Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall.
Fourth Annual Barbecue was held on Saturday, September 12, 2009. Merwin Meadows served as the backdrop for another festive gathering of town Democrats with local, state, and national leaders.
Two committed leaders up for re-election to the Board of Education. Chair Karen Birck and Barbara Myers both believe in the importance of quality education, not only in the lives of students but for the entire community.
The annual Fall BBQ Fundraiser, held on Saturday, September 12 at Merwin Meadows drew the highest attendance in years, despite the touch-and-go weather conditions and the fact that the 2009 elections will feature municipal races but no state or national contests.
Confusing Town finance with State budget issues is one matter, but misrepresenting the income tax provision in the budget recently enacted by the legislature is quite another, as Al Alper did in his Sept. 3 letter. Several omissions and some disturbing implications could also be noted in the Sept. 3 commentary by Gail Lavielle on transportation and stimulus.
The Town of Wilton is run by volunteers – some elected and others appointed by the Board of Selectmen. The Democratic incumbents of appointed positions are detailed here.