Together, We Will Lead the City of Shelton Into a Better Future That Serves and Enriches All of Our Residents. Scroll down to get to know us!
WE INVEST IN SHELTON'S FUTURE
We will revitalize downtown, so that everyone can enjoy a stroll down “Main Street”
We will improve civic buildings and instill pride in our city hall, libraries & schools.
We will expand and improve investments in our beautiful parks and open spaces.
WE SUPPORT QUALITY EDUCATION
Our children are the future.
We will make Shelton into a prototype for improvements in our State.
Our improvements to education will attract families and increase property values.
WE FIGHT FOR OPEN, HONEST, RESPECTFUL & EFFICIENT GOVERNANCE
We will improve transparency of all government operations.
We champion ethical practices to remove conflicts of interest.
We will keep tax rates attractive by using funds wisely, balancing savings and
expenditures across departments, taxing fairly, diversifying Shelton's revenue sources.
WE PLEDGE TO REPRESENT AND PROTECT
THE INTERESTS OF ALL SHELTON RESIDENTS.
OUR PLEDGE TO SHELTON
NEWS AND VIEWS. WE CALL IT AS WE SEE IT.
Back to the Drawing Board: Voters Reject Shelton Charter Changes
Shelton Herald ~ November 4, 2020
City voters have resoundingly denied proposed revisions to the City Charter, according to unofficial tallies provided by the Republican Town Committee that do not yet include all absentee ballots.
Residents — by more that twice as many votes — denied proposed changes which included elimination of the Board of Apportionment and Taxation, increase of party maximums for elected positions, formation of a citywide technology committee and allowing the aldermen to bond 3 percent of the municipal budget without referendum.
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Shelton Buses FOIA Fiasco ONGOING
April 3, 2020
In clear violation of Federal laws, Mayor Lauretti and the City Government have stalled
efforts to fill a FOIA request made in November, 2019. His decision to take over school
buses was a failure from the start - no buses for first day, and unverified drivers.
Residents demand "SHOW US THE SAVINGS."
The Shelton DTC's Chair, Dave Gioello, has been pursuing the FOIA on behalf of concerned parents and continues to move the legal process forward during the current crisis.
City of Shelton
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