May 6, 2019

Probably not.  But we have learned some more about the source of this rumor, and the capital projects grants process more generally. 

First, the source of this rumor, at least as far as I can trace it, appears to be an April 9, 2019 meeting of Board of Representati...

January 28, 2019

I'm a little behind current events, but one (and maybe two) interesting things have happened on the Board of Education since Jackie Pioli (D) was sworn in last November.  

First, Andy George (D) was named chairman of the Board.  As we've noted previously, George is...

November 6, 2018

You may have heard there is an election taking place tomorrow.

November 6, 2018 qualifies as an uneventful day in municipal politics.  Lost amid all of the discussion of who will be Connecticut’s next Governor, or which party which hold the state senate or house, is the...

September 1, 2018

Update:  9/13/2018

Rolf Maurer has been endorsed by the Green Party, meaning, for all intents and purposes, he will battle Altamura and Cerasoli to get one of the two seats which will not go to the Democrats due to minority representation rules.


I received from t...

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...

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