New post on Democratic Voices by Rich Boritz.
Rich shares his experiences at the Newtown Action Alliance demonstration at the NSSF on Demand Action Day. To learn more check out Questioning Beliefs on our blog and Comment on our Facebook page!
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With all the districts reporting, Lisa Romano is down by 88 votes for the 106th. There are about 1400 absentee ballots still out there.
At tonight’s candidates forum, Lisa Romano makes a good case for her election. Her background as a realtor, Masters degree in Education and community service give her a strong understanding of the issues facing our town and the state.
Lisa Romano is the Democratic candidate for the 106th district. You can learn more about her at http://www.lisaromano4ct.com. We will also be putting up some information here to help you get to know Lisa and see why she wants to earn your vote!
Due to the Town of Newtown’s BOARD OF SELECTMEN ADJUSTMENTS DUE TO LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL’S LUMP SUM REDUCTION OF $119,685 (ON 06/06/2012)
Eichler’s Cove Beach will open one hour later than scheduled starting July 1- Labor Day.
Eichler’s Cove Beach New Schedule:
12:00pm -7:00pm Monday – Friday July 1st Through August 31st.
11:00am-7:00pm Saturday & Sunday July 1st Through August 31st.
September 1st & 2nd 11:00 – 7:00pm Saturday & Sunday
September 3rd Labor Day- 2:00pm – 7:00pm
The Legislative Council met and made some changes to the budget for the fourth time in an attempt to get a budget passed. Newtowners will be heading to the polls a fifth time this July.