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Board of Reps to name new finance board member

  STAMFORD — The Board of Representatives will hold a special meeting Monday night to fill the finance board vacancy created by David Martin’s election to the mayor’s office. Martin, elected in

Photos: Martin’s midnight swearing-in ceremony

ABOVE: Gov. Dannel P. Malloy swore in David Martin as Stamford’s 31st mayor at midnight Sunday (Contributed Photo) STAMFORD — Mayor David Martin officially became the city’s chief elected official at

Martin announces two senior-level appointments

  ABOVE: Director of Administration Michael Handler, left, and Chief of Staff Michael Pollard, right. STAMFORD — Mayor David Martin unveiled two senior-level appointments Tuesday morning, announcing

Stamford’s First Lady: Judy Martin

ABOVE: Judy Martin, lower right, watches her husband, Mayor David Martin, deliver remarks during his swearing-in ceremony at the Government Center Monday. (Jason Rearick/THE ADVOCATE) STAMFORD —

VIDEO: Mayor David Martin takes oath of office

STAMFORD — David Martin became the city’s 31st mayor Monday after taking the oath of office for the second time in as many days. Martin’s father, Gene Martin, swore him in during the afternoon

Mayor-Elect still fundraising

 STAMFORD — Mayor-Elect David Martin may have already captured the mayor’s office, but he’s not quite finished paying for the election campaign that got him there. Martin, who beat out his

Martin schedules swearing in ceremonies

ABOVE: Mayor-Elect David Martin with his wife and daughter at their North Stamford home in October. STAMFORD — Mayor-Elect David Martin will officially become the city’s 31st mayor at midnight on

What is the mayoral transition team doing?

  ABOVE: Transition Team Chairman Tim Curtin (left) and Vice Chair Martin Levine (right) STAMFORD — What are the 19 members of the mayoral transition team busying themselves with these next few

Finance board prepares for membership change

    ABOVE: From left to right, Tim Abbazia, Kathleen Murphy, Richard Freedman, Sal Gabriele STAMFORD — The finance board bid farewell to half its membership Thursday night at its last meeting

Statewide voter turnout barely broke 30%

STAMFORD — Last week’s municipal elections lured only 31 percent of the state’s 2 million registered voters to the polls, Secretary of the State Denise Merrill’s office reported Tuesday. Stamford,