July 17, 2018

The Board of Representatives voted unanimously yesterday to approve the homeowners' petition, which now allows the full Board to consider reversing the Zoning Board's decision to allow stand-alone gyms (i.e., Life Time Fitness) in a half dozen office parks citywide....

July 10, 2018

UPDATED July 11, 2018 (see below)

This November (as is the case every November), three of the nine seats on the Board of Education are up for election.  A few weeks ago, the RTC nominated three candidates for the openings:  incumbents Frank Cerasoli and Mike Altamura, a...

July 9, 2018

Rep. Graziosi has announced he is leaving the Democratic party to run as a Republican for state representative against Matt Blumenthal in state house district 147.

We at Team Stamford will refrain from commentating on the state legislative race (we remain focused on cit...

July 2, 2018

Because teacher pension benefits are not negotiated locally, but instead are negotiated and assumed by the state.  Therefore, unlike the firefighters and policemen, for example, who have a "Stamford" pension fund for their benefits, Stamford teachers receive their bene...

July 2, 2018

$3,370.

That's how much each and every resident of Stamford would be required to pay to the city to fully fund our obligations toward retiree pension and healthcare benefits, according to a Manhattan Institute report on pension underfunding in the state of Connecticut a...

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