Stamford

Stamford mayor to host live stream, take questions

Mar 11, 2014

Stamford Mayor David Martin is planning to address citizens this week via the Internet.  He says he plans to be the first mayor in the state to use social media to host a live video stream to interact with citizens.

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Kaomi Goetz

First-term Stamford Mayor David Martin is proposing a tax increase of 1.17 mills or nearly 5 percent for the 2014-15 budget year. Martin is presenting his budget to the city’s Board of Finance Monday night. The mayor says his $515 million budget includes funding to fix longstanding structural issues. 

  

Kaomi Goetz

The political unrest in the Ukraine is being closely watched by Ukrainian immigrants in Connecticut and New York. Lubow Wolynetz, 75, of the Ukrainian Museum and Library  in Stamford, Conn. says she has mixed feelings about her birth country being in the news.  

Robert Mislow

Smith House in Stamford, Connecticut is one of only two nursing homes operated by a city or town in the state. But city leaders are struggling to keep up with its rising costs. WSHU's Kaomi Goetz reports that changes in how Connecticut approaches long-term care is testing the viability of Smith House and other nursing homes across the state. 

Kaomi Goetz

The Stamford Zoning Board of Appeals upheld a cease and desist order Wednesday night  against developer Building and Land Technology over a boatyard demolition , 5 to 0. 

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