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Warren should "celebrate" a Superior Court ruling that clarifies how state education dollars are distributed, but it should not celebrate long. The ruling by Judge Luis Matos is a significant setback for Warren's partners in this regional school … more
It may cost them a few dollars on a tax rate that is the envy of most towns around, but Westport voters can and should vote yes on two questions that will help their town out of an impossible budget squeeze. Questions 2 and 3 on Tuesday’s … more
It may cost them a few dollars on a tax rate that is the envy of most towns around, but Westport voters can and should vote yes on two questions that will help their town out of an impossible budget squeeze. Questions 2 and 3 on Tuesday’s … more
Town budget season should be a time for debate, dueling philosophies and innovative ideas. It's not. Budget season has become mostly an exercise in rubber stamps and congratulatory self-hugs. That's because 95 percent of the budget has been … more
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