Janet M. McCarty

Criscuolo stops collecting overdue taxes to avoid conflict

Peter Criscuolo has been a marshal or sheriff in Connecticut for 24 years and said he has never been accused of wrongdoing.

But Republican Town Committee treasurer Antoinetta Carmody recently said Criscuolo was making money off North Haven taxpayers while serving as chairman of the Democratic Town Committee, something she implied was unethical.

Still not sure

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Freda, residents, voiced their uncertainty about the proposed 2008-09 budget at a public hearing

Selectman Michael Freda hasn't made up his mind about this year's budget proposal, but he told about 70 residents at Tuesday night's public budget hearing that he should be able to come to a decision within the next week.

Public budget hearing and special town meeting set for Tuesday night

Residents will have their chance voice their opinion about the proposed budget for the 2008-09 fiscal year and vote on an appropriation of $250,000 for the special education program April 8 at North Haven High School.

McCarty shares view on state of the town

The state of the town is strong, according to First Selectman Janet M. McCarty.

McCarty celebrates first 100 days in office

  First Selectman Janet M. McCarty celebrated her first 100 days in office surrounded by town employees, department heads and supporters in the Town Hall conference room during a celebration breakfast March 12.

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Citizen photo by Michael Russo
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Citizen photo by Michael Russo
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Peter Criscuolo, chairman of the Democratic Town Committee, congratulates First Selectman Janet M. McCarty on her first 100 days in office during a party at Town Hall March 12.
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