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Don lived for many years in East Haven, Connecticut, where he was active in local politics, serving as Minority Leader of the Representative Town meeting.
in political science from Sacred Heart University and is an active member of her community, where she served as a member of the Representative Town Meeting (RTM) in Fairfield, CT, and is currently involved in several local charities.
In a unique approach to offer the public an opportunity for comment and participation in this project, Flatto and Starwood Ceruzzi have agreed that, before presenting the final plans to TPZ in late January, Flatto will ask the Town's Economic Development Department and Starwood Ceruzzi to jointly present the plan for public approval to the Board of Selectman and the Representative Town Meeting (RTM) in January;
Before you get into a question of open town meeting, representative town meeting or council, you have to fix the rest of the charter because that in itself will help you before you get into this huge debate," Mr.
As a Republican member of the Representative Town Meeting (RTM), he votes as a fiscal conservative dedicated to securing a flourishing future for Fairfield by slowing spending and reducing the residential tax burden.
When Webster adopted its first charter on March 10, 1987, the town opted for representative town meetings.
For ten years he served as a member of the Greenwich Representative Town Meeting, and he was secretary for District 10.
Auburn has a representative town meeting, with members elected from each of five precincts.