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Polling Location Change for August Primary – West Rocks

From The Hour: An ongoing window-replacement project at West Rocks Middle School has thrown a small wrench into August’s primary elections. Voters who normally vote there instead will be directed to cast ballots in the cafeteria of nearby All Saints

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Absentee ballots are now available for Aug. 14 primary elections

From The Hour: Absentee ballots are available at the Norwalk Town Clerk’s Office for voters who wish to cast ballots in primary elections Aug. 14 but won’t be able to get their polling place that day. Town Clerk Richard McQuaid

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An Update from Senator Chris Murphy

A brief update on what Senator Chris Murphy has been up to in our great state of Connecticut: On the evening of Tuesday, February 21st, Senator Murphy held a statewide town hall in West Hartford, where he discussed his policy

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“More Fear, Misinformation and Bombast From Republicans”

From the Connecticut State Senate: Senate President Martin M. Looney (D-New Haven) released the following statement regarding claims made by Republicans during their pre-legislative session press conference: “The Republicans couldn’t even wait for the opening of the General Assembly session

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Duff appoints Norwalk teacher to Commission on Children

From The Hour: Dr. Aneury “Reese” Morales, a Norwalk Public Schools teacher, was appointed to Connecticut’s Commission on Children by state Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff Thursday. Created by the Connecticut General Assembly in 1985, the Commission on Children study

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Senate Majority Leader Duff releases “2016 Economic Update”

From Senator Duff: Over the last eight years, the global recession and structural shi in our economy has led to uncertainty for families, businesses and state and local governments. While we still face some challenges, and there is more work

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Norwalk Dems reaffirm commitment to schools

From Nancy on Norwalk: Norwalk’s municipal leaders took steps Thursday to reassure parents: They support Norwalk Superintendent of Schools Steven Adamowski. It’s not that they don’t want to fund Adamowski’s operating budget, it’s that they think there are other methods than

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Norwalk charter revision commission set to begin work

From Nancy on Norwalk: The Commission, headed by Attorney Bill Fitzgerald, will have until April 5 to deliberate on possible changes on Norwalk’s charter and submit its proposals instead of the March 22 deadline written in the original charter-forming resolution.

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