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Regarding the Adoption of Town and School Budgets

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The proposed budgets for the town and the schools can be viewed on the Town of Redding website – www.townofreddingct.org – click on the green budget button on the home page – 20-21 Draft Budget. Residents can email comments on the budget to: budget2021comments@townofreddingct.org You must include your name and address in the email. The Board of Finance will review all comments at their meeting. Please visit the Town of Redding CT website to learn more. To view Governor…

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Town Budget Meeting Set for Thurs. April 16th

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The Town of Redding has scheduled its Annual Budget Hearing for Thursday April 16th. There are many uncertainties related to how the budget process may differ this year: town officials plan to conduct budget deliberations using a virtual meeting platform accessible to the public. There will also be opportunities for public input and comments. This all stems from the current inability to hold public gatherings and machine votes due to the pandemic. The Governor has issued Executive…

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Senator Will Haskill Joins Redding First Selectwoman Julia Pemberton at Redding Town Hall on Wednesday

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State Senator Will Haskell (D-Westport) will join Redding First Selectwoman Julia Pemberton on Wednesday, December 4 at 12:00 pm at the Redding Town Hall. The Brown Bag Lunch is an opportunity for residents to come together and engage in lively conversation about matters of interest related to the town of Redding and other subjects. “Heading into a new decade, the format of our monthly gathering is evolving to include a special guest and this month’s guest…

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Redding League of Women Voters Annual Holiday Luncheon with Guest Speaker

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Join the Redding League of Women Voters on December 10 for a delicious lunch and to continue our conversation on racism featuring “NOT MY IDEA” children’s book author and illustrator Anastasia Higginbotham. Please RSVP by Dec. 3 to: Jinny Cohen at vhcints@optonline.net. “A smooth, loving ‘on ramp’ for white families engaging in discussions of race.” —Ann Santori https://anastasiahigginbotham.com/not-my-idea/

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LIGHTS FOR LIBERTY: A Vigil to End Human Detention Camps

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The Redding Lights for Liberty event will be on the beautiful town green this Friday, 7:30-9pm. Come listen to guidance from these special guests! *Raghib Allie Brennan—State Representative, District 2 *Liz Jorgenson—Congressional award-winning psychologist specializing in child brain development *Samuel Morett—personal coach and speaker, native of Venezuela *Anne Hughes—State Representative, District 135 *Dr. Mario Mendoza—Medical Affairs Consultant and Founder, lifeundocumented.org, native of El Salvador *Alex Meyerovich, Esq.—Managing Partner with M.C Law Group and board member of…

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Soul Searching Begins For Connecticut Republicans After Election Rout

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From The Hartford Courant, November 9,2018: “The Democratic field operation was one of the strongest that I’ve seen and ours was a complete and utter joke,” former Trumbull First Selectman Tim Herbst said. “It was an unmitigated disaster. When you are in a blue state as a Republican, you’ve got to have that field program. You’ve got to touch unaffiliated voters. The Democrats kicked our teeth in when it came to the ground game.” READ THE…

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REDDING DEMOCRATS RALLY FOR RAGHIB

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Check out the photos below from Sunday’s Rally with Chris Murphy. Raghib Allie-Brennan is an outstanding, honorable young man running for State Representative, district 2, who will work tirelessly if elected. The one term (early Trump supporting) Republican incumbent has gone out of the way to denigrate his Democratic constituents on social media. Senator Chris Murphy came to Bethel to support Raghib and rallied the crowd before groups formed to go door-knocking and write postcards…

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