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Mayor and Deputy Forgo Reelection Bid MARK DIPAOLA Mayor Paul Montinieri will wrap up a 12 year Town Council tenure with the election of a new governing body this coming November. Montinieri, who has served as Mayor for the past four of those years, announced yesterday that he will n... FULL STORY | MORE WETHERSFIELD NEWS
Newington Bids Farewell to Long-time Human Se... MARK DIPAOLA Laughs, tears, and even a Town Hall staff orchestrated Gilligan’s Island theme song rendition marked a crowded farewell formal for Human Service Director Karen Futoma, who is leaving Town Hall after 32 years to take a new role with a... FULL STORY | MORE NEWINGTON NEWS
NHS Principal Exits with 2017 Grads MARK DIPAOLA Each year, Newington High School graduates pass through the Oakdale Theater on their way out of the district. Last Tuesday evening was no different, except that this time they were joined by their principal-James Wenker, an Oakdale cr... FULL STORY | MORE NEWINGTON NEWS
Board Holds Off on Budget Vote in Light of Bu... MARK DIPAOLA District overpayment for transporting Wethersfield students to Corpus Christi-a private high school in town-prompted the Board of Education to hold off on voting for a $500,000 budget reduction plan Tuesday night, as members work to ge... FULL STORY | MORE WETHERSFIELD NEWS
WETHERSFIELD - The Town Council has passed a $101.7 million budget-a 2.9 percent increase-with language that allows it to lower the rate of other tax areas if the state statutory automo...
ROCKY HILL - A Director of Special Education and Pupil Services and 10 year Rocky Hill Public Schools said her goodbyes to Board of Education members and colleagues on May 18-the same...
ROCKY HILL - When Guy Scaife heads to Meriden in September, town Finance Director John Mehr will become the interim Town Manager-a role he filled two years ago after the retirement of...
WETHERSFIELD - A largely salary and benefit-driven $58.2 million Board of Education budget request-a proposed 2.94 percent increase-was presented to the Town Council Monday night as Sup...
Business Spotlight
Century 21 Stamm Eddy & Stamm Neil
By KATELYN KELLEHER
NEWINGTON - Century 21 Stamm Eddy in Newington and Stamm Neil in Cromwell have joined forced to continue a “tradition of service and caring about the community.” With a combined 70 years of service to their respective communities, the offices have combined to better serve and educate clients whether buying or selling a home. “We consider ourselves real estate practicioners--or ‘life change consultants,’” said broker Chip Stamm. The agents at Stamm Eddy and Stamm Neil focusing on truly listening to clients’ needs in order to help them make the best decision for them. Agents are trained in-house and employ the most up-to-date tools and marketing strategies available through continuing education. Stamm said he and his staff offer “full service-plus,” helping clients get their homes ready for showing and providing information on contractors and inspectors. Clients are kept in-the-know throughout the process. “We’re here to serve you and help them have a better life in the town that you’re in,” said Stamm. Century 21 Stamm Eddy, 39 East Cedar St., Newington, can be reached at 860-666-1449 or www. stammeddyrealty.com. Century 21 Stamm Neil, 532 Main St., Cromwell, can be reached at 860-635-5974 or www.century21neil.com.

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