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Sad News

Please keep the Title family in your thoughts and prayers as they deal with the loss of Jack, son of Fairfield's Superintendent of Schools, Dr. David Title.

Jack Raymond Title, 20, passed away peacefully at Yale-New Haven Hospital on April 6, 2014 surrounded by his loving family. Jack was born in New London, CT on November 2, 1993. Jack is survived by his grandmothers Betsy Russell and Sally Title, his parents David and Laurie Title and his three siblings: his brother Russ...ell and his sisters Sarah and Robin. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 9 at 12 p.m. at Congregation Beth Israel, 701 Farmington Ave., West Hartford. Burial services will be private.

The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, April 9 and 10 at the home of David and Laurie Title, 637 Rock Ridge Road, Fairfield. In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to Special Olympics of Connecticut, 2666 State Street, Suite 1, Hamden, CT 06517 or Yale New-Haven Hospital, Office of Development, PO Box 1849, New Haven, CT 06508.


Statewide Candidate converge on Fairfield for Candidate Forum


Republican’s to convene in Fairfield for Candidate Forum

Candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor, Treasurer, Secretary of State, U.S Congress 4th District & State Senate 28th District face off in Fairfield ahead of the Republican Party nominations.


April 4, 2013 – The Fairfield Republican Town Committee will host a candidate forum open to the public on Monday, April 7th  at 7p.m. in the main auditorium at Fairfield Ludlowe High School (785 Unquowa Road, Fairfield).  Republican candidates for State Senate in the 28th district, U.S. Congress, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Lieutenant Governor and Governor will be on hand to meet voters and answer audience questions. Currently, there are contested races for the Republican nomination for State Senate, U.S. Congress, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Lieutenant Governor and Governor. 

Fairfield Republican Town Committee Chairman James Millington stated ““We have an excellent group of candidates running for office this year.  Unfortunately, not all can head on to the general election and this event will allow voters to hear from them all ahead of the party convention.”  

The following candidate will appear on stage to introduce themselves and answer audience questions in the following order:


State Senate 28th District:

Nelson Gonzalez                  Tony Hwang


U.S. Congress 4th District:

Joe Bentivegna                       Dan Debicella

Carl Higble                             John Shaban                         


Secretary of State:

Peter Lumaj                            Michael McDonald


State Treasurer:

Bob Eick                                Tim Herbst



Penny Bacchoichi                  Heather Bond Somers

David Walker



Mark Boughton                     Tom Foley

Mark Lauretti                          John McKinney

Joe Visconti




Fairfield, CT—March 5, 2014—The Republican RTM caucus today announced that Joseph J. Palmer, a third-term RTM Republican from District Four, has been appointed as its Budget Director for this year’s budget cycle. In this position, Rep. Palmer will facilitate Republican caucus budget meetings, budget discussions, budget analysis and generate support for budget initiatives, all along while working hard to mitigate Town spending, and the impact to the taxpayer. Representative Palmer’s appointment was unanimously approved by the Republican RTM leadership team, and applauded by the full caucus.

Commenting on the appointment, Peter Ambrose (R-2), RTM Finance Chairman remarked, “Rep. Palmer has distinguished himself as a fiscal conservative during his tenure on the RTM.” “As the former RTM Majority Leader, Joe contributed greatly to the budget conversation last year that ultimately drove the tax increase down to 2.3%. I look forward to working with Joe in his new role as the RTM Republican Budget Director.”

 “RTM Republican Budget Director Palmer has a proven track record of effectively managing the Town budget from a RTM perspective,” said Tom Flynn, Chairman, Board of Finance. “Joe’s strong negotiation skills and deep relationships with other Town boards should serve the taxpayer well as the budget season unfolds. I wish Joe much success in this capacity.”

RTM Majority Leader Ed Bateson (R-3), remarked, “I want to thank Budget Director Palmer for his ongoing willingness to serve the taxpayer.” “If we are to effectively manage Town spending and do the job that voters elected us to do as a legislative body, then we need someone of Joe’s caliber and integrity to lead RTM Republicans from the onset of the budget process.”