Tag: Mike Freda

North Haven residents to decide whether to put more money in education at expense of higher tax rate

[box]By Ebony Walmsley, New Haven Register[/box] Push back from residents concerned with this year’s Board of Education budget has forced First Selectman Michael Freda to issue a mass call to residents to poll their opinions. A

Carter Mario Injury Lawyers

North Haven “Gets Carter!”

Connecticut’s injury law firm, Carter Mario Injury Lawyers, is pleased to announce the opening of the growing law firm’s newest location in the state at 12 Montowese Avenue in North Haven, CT. The 5,000 square

North Haven Legislative Delegation Announces State Grant to Begin Clean Up of Former Circuit-Wise Property

Senate Majority Leader Martin M. Looney, Senate Minority Leader Pro Tempore Len Fasano, and State Representative Dave Yaccarino today announced that the state of Connecticut has awarded a $194,100 grant to the town of North

Mike Freda Education Budget

1st Selectman Addresses Recent Concerns and Confusion About the BOE Budget

[box]by Chris Kirby[/box] At the April 17th Board of Finance meeting, First Selectman Mike Freda took a few minutes to address the Board and the members of the audience about some concerns and confusion that

North Haven Army Veteran Inducted into Hall of Fame

[box]Rep. David Yaccarino, Sen. Len Fasano, 1st Selectman Mike Freda, Charles Morrissey, Veterans Hall of Fame inductee and Daniel Riccio Jr. Cmdr. American Legion Post 76[/box] Senator Len Fasano (R-North Haven) joined Rep. David Yaccarino

Hurricane & Halloween Update from the 1st Selectman’s Office

[box]The following was posted to the Town’s Facebook page on October 31, 2012[/box] Update from Selectman Freda: All 169 Chief Elected Officials across the State and Governor Malloy, have been notified by the United Illuminating

QU Students Work With Town Governments As Part of Fellowship

[box]Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson, left, Tori Rice, of Wappingers Falls, N.Y.; Ashley Hartle, of Bellefonte, Penn.; Jenna Pederson, of Wilton, Maine; Kristen Daniels, of Shelton; Susan Riello, of Hamden; and Scott McLean, professor of political science at Quinnipiac University.

Cautious Optimism on North Haven Economic Growth

[box]By Ben Lasman / North Haven Patch[/box] Mike Freda expressed cautious optimism about a series of development projects that could bring new businesses and jobs to North Haven at Tuesday night’s monthly meeting of the

North Haven’s Inaugural Ceremony

On Wednesday, November 30, 2011, North Haven’s Inaugural Ceremony for all newly elected members of the Town’s boards and commissions will take place.  These elected officials will hold office as representatives of both the majority

Freda Re-Elected

Vote totals show Michael Freda easily re-elected as 1st Selectman with 85% of the vote. Tim Doheny re-elected as 2nd Selectman, and Alan Sturtz garners more votes than running mate Walt Spader to win as

Economic Development and Leadership the Top Issues in North Haven Election

[box]by Ann DeMatteo / Special to the Post-Chronicle[/box] NORTH HAVEN — Economic development and which candidate can best take North Haven into the future have emerged as main issues in the race for first selectman.

Economic Development Key in NHTV Selectman’s Debate

[box]By: Ben Lasman / North Haven Patch[/box] Economic development formed the basis of much of last night’s League of Women Voters debate between North Haven First Selectman candidates Michael Freda (R), Walter Spader (D), and Gary Amato