Scott Frantz

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Letter: “Senator Scott Frantz, Please Vote Yes for Justice McDonald”

“This is a shout out to our Senator Scott Frantz to vote yes in support of Justice McDonald for the reason of his broad experience and qualifications including: 20 years in private practice handling all stages of litigation in federal and state courts at both trial and appellate levels; serving on the Stamford Board of Finance; serving as the Director of Legal Affairs and Corporation Counsel for the City of Stamford; prior to his appointment to the Supreme Court, serving as the General Counsel to the Office of the Governor for CT; serving as a member of the Stamford Board of Representatives where he began his public service career in 1993 and also as a State Senator where he served as the Senate Chairman of the Judiciary Committee for all eight years he was in the General Assembly. Senator Frantz: please vote yes.” Monica Prihoda, RTM District 6 Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Delegation: Much At Stake In The 2018 Session

“As elected officials, we are no strangers to criticism. Whether we are drafting the state budget or discussing controversial issues during committee meetings, the process of building consensus around major public issues can be difficult, but it is a challenge we accept openly and with tremendous passion.” – Rep. Livvy Floren, 149th House District; Rep. Mike Bocchino, 150th House District; Rep. Fred Camillo, 151st House District Scott Frantz, 36th Senate District Continue Reading →

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Goldrick: Greenwich Delegation Should Hold Real Town Hall Meetings

“It’s long past time to hold real town hall meetings at Greenwich Town Hall. …Republican state representatives Mike Bocchino, Fred Camillo, and Livvy Floren, and Republican state senator Scott Frantz, will hold a meeting early Thursday morning at a small restaurant in Cos Cob with limited parking. – Sean Goldrick Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Historical Society Officially Launches Construction Phase of Newly Reimagined Campus

On Sunday the Reimagine the Greenwich Historical Society Campaign kicked off the construction phase of the $18.5 million program with a celebration at the Bush-Holley House campus. Continue Reading →

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