Ansonia Election 2017
by STAFF | Nov 22, 2017 10:29 am
David Cassetti and the candidates elected this month will be sworn into office 7 p.m. Nov. 30.
The inauguration will take place at Emmett O’Brien Technical High School, 141 Prindle Ave.
Cassetti, a two-term Republican incumbent, defeated Democratic challenger Tarek Raslan.
Continue reading ‘Cassetti To Take Oath Of Office Nov. 30 In Ansonia’
by STAFF | Nov 6, 2017 8:21 am
Election Day 2017 is Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Ansonia and Derby have hotly contested races for mayor.
Click here for a list of candidates and voting info in Ansonia.
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Click here for every story, video, podcast, press release, and letter to the editor The Valley Indy has published about the Ansonia race.
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Continue reading ‘Who Are You Voting For In Ansonia And Derby?’
by STAFF | Nov 5, 2017 12:31 pm
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Continue reading ‘Here Is A List Of Candidates For Office In Ansonia’
by Ethan Fry | Nov 4, 2017 9:01 am
Two-term incumbent Ansonia David Cassetti will face challenger Tarek Raslan in the municipal election Nov. 7.
Cassetti is a Republican. Prior to his election in 2013, he owned a construction business on Riverside Drive. He has also served as an Alderman and member of the Board of Police Commissioners.
Raslan is a Democrat. He moved to Ansonia two years ago and runs a real estate business. Before that, he worked as an analyst at Citibank in the UK and for a real estate business run by his family.
Continue reading ‘Cassetti And Raslan On The Issues Facing Ansonia’
by Patrick Henri | Letter to the Editor | Nov 3, 2017 1:22 pm
After two terms of serving on Ansonia’s Board of Aldermen (BOA), I have opted not to run again.
My days and nights are not my own so I need to establish a better balance and rediscover what “free time” is while still working full time and continuing my responsibilities with the Navy Reserve and the American Legion.
Continue reading ‘Henri: Pride Is Up, Taxes Are Down In Ansonia’
by Vincent Scarlata | Letter To The Editor | Nov 3, 2017 11:44 am
It’s unfortunate that an administration desperate to stay in office is irresponsible enough to misrepresent figures to try crediting themselves unduly!
Continue reading ‘Letter: Team Cassetti Misrepresenting Facts On School Funding’
by Janet Vitarius Waugh | Letter To The Editor | Nov 3, 2017 10:37 am
I am Janet Vitarius Waugh, Town and City Clerk for Ansonia Connecticut. I am running for re-election as the Republican candidate on November 7, 2017 and I am proud to be a part of Mayor David S. Cassetti’s Team.
Continue reading ‘Waugh: My Goal Is To Make Government More Accessible’
by Tarek Raslan | Letter To The Editor | Nov 2, 2017 3:53 pm
In life it’s good to celebrate the victories, it keeps morale high and keeps momentum going.
Continue reading ‘Letter: My Take On The State Of The City’
by Ethan Fry | Nov 2, 2017 5:35 am
Saying he has turned a stagnant city dotted with empty buildings into a “busy metropolis,” Ansonia Mayor David Cassetti closed a 90-minute presentation Wednesday by vowing “the best is yet to come.”
But he said his annual “State of the City” address had nothing to do with the local elections scheduled for Tuesday.
Continue reading ‘As Election Day Nears, Cassetti Promises ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’’
by Joseph Jaumann | Letter To The Editor | Nov 1, 2017 1:53 pm
As you prepare to cast your votes on Election Day, I hope you will take a moment to reflect on the state of our city. Where Ansonia was, where Ansonia is today, the direction Ansonia is headed.
Continue reading ‘Letter: I Will Support Efforts To Recharge Ansonia’