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Long delays at Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Commission leave public in the dark

Two years ago, a mystery was unfolding inside Avon Town Hall. Long-time police chief Mark Rinaldo was abruptly placed on leave in November 2019, and town officials were tight-lipped about the decision, saying only that allegations had surfaced about his conduct. Join in the work of CT Mirror You may …

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GIRL FROM HIT & RUN CASE @ JURONG TOWN HALL RD SEEKS INFORMATION

A family member of a hit and run victim appeals for information about the accident to the victim on January 29, 2022, on a Sunday at around 11:45 p.m. at a crossroads in Jurong Town Hall Road. The said accident occurred between a white Toyota Sienta vehicle and an elderly …

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Worried about being kicked out? Free Monday Town Hall will offer information on how to stay in safe accommodation

CHICAGO – Those concerned about eviction can find out about resources to help them at a free virtual event on Monday. The town hall event will focus on providing residents in need with information on how they can avoid being evicted and stay safely housed, according to a press release …

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Administrative formalities or confidentiality? Restrictions surround information sharing and student engagement for new college working groups

History | Ryan Yeo (he / him), editor-in-chiefPictures | Martin Choo (he / him) Yale-NUS College and University Scholars Program (USP) student representatives on New College Working Groups (WGs) were unable to disclose details of their meetings and engage with students without prior approval. from their respective WG Chairs, the …

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Pandemic could further erode New England city reunion

MIDDLESEX, Vermont – The town reunion, for centuries, has been a staple of life in New England – but the coronavirus pandemic could hasten the departure of the tradition where people come together to debate everything, from the purchase of local road equipment to multi-million dollar budgets to pressing social …

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Could the pandemic further erode the New England city reunion? | Vermont News

By WILSON RING, Associated Press MIDDLESEX, Vermont (AP) – The town reunion, for centuries, has been a staple of life in New England – but the coronavirus pandemic could hasten the departure of the tradition where people come together to debate everything from the purchase of local road equipment to …

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How the pandemic could further erode the New England city reunion

Reuniting the town, for centuries, has been a staple of life in New England – but the coronavirus pandemic could hasten the departure of the tradition where people come together to debate everything from buying to local road equipment with multi-million dollar budgets to pressing social problems. The basis of …

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Valley News – Pandemic further erodes New England town meeting tradition

MIDDLESEX, Vt. – The town meeting, for centuries, has been a staple of New England life – but the coronavirus pandemic could hasten the departure from the tradition where people gather to debate everything from buying equipment local truck with budgets of several million dollars for urgent social problems. The …

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Stranger helps New England town over 2,000 miles away

Francestown, NH – Bill Smith, a 90-year-old philanthropist from Nevada, had never set foot in New Hampshire when he decided to save a 203-year-old country store in the small community here. He read the plight of Francestown in the Wall Street Journal in July 2017: Townspeople had seen a piece …

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