At the time I prepared my campaign signs in June of 2014, I had no idea that serving the community with integrity would lead to me being recalled based on lies by a small group of corrupt disgruntled town officials, read more»
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Comments:Posted on 5 Aug 2015, 5:40 by DoRight
First and foremost, I would like to thank Dana Manning for her service to the town. Its a thankless job that requires a load of personal time and commitment to do it right- and Dana has been doing it right, but that's part of the problem. The Board of Health has never followed a standard of practice that comes close to the expectations which Dana has set, for the simple reason that the town cronies wouldn't let it. It stands in their way of doing "business as usual", that is, business which puts the health and safety of the community second to their profiteering. Kudos to Dana for standing up to them- simply by doing the job right. When I saw the recall, I wasn't fooled. I knew exactly why this was happening. Just follow the money. Its politics at its worst. For a strong, healthy, law-abiding community that puts health before profits, vote NO for the recall. Thanks again Dana. You are a hero!
Posted on 5 Aug 2015, 8:04 by Money, Money, Money
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Follow the money is right! Selectman Mandel just bought a house to flip, the house is located at 16 Kimball Hill Road. Mandel paid $30,000 for the property. Here a link to the deed registered at the Registry of deeds:
IIt pays to be friends with the right people, Brian Johnson's Highway Department already improved the curb appeal of the property by re-paving Kimball Hill Road last week and should the property be in need of a new septic system, Kowalski and Robert Dymon will not waste a minute and the system, as so many others,will be installed without going through the required permitting process. Dana Manning is not conducive to do "business as usual". Dana refused to join their corrupt ranks as she has no ulterior motives to serve and this is why she has to go. If you have builders and real estate dealers running your town, this is what you get!
Posted on 26 May 2016, 21:44 by old man
Is rt 84 traffic noise getting worse?I know last year the state of Connecticut cut down some trees by the exit ramp saying that they must trim trees to keep them from falling on the highway.Late at night the noise just screams down the lake.I know I would pay to have Connecticut put up a sound barrier but a million dollars is a little much for me.If the town paid for it with our tax money the value of our homes would go up(Peaceful town)and hence,tax revenue would increase.