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March 5 Greenwich RTC Primary: “These things do happen on occasion”

“These things do happen on occasion. There may even be a few more of them this year. While we don’t have a huge number of them, in Stamford where they have 20 districts, 17 of their Democratic districts are having primaries next week on the same day Greenwich will have their five RTC primaries.” – Greenwich Republican Registrar of Voters, Fred DeCaro Continue Reading →

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JILL KELLY: Republicans, vote for candidates who collaborate in a civilized respectful manner and know how to get things done

“I believe everyone has good in them, but there are just a few who are misguided. Some of those misguided people are running the Greenwich Republican Party at this time. It’s their way or the highway, and they are strongly trying to push a national agenda on our town, which most of us do not want.” – Jill Kelly Continue Reading →

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Piccininno: Your Vote Counts

“I am a moderate, registered Republican….I am voting Row A to elect the Democratic BET candidates. They are pragmatic, intelligent, and collaborative. I hope other Republicans will join me in sending a message that the divisiveness, the lying, and the hate for fellow Americans is anathema to the United States of America and to the Constitution.”– Greg Piccinino Continue Reading →

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BOE May Hire Attorney for Second Opinion on Wetmore ‘Section 99 Memo’ Delaying CMS Timeline

BOE members balked at being advised they couldn’t seek a second opinion. Meanwhile, the building committee did not want to “pause” to focus on just the MI approval process, but rather to proceed with both design documents as part of the “study and survey” process and the MI approval. Continue Reading →

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BET’s “Ugly, Messy Conversation” on Discontinuing OGS Independent Cost Estimator Project

The BET met Monday and the agenda included a motion presented by Democratic member Leslie Moriarty to discontinue the Old Greenwich School cost estimate project. Mr. Ramer said the process had become tainted because one member of the BET had talked to a bidder. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Republicans Point Fingers at CMS PTA While PTA Calls Former State Rep’s Survey Misleading

Tensions are mounting as the deadline to submit request or state grant money for CMS looms and cost estimates may exceed $67.5 million approved by BET. To qualify for the grant the funding must be “adequate.”
At Thursday’s BOE meeting, CMS PTA co-president Jen Behette said parents had been confused by a survey from former State Rep Harry Arora whose wife is on the building committee. Continue Reading →

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