Archive for April, 2008

Thank You, Monroe

The Monroe budget was approved at referendum on 4/22.  Thank you to all the citizens who took the time out of their day to let their voices be heard.

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Board of Education Votes to Cut $866,816

At tonight's Board of Education meeting, the Board took its first action towards the $950,000 in reductions they have been faced with after the failed

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Making the Right Call At The Polls

Monroe Courier Editorial 4/17/08, Marla Hoffman Now that Monroe is approaching the eve of another referendum, I urge voters to consider the facts of

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Absentee Ballots for 4/22

Absentee Ballots for 4/22

Absentee ballots for the 4/22 budget referendum vote are available.  You may stop by Town Hall and fill out your ballot from 9am-5pm at the Town Cler

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Monroe On the Record

Check out the first three episodes of "Monroe On the Record" and get informed about what is going on with our town.  Each episode can be viewed live

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Monroe budget cut by $400,000

JOEL C. THOMPSON, Connecticut Post MONROE — While officials and the public continue to ponder what it will take to approve a town budget for the n

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Please Vote April 22!

The 4/1/08 voter list is available by clicking this link. This voter list contains the names of people who voted on April 1. This voter list was made

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$400,000 In Cuts

The First Selectman alone makes the decision on how to proceed with the town budget prior to the next scheduled referendum. He held a meeting on April

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Budget Vote Fails

The results of the April 1st referendum are in.  The budget was not approved, losing by 917 votes. First Selectman Buzi has stated that if the budge

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