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First Selectman Pat Llodra

  • Sandy Hook Foundation Responds To Llodra's Concerns About Distribution

    Dr Charles Herrick, chairman of the Newtown Sandy Hook Community Foundation, responded to a recent letter sent to his panel by First Selectman Pat Llodra. Dr Herrick said he shared the first selectman's concerns about future unmet needs including mental health counseling and related support services to immediate victims and witnesses to the 12/14 carnage.

  • Pat Llodra Honored With A Scholarship Fund

    Newtown First Selectman Pat Llodra was honored with a scholarship fund named after her by the Women’s Campaign School (WCS) at Yale University during a ceremony held on June 30. 

    Both Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman and Senator Richard Blumenthal joined WCS in recognizing Selectman Llodra as a true CT leader.

  • Flag With Messages Of Support Delivered From The Front Lines Of Afghanistan

    Sgt Laurence F. Bennett was fighting on the front lines in Afghanistan when his unit learned about the tragic school shootings that happened in Newtown, so he obtained a Connecticut flag that was flying over his base and began gathering signatures. A few days before the end of his duty, as he prepared to fly home and begin his retirement, he shipped the flag to Newtown.

  • First Selectman Implores Lawmakers To Block Access To 12/14 Materials

    Urging state legislators to make a “compassionate choice,” First Selectman Pat Llodra has added her voice to that of grieving 12/14 parents and a group of lawmakers led by Senator and Minority Leader John McKinney working to excerpt certain public records, images and 911 recordings from public access.

  • First Selectman's Extended Office Hours Begin May 6 For Budget Questions

    The First Selectmen’s Office will be open for extended hours beginning May 6 for residents who wish to discuss the second-round budget proposal heading for the May 14 referendum.

    According to a release from First Selectman Patricia Llodra, representatives of the Legislative Council, Board of Education, and Board of Finance may be on hand during several of the sessions, and will available to answer questions and hear concerns.

  • Ann Piccini Thanked For 25 Years Of Service

    First Selectman Pat Llodra, left, thanked Director of Social Services Ann Piccini on Friday, April 12, for 25 years of service.

  • SHU Announces Commencement Honorary Degree Recipients: Llodra To Receive Honorary Doctor Of Law

    FAIRFIELD — During Graduate Commencement on Saturday, May 18, Sacred Heart University will present Paul Baumann, editor of Commonweal magazine, with an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree, and Barry H. Ostrowsky, president and chief executive officer of Barnabas Health, will receive an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree. Mr Baumann will deliver the keynote address to the graduates and their family and friends.