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Does Joe Aresimowicz put his constituents in the 30th Connecticut House District first or public employee unions first?

Connecticut General Assembly Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz speaking at the 2014 CEUI Convention. Joe Aresimowicz, in speaking to a governmental employee union group in 2014, assured governmental union employees that he would be looking out for them: “You guys have one of your own that sits in the caucus room of the General Assembly. You cannot replicate that.” “I will never allow an anti-collective bargaining bill to be called to the House floor. I’m the majority leader. I can make that guarantee.” “Please, stand together, stand as brothers and sisters, and be a family. And make sure we are looking out for our own.” Continue reading

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Anne Reilly raises questions regarding Berlin’s Board of Education urging more transparency and accountability

Anne Reilly raises questions regarding Berlin’s Board of Education urging more transparency and accountability. Are Democrats being disingenuous–if not hypocritical and insulting to Berlin taxpayers–suggesting that Berlin’s Board of Education has been nonpartisan? Continue reading

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Berlin Police Department: Military Weapons?

Was the rifle, the AR-15, ever used in the military? Is the Colt AR-15 a military rifle? Continue reading

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Does the Town of Berlin, Connecticut, truly need a new Police Station costing $21 million?

John Klett, Deputy Chief of the Berlin Connecticut Police Department, recently published a video tour of the current Berlin Police Station, which is forty years old.  Mr. Klett catalogues an endless number of deficiencies in the current police station, including steel bars on … Continue reading

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Al Terzi WTIC-TV FOX CT on the Berlin Property Owners Association (BPOA)

WTIC-TV FOX CT interviewed attendees and Town Councilors on the $2.2 million increase in Berlin’s annual budget.William Brighenti, an attendee of the BPOA, Charles Paonessa and David Evans, Berlin Town Councilors, spoke during the interview.Next meeting of the Berlin Property Owners Association … Continue reading

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Our rich Connecticut Senator, Richard Blumenthal, double dips into our tax dollars

Since when does giving back mean getting compensated $221,000 per year for public service? Continue reading

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The Depot Crossing in Berlin, Connecticut: Another Government Bailout of Banks, Financial Institutions, and Investors?

The Town of Berlin plans to purchase the Depot Crossing. Haven’t we learned anything from bank bailouts? Continue reading

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Another regressive tax on the middle class?! Will Abercrombie, Aresimowicz, and Gerratana vote for yet another regressive tax on working families?

Connecticut has the best tax system that money can buy! Continue reading

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My email to Congressman John Larson, House Representative from Connecticut’s 1st District, on the Fiscal Cliff

My email to Congressman John Larson, House Representative from Connecticut’s 1st District, on the Fiscal Cliff. Dear Congressman John Larson, please do not support President Obama’s likely concession to the Republican “Grand Bargain”: three cuts in spending for every dollar raised from “revenue enhancements”.
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Caveat emptor: beware of contractors who do not honor their quotations

Beware of contractors who do not honor their quotations. Caveat emptor! Miele Mechanical Services L.L.C. of Kensington, Connecticut, quoted me a maximum charge of $150, but then billed me $227.88 to replace the vent whistle on my oil tank. Continue reading

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