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Charter change is not the right solution to town retirement woes

Here’s an interesting number to consider: The taxpayer contribution to the town’s employee Retirement Fund in this year’s annual budget is a whopping $22.7 million.

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Remember, Democrats supported popular health care reform

The news regarding the success of the state’s health exchange, Access Health CT, just keeps getting better.

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Campaign shows Malloy’s desperation to defend failed policies

August’s primaries set the ballot for November’s election and, in a rematch, Tom Foley, the 2010 Republican candidate for governor, will again face incumbent Gov. Dannel Malloy, who won last time by only 6,400 votes.

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Taking outdated traditions on faith is no way to run a town

Greenwich is a very faith-based enterprise. For example, some of our BET believes that our town fathers back in 1930 brought forward with them the great faith of “pay as you go.”

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