from the slate, including Leslie Tarkington who is petitioning for a place on the ballot for BET. Peter Bernstein is petitioning for a spot on the ballot for BOE. Continue Reading →

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