Steve Meskers

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PHOTOS, VIDEO: Auspicious Start for Coast-to-Coast Bike Ride in Honor of Julian Fraser

On Sunday Alec Fraser and Jamie Meehan dipped their wheels in the water before commencing their 4,650 mile ride from Old Greenwich to Santa Clara, CA. The ride is part of the Cycle for Survival movement. All funds raised will go to go directly to research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Continue Reading →

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Gevanter Shares Message of Public Safety, Prosperity and Progress

US Senator Richard Blumenthal said he won his first State Rep race in a special election.
“They are not months long, they are weeks long. They are highly concentrated and they are usually close. Small turnout. And this one is during the summer – smaller turnout. Every single vote, every single call you make, every single contact. Even in this age of social media, there is nothing so important as one human being talking to another, nothing so impactful as your contact with another person. That’s how special elections are won.” Continue Reading →

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Democratic Delegates Vote Unanimously to Endorse Gevanter for 36th District State Senate Seat

“She’s a formidable candidate with a team of experienced, enthusiastic and tireless volunteers who will pull out all the stops to get her elected. The Democratic parties in Greenwich, Stamford and New Canaan are united in our commitment to electing Alexis to the State Senate, and we are ready to go.” – Greenwich, Stamford and New Canaan Democratic party chairs Continue Reading →

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Meskers Will Not Run for Senate 36th District Seat Following Kasser’s Resignation

“Her advocacy for the voices of victims of domestic abuse and her sense of social justice still resonate in me,” Meskers said, adding that since news of Kasser’s resignation broke, he had been approached by friends and constituents suggesting he consider running for her seat. Continue Reading →

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Feathers Ruffled after New Haven Mayor Points Finger at Greenwich during Hearing on Zoning Legislation

In Greenwich, where a .1 or .2 acre lot located downtown with a “tear down house” fetches well over $1 million, some argued the result of 1024 would be a proliferation of expensive condos or rental apartments. It might not create affordable units, but instead erode what little remains of downtown’s middle class housing stock. Continue Reading →

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