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The Lamont Era Is Underway

RYAN CARON KING/WNPR New Gov. Ned Lamont unveiled a $43 billion two year budget Wednesday.

The plan “seeks to straighten out state finances by refinancing debt, capping new borrowing and future pensions, and socking it to hospitals and Coke and Sunny D drinkers,” according to The New Haven Independent.

ACTION-PACKED DERBY PLANNING AND ZONING MEETING

Photo by Eugene Driscoll The Derby Planning and Zoning Commission met Tuesday night for four hours.

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Valley Indy Podcast: Ansonia PD Swearing-In Ceremony

As I reported Friday, veteran Ansonia police officer Andrew Cota was promoted to interim chief of police during a well-attended and warm ceremony in Ansonia City Hall.

For this “Navel Gazing” mini-podcast, I’ve published the audio from the ceremony, which included brief remarks from Mayor David Cassetti, the new chief’s father, and Cota himself.

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Lamont Wants To Curb Borrowing

Gov. Ned Lamont pledged Tuesday to slam the brakes on state borrowing, proposing a “debt diet” that could drain significant resources from municipal school construction and capital projects at state universities.

It also would make it difficult in 2020 for Lamont’s fellow Democrats in the legislature to obtain borrowing for small, community-based projects — labeled “pork-barrel spending” by critics — as they run for re-election.

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The Lamont Era Is Underway

RYAN CARON KING/WNPR New Gov. Ned Lamont unveiled a $43 billion two year budget Wednesday.

The plan “seeks to straighten out state finances by refinancing debt, capping new borrowing and future pensions, and socking it to hospitals and Coke and Sunny D drinkers,” according to The New Haven Independent.

ACTION-PACKED DERBY PLANNING AND ZONING MEETING

Photo by Eugene Driscoll The Derby Planning and Zoning Commission met Tuesday night for four hours.

That’s not news, but here’s the thing:

It’s 11:20 p.m. Tuesday, it’ll be long past midnight by the time I finish this post, I’m 45 years old but I feel 80, my kid’s had the flu since Friday, and I gotta figure out how to drive my mother-in-law to the airport Wednesday for a 9:30 p.m. flight back to North Carolina.

Continue reading ‘ACTION-PACKED DERBY PLANNING AND ZONING MEETING’

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