STAMFORD — A dozen people stepped to the microphone at West Rocks Middle School in Norwalk on Tuesday, peppering Gov. Dannel P. Malloy with questions on topics ranging from education to genetically modified food labeling.
Fiscal/Budget: The Board of Representatives Fiscal committee will consider a half-dozen requests for additional appropriations at their monthly meeting, followed immediately by budget hearings for the law department, human resources, employee benefits and debt service. The committee will then vote on recommended cuts to the city’s $493.8 million budget, which will go before the full board for final reductions May 7. Agenda. View the mayor’s proposed budget here. Starts at 7 p.m. in the Democratic Caucus room on the fourth floor.
STAMFORD — Three years after a former human resources employee lodged the grievance that led to the political downfall of longtime Board of Finance member Joe Tarzia, Stamford’s Board of Ethics is again showing signs of activity.
STAMFORD — City native John Zito has launched a quiet mayoral campaign aimed at delivering a populist message to working and middle-class residents.
STAMFORD — Mayor Michael Pavia delivered a ringing account of the city’s economic position during his fourth and final State of the City address Wednesday afternoon.
STAMFORD — Republican mayoral contender Michael Fedele formally unveiled his candidacy Saturday at the University of Connecticut’s downtown campus in an animated rally packed with political supporters and local GOP heavyweights.
STAMFORD — Mayoral candidate David Martin slammed Mayor Michael Pavia’s arrangement with Norwalk developer Building and Land Technology to build a boatyard at 205 Magee Ave., vowing to vote against the deal if it comes before the Board of Finance.