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Monroe seeks purchase of Catholic school property

A memorandum of understanding will be presented to the Town Council.

UPDATED Election results: Latimer cruises in Westchester, Simmons tops Valentine in...

Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner and Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti both won their 16th terms.

Getting out the vote: Stamford, Norwalk among county’s fiercest competitions

How local business communities might develop in a post-pandemic world are top of mind for candidates in 20 races for mayor and first selectman.

Incumbent leaders returning to office – except for Fairfield’s Tetreau

Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, and Trumbull First Selectman Vicki Tesoro were all re-elected, while State Rep. Fred Camillo is taking as Greenwich First Selectman from the retiring Peter Tesei.

Monroe ramps up economic development efforts

Monroe is in some ways still a rural community -- “Our residential districts are all still called ‘residential and farming districts,’” notes First Selectman Ken Kellogg – but one that is determined to restart the competitive process for development.

New shopping center signals renewed approach to economic development in Monroe

“This is a refreshing concept for Monroe, bringing a new style and energy that I believe will encourage even more growth,” says First Selectman Ken Kellogg.

Lamont’s education plan includes more funds from municipalities, district consolidations

“With all due respect to the new governor and state legislature, this kind of a structural shift has implications that will extend far beyond the best intentions of present leadership," says Newtown First Selectman Dan Rosenthal.

Lamont pitches school consolidation plan to Fairfield County first selectmen

"It’s important to lead with the carrot and not force peoples’ hands,” the governor said.

Monroe budget wins overwhelming support from residents

The $84.9 million budget brings the town’s mill rate down from 35.76 to 35.24, a 1.44 decrease from the current fiscal year.

Monroe streamlines planning and zoning application process

The changes will be focused on reducing paperwork, as well as eliminating interim plan revision requirements prior to applications going before the Planning & Zoning Commission.