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Former mayor’s executive aide finds new gig

ABOVE: Lynn Arnow, former Mayor Michael Pavia’s executive aide (ADVOCATE) STAMFORD — Lynn Arnow, who served as former Mayor Michael Pavia’s executive aide, has found a new job as chief of staff for Trumbull First Selectman Tim Herbst. Arnow is tasked with coordinating all department heads and cabinet members and serving as the first selectman’s […] [Read More]
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Pavia to announce a fill for the hole in the ground

STAMFORD — After more than 30 years as a vacant lot, the piece of property downtown known as “the hole in the ground” may finally be developed. Mayor Michael Pavia issued a a press release Wednesday afternoon to announce he will make an announcment at 9 a.m. Thursday on “a resolution to a decades-long land-use […] [Read More]

Pavia, Fedele endorse Kolenberg for senate

Mayor Michael Pavia may be having an epic standoff with the Board of Finance this week, but that didn’t prevent him from wholeheartedly throwing his support behind fellow Republican Bob Kolenberg in his campaign to win a seat in the state senate next Tuesday. Pavia was among a trio of top Stamford GOPs to show […] [Read More]

Pavia blasts Board of Finance

Seems Mayor Michael Pavia has had enough of the Board of Finance’s latest actions after they rejected additional overtime funding for snow removal and failed to pass funding for the Board of Ethics which is conducting an ongoing investigation into finance board Chairman Joe Tarzia. Pavia issued a statement Saturday saying the board is overstepping […] [Read More]
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Pavia congratulates Docimo on reappointment

Mayor Michael Pavia has congratulated Mickey Docimo on his recent reappointment to serve as Director of Parks and Recreation. The appointment was a batch of new appointments approved by the Board of Representatives earlier this week. At 19 appointments, the mayor called it a “record.” From the mayor’s office: Record Number of Appointments Approved for […] [Read More]

North Stamford group settles Scofieldtown lawsuit

This just in. The North Stamford Concerned Citizens have settled a lawsuit with the city over Stamford’s plans to remediate the long-closed Scofieldtown landfill. The group filed an application for injunction in August, after the city announced it had reached began negotiating a consent order with the state Department of Environmental Protection on steps Stamford […] [Read More]

Pavia lifts snow emergency

Above: A City of Stamford snow plow works Hope Street after a lighter storm in February. Stamford Mayor Michael Pavia has declared the snow emergency lifted in the city, effective 9 a.m. Wednesday. Contrary to National Weather Service reports, which said Stamford snowfall topped out at 10 inches Monday, the mayor’s office quoted the Connecticut […] [Read More]

Mayor Pavia says Urban Transitway complete

Above: Pedestrians walk past construction on the transitway at the corner of Elm Street and Myrtle Avenue in August. One year and two months after the city aimed to complete the first phase of the Stamford Urban Transitway, Mayor Michael Pavia announced Tuesday the roadway portion of the work is complete. Merry Christmas Stamford drivers! […] [Read More]