Category: Government

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Rep. Will Duff Hails Bill Stopping Gov.’s Mid-Year Education Cuts

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Vote NO, TOO HIGH in Bethel — Letter to the Editor from Bill Hillman

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Statement by Senator Toni Boucher on the Defeat of Tolls for the 2018 Legislative Session

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Capitol Update May 1, 2018: Sen. Boucher Continues Fight Against Higher Taxes, Tolls

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Bethel Annual Town Budget Referendum #2, May 10th

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WARNING NOTICE of Special Town Meeting: Police Project Funding, May 3rd

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Bethel Republican Town Committee Voted to Endorse Candidates for November Elections

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Senator McLachlan Receives AARP Capitol Caregiver Award

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Senator Boucher Invites Local Entrepreneurs to Attend Women-Owned Business Day at the Capitol

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Senator McLachlan: Bonding Bill to Fund School Safety Technology Will Improve Safety for Connecticut Children

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Bethel Revised Budget Will Go to Referendum May 10th

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Women’s Center and BHS Are Not Forthcoming About ‘Sexual Assault & Abuse Prevention & Awareness’ Class at BHS This Monday

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Boucher Announces Decision

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VIDEO: State Senator Toni Boucher Honors Former First Lady Barbara Bush

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‘Notification of Special Meeting’ of the Board of Selectman, April 16th

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Rep. Will Duff, Legislators Honor Pair of Civic-Minded Couples at Annual Danbury Day Celebration

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Senator Boucher: ‘New Rail Line to Use 30-year-old Rail Cars? What?’

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VIDEO: ‘Who’s the Captain of This Ship?’ Question Asked by McCorkindale About the New Police Station Project, at Meeting of the BOS, BOF, PS&BC

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Bethel Referendum Results: Town Budget Failed; School Budget Passed; Capital Budget Failed

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Letter to the Editor: The Blue Wave is Washing Away Bethel’s Most Vulnerable Taxpayers

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Letter to the Editor: Special Interest Politics Will Produce Ever Higher Property and Business Taxes Unless Forgotten Taxpayers ‘Vote NO’

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VIDEOS: Bethel’s Proposed $7.9 Million 2018-2019 Budget Goes to Referendum

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Bethel Planning & Zoning Commission: Special Meeting to Discuss 2018 Town of Bethel Plan of Conservation and Development, April 4th

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‘A Reflection on March 14th’ BHS Essays for Protest Discipline Were Due Friday, or Students Get Suspension; Will This Be Only Punishment for Breaking School Rules?

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Letter to the Editor: Accountability on Police Station Project; Small Percent of Voters Demanding a Turf Field is Not a Mandate; Turf Field Safety Issues

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Letter to the Editor: Bethel Taxpayers are Discovering a New Meaning to the Phrase, ‘March Madness!’

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Bethel First Selectman Knickerbocker Blames New Bethel Police Station Cost Overage on ‘Market Changes’ and Says Turf Field is ‘Inevitable’

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Town of Bethel, Connecticut Notice of Annual Town Budget Meeting, April 2nd

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Murphy, Warren, Help Committee Democrats Request Committee Hearing on Causes & Remedies of School Shootings

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Eye On Bethel’s Featured Guest is State Rep. Stephen Harding, March 28-29th