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Most of the voters in Branford have a decision to make this November 6th. No incumbent is running to represent us. Now is the right time to push the state in the right direction. Bob Imperato is the person voters should want to protect and fight for their interests. He is the right person at…

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I am supporting Bob Imperato in his run to become Branford’s State Representative in the Connecticut General Assembly. Bob’s professional background has been in business, banking and finance. That coupled with his extensive involvement in local governmental affairs, including the Board of Fi…

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2000+ people gathered on one town green to show love, unity, support, lit candles, sang praise,and were asked to hug a neighbor to memorialize a 10 year old that lived life as an inspiration to others. And we did. So much love in one place.....8 miles away on another green...KKK demonstrator…

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Where Do the Puppies Really Come From? The only thing people see is the cute, fluffy, puppies that look ready to be adopted. But there’s more to it then what meets the eye. It is no surprise that the puppies sold at All Pet’s Club come from puppy mills throughout the USA. Most people aren’t …

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Thank you, thank you, thank you, Town of Branford, for supporting the benefit for us on February 1.  It was an overwhelming show of support as we traverse this up and down journey through cancer.

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It is hard to imagine a local state senate race that has Ted Kennedy Jr. in it being overshadowed by a national race, but this year, it seems to be the case.  While his first run in 2014 saw the district blanketed in lawn signs, workers walking door to door and a steady stream of mailers, an…

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A basic look at voter registration numbers in Branford would seem to indicate that any Democratic candidate would have an open path to victory on election day. With an almost 2-to-1 advantage, Democrats should be able to put up almost anyone, get out the vote, and cruise to victory.

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This week, the General Assembly - including all three of our local elected officials - voted to approve a package of $220 million in tax credits, tax exemptions and forgivable loans to Sikorsky Aircraft. Sikorsky is a massive company, bringing in over $7 billion a year in sales, and is owned…

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While the 2016 election is in full swing, it has become clear that there is a group focused on, not 2016, but 2017, when the local Democrats will attempt to defeat first selectman Jamie Cosgrove, or, at the very least, defeat his running mate, Joe Higgins, to garner control of the Board of S…

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This week, the Branford Planning and Zoning Commission will begin hearing on a major project, the demolition and rebuilding of Parkside Village 1, a senior housing/disabled living facility on Montowese Avenue in Indian Neck. The project includes increasing the units from 50 to 71, replacing …

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