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Answering Dr. King’s Call to Action

Watching the unspeakable suffering the Haitian people are experiencing this week due to the earthquake, I’m reminded of the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in his Letter from Birmingham Jail. 
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Happy Holidays!

During this holiday season, it’s easy to get lost in the bustle of planning, traffic and shopping, and all too often, we forget about what’s most important.  The former Director of Legal Affairs for
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Mill River

For over 350 years the Mill River has been controlled by a series of dams, and on Monday, my last day in office, the river ran unencumbered along its natural riverbed for the first time in centuries.
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We have accomplished much together

At the end of my 14-year administration, I’ve had ample opportunity to reflect back on my time as Stamford’s mayor. It’s been an honor and privilege; an experience that I will always look back on with
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Scofieldtown Area Remediation Task Force

Yesterday, I announced today the creation of a new Scofieldtown Area Remediation Task Force to provide guidance to City boards, commissions, and administration in dealing with the problems presented
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Stamford Ends the Year with a Surplus

This week, I announced that the City of Stamford has posted a general fund operating year end surplus for fiscal year 2008-2009 of $1.3 million. The 2008-09 operating surplus represents approximately
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WPCA to hold Open House

This morning, the Stamford Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA) announced that they will hold an Open House and Special Meeting on Tuesday, September 29 to discuss the Waste-to-Energy Project. 
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Farms Road Bridge

This morning, I announced that construction of the Replacement of the Farms Road Bridge over the East Branch of the Mianus River is completed.  This project is the culmination of many years of design
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