Sean Goldrick

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Goldrick: BET Republicans ignored the values of the community

“Contrary to Drake’s insinuation that Greenwich spends a great deal on education, that 46% figure actually ranks far below virtually every other suburban municipality in the state. Indeed, most comparable suburban Connecticut towns allocate a vastly higher percentage of their total budgets, between 60%-75%, to fund their school systems. A key reason that our school system’s budget comprises such a small proportion of the budget is that Greenwich enrolls the smallest percentage of its school-aged children in its public school system of any municipality in Connecticut.” – Sean Goldrick Continue Reading →

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GOLDRICK: Drawing from our town’s cash reserves is our moral responsibility

“The point is that the town has tens of millions of dollars in cash reserves available to support our schools budget, millions that were taken from taxpayers’ pockets precisely to be used in this type of short-term situation in order to avoid the cuts that the BET Republicans are demanding we incur. We were not taxed tens of millions of dollars to have that money sit unused forever. ” – Sean Goldrick, former BET member Continue Reading →

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Goldrick: Greenwich’s Failure to Collect Tipping Fees from Trash Haulers Costs Taxpayers Millions

“Every town in Connecticut collects a tipping fee. Except Greenwich. Greenwich lets commercial haulers dump their trash at Holly Hill, without reimbursing Greenwich taxpayers for the cost of removal to the landfill and conversion facilities run by Wheelabrator Technologies in Peekskill, New York or Bridgeport.” – Sean Goldrick Continue Reading →

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Goldrick: CT Senators Fasano and Witkos Catch up with Trump in Pinocchio Awards

“Republican leaders Fasano and Witkos want to maintain the fiction that the state doesn’t need toll revenues. …Fasano and Witkos should not be competing with Trump in deceptive claims. Nutmeggers deserve the truth.” – Sean Goldrick Continue Reading →

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