Category: Government

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Bethel First Selectman Knickerbocker’s Lengthy Comment About Last Night’s BOS Meeting Regarding Religious Displays on Public Property

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Bethel Religious Holiday Display Committee 3rd Meeting: ‘Baby Steps’ Says Chairwoman Holly Heslin; BOS Meeting is Tonight, Aug. 6th, Final Decision

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Bethel Board of Selectman Meeting Regarding a Final Decision on Allowing the Nativity and Other Displays is Scheduled for Aug. 6th

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Town of Bethel Says FOIA Law Allows Residents’ Email Addresses to Be Revealed to ‘Individuals or Organizations’ If They ‘Opted In’ to Receive the Town Newsletter

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Letter to the Editor: Correspondence to the Bethel Board of Selectmen for Meeting on Aug. 6 to Discuss ‘Religious Displays’

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What to Know About Single-Use Plastic Bag Fee, Law Effective in CT Aug. 1, 2019

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Are Bethel CT Residents’ ‘Public Comments’ at Bethel Meetings Recorded Accurately? Or at All? Are Agenda Notifications Posted Properly?

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CIRMA Issues Members’ Equity Distribution Check to the Town of Bethel and Bethel Board of Education

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‘An Open Letter to Bethel Atheists’ – Opinion / Letter to the Editor

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Bethel Republican Caucus Unanimously Endorses Pat Rist as GOP candidate for Bethel First Selectwoman

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Bethel Democratic Caucus Unanimously Endorses Matt Knickerbocker for Bethel First Selectman

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‘Lights for Liberty’ Protest and Vigil Brought 200 People to Bethel for a Cause to Stop Immigrant ‘Concentration Camps’

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‘Lights for Liberty’ to Protest Conditions in Migrant Detention Camps on USA Southern Border, in Bethel on July 12th

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BRTC Will Vote to Endorse Pat Rist for Bethel First Selectwoman Candidate to Run against First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker

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Gov. Lamont’s First Visit to Bethel Faced Protestors, Questions, Requests, Praise and Angry Words from Attendees

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Happy Birthday America! 4th of July, 2019, by Toni Boucher

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Bethel’s ‘Religious Holiday Display Committee’ Second Official Meeting Is No Closer to a Solution

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Governor Lamont to Visit Bethel on July 1st for Public Meeting Q&A, It Already Begins with Controversy

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Tolls: Refusing to Listen to the Will of the People, by Toni Boucher

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Bethel’s ‘Religious Holiday Display Committee’ First Official Meeting Has Many Issues to Address

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Broken Promises – Part 2 by Toni Boucher

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Broken Promises – Part 1 by Toni Boucher

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Friday is Gun Violence Awareness Day, Bethel Will Honor Emily Todd

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Governor Lamont Statement on the Connecticut Option

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SEEC Moves Forward with Investigation of BPS Supt. Dr. Carver and the BOE Regarding a BAC Complaint

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Gov. Lamont Urges Women-Owned Businesses in States with New Abortion Laws, to Relocate to CT

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Toni Boucher Completes Training to Advance Civil Discourse in State Legislatures

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Many Voices, Many Issues Discussed at Bethel Charter Revision Committee Meeting on May 8th

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BETHEL NOTICE: Charter Revision Meeting Tonight, May 8th, 7PM

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Bethel Town Budget Passes In All Districts by 189 Votes