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Carol May 27, 2012 at 01:13 pm
As a resident, small business owner and bank customer I am sad to see Mark retire. The impact he hasRead More had on this town is outstanding. He will be missed and remembered. I hope the incoming people have the same insight, understanding of Windsor and continue to keep Windsor Federal a base anchor in Windsor.
R Eleveld May 28, 2012 at 02:25 am
Congratulations Mark. Local businesses giving back is what weaves additional strength into theRead More fabric of our community
Tonya Healis May 18, 2012 at 01:29 pm
What a wonderful article Julian, and yes, you are right, you will be hard pressed to find a JayceeRead More who would not experience that overwhemling discomfort speaking about what it is that we do for our community. We are a very lucky organization to have such wonderful members who not only work tirelessly for our community, but enjoy what it is that we do. It truly is an inspiring group of indivduals! We are proud of what we are able to accomplish together, the friendships we have with one another and more importantly the difference that we make within the community in which we live, and where we choose to raise our families. So here's to The Windsor Jaycees and the 40th year Shad Derby!
Cheryl Curtis May 4, 2012 at 04:10 pm
Congratulations to Laura, one of the hardest working , most energetic people I know. HerRead More contributions to the Windsor community are much appreciated.
Bill Generous March 9, 2012 at 02:14 pm
Other towns vote on Tuesdays and typically have nearly twice the percentage turnout at a budgetRead More referendum than Windsor. Nine other CT towns have had Saturday voting over the last 6 years for budget referendums. While a small sample size, it doesn't show it increases turnout. This Saturday's vote might not reveal too much about whether Saturday voting would improve turnout in Windsor since it is for a relatively small budget item and there is only one polling place, both of which tend to reduce turnout.
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