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25° Tonight in New Orleans

We need more men & women to step up to the plate rather than putting it all on government while turning a blind eye to our homeless neighbors that need a way to get out of the bitter cold

#CapBlack #RLSH

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25° TONIGHT!

Getting the homeless indoors may be a literal matter of life or death when it gets this cold in a tropical climate like ours.

My Overnight Shelter is one option: open
11pm-sunrise tonight inside the front lobby of the New Orleans Healing Center at 2372 St. Claude Ave.

When it gets this cold; with possible snow and sleet, only the hardest hearts ignore the threat before us.

We have had individuals die during freezing weather; either found outside or after a fire in a vacant building. Is it too much to ask that we avoid this outcome tonight?

#CapBlackRLSH on-site all nite.

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Pearl Harbor Day Dec 7th

Today is Pearl Harbor Day, the day when the USA was attacked at th Pearl Harbor Naval Base in Hawaii.

This was the event that brought the United States into the battles of WW2. 

Talk to your elders & if possible get them to talk on video camera about what they remember of the times during WW2 & afterwards & share the video on youtube.

Each year we lose more and more of our elders who actually lived through that time & our youth are not being taught about our history like we were.

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Tomorrow is Election Day Nov 7th 2017

It has been a long campaign season and tomorrow it will end when the polls open at 6am until they close at 8pm and the votes are counted.

2morrow is election day remember vote

 

Met many people in Hartford, Bloomfield and Windsor as well as others from across Connecticut. I enjoy meeting people in the state whether they are in my district or in another persons district where I am helping.

Lot’s of discussions about harmful regulations and the oppressive taxes and what can or should be done to fix our state and our cities and our towns.

Tomorrow is The Day why so many people put in many hours of hard work and I thank each and every one of you that have worked to educate the people about the candidates that are running for office.

Tomorrow is Election Day 2017 and it is the day where we chose the direction of the country, the state and our cities and towns.

The choices are quite distinct to choose to go down the same path towards the destruction of our nation with old socialist / communist policies that have never worked; or we can chose to go in a new direction and turn towards policies and principles that will #MakeWindsorCTGreatAgain .#MakeCTGreatAgain and #MakeAmericaGreatAgain

We will choose to Vote for new Mayors and City-Town Councilors to represent us at the city halls and choosing the direction of our schools with the Board of Ed candidates.

I hope and pray that each of you WILL Get Out To VOTE Row B

Then when you get out in the parking lot that you call those in your household to remind them to get out to vote if they have not voted yet.

CT is in need of a change of direction, we need your help in making that change happen.

If you have a couple of hours to volunteer please give a call; we can use any and all assistance tomorrow.

We need people out on locations through out the state & we have things for people who are housebound to be able to assist as well.

The only way that we can have a #FreshNewStart is if we Vote Out Incumbents that are career politicians who are raising our taxes and wasting our money on special projects for their crony corporate friends…

To get out of this mess we need New People with New Ideas and who know what it is like to live under the oppressive rules and regulations.

#SharingIsCaring so please share this post on all of your social media networks

 

 

Summer Fundraiser Win-TV August 10th

Come on out to beat the summer heat while supporting a good cause on Thursday evening!

Win-TV is having a fundraiser for the children’s programs at Menchie’s!

Bring the family by from 4p to 8p and 20% of your purchase will be donated to the Win-TV Filming Chargers afterschool program and the Win-TV summer camp program.

The flyer is located on the Win-TV website please share it with family and friends

http://win-tv.org While you’re there check out some of the other events
We will be having a few raffle prizes for the night as well 

🍧🍦🍪 Make it a sweet ending to your evening 🍪🍦🍧

Hope to see you there!

CT Tax Freedom Day Rally

Are you going to be there on Sunday the 21st for the CT Tax Freedom Rally?

CT Conservative

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While April 24, 2017 is the National average date, of when Americans have finally earned enough to pay for their portion of Federal, State, and local taxes – CT is the last state to reach that marker…27 days later. It comes down to about 38% of our yearly income. The next closest state is NJ which is May 12th.

Granted, the Federal government has increased some of the taxes we pay, and has pushed our Tax Freedom Day back. Unfortunately for CT, over the past 6 yrs, CT residents and businesses have seen two $2 Billion tax increase budgets, courtesy of the Democrat Trifecta in CT, which moved us even further back. In 2010, the National TFD average was April 9th and CT was April 27th, a 16 day difference. At the time, it was about 32% of our yearly income.

This year, the Democrats, in the Legislature, are again looking…

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Tax Sale Windsor April 22 2017

Windsor Properties to be Sold at Tax Sale on April 22

The Town of Windsor will conduct a tax sale on Saturday, April 22, 2017 in the Ludlow Room located on the lower level of town hall. Bidder registration will be at 8:00 AM and the sale will begin at 10:00 AM.Sixteen properties have been identified for the sale.  These properties have been delinquent on tax payments for three or more years or have more than $20,000 due in back taxes and have not made payment arrangements with the town.  The owners of the properties identified for sale have received a letter from the Town Attorney, and a final notice from the tax office.  They have either not responded, or have not paid enough on their account to date to be removed from the sale.

 

The property owners still have the opportunity to bring their accounts current up through April 21, 2017 to be removed from the actual sale.  If they do not, the property will go up for auction on April 22, 2017.  At that point, if the property sells at the auction, the owner will have a six month redemption period to reclaim their property.  To do so, they will need to reimburse the winning bidder the amount that was due to the Town of Windsor at the time of sale (minimum bid), in addition to 18% (1.5% per month) interest on the total winning bid.  The final day that they would be able to redeem the property will be October 23, 2017.

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The properties listed below are slated for sale at the April 22nd tax sale.  Detailed information on each property, including the Assessor’s field card are available for viewing by clicking on this link:

http://www.townofwindsorct.com/tax/tax-sale.php

 

Property

Location                                  Amount Due*

 

11 Wilson Ave                        $11,726.28

230 Windsor Ave                    $21,137.13

32 Eagleton Dr                        $17,528.37

1202 Matianuck Ave              $24,067.31

878 Matianuck Ave                $9,751.73

35 Scarborough Rd                 $14,868.51

32 Mack St                              $16,189.20

85 Dudley Town Rd               $12,738.78

31 Olga Ave                            $14,039.05

111 Rood Ave                        $19,144.89

781T Park Ave                        $15,450.19

332 Poquonock Ave               $22,075.74

404 Otee Cir                           $14,757.85

799 Matianuck Ave                $14,339.14

33 Hillcrest Rd                        $17,517.78

59 Longview Dr                      $17,360.87

 

*NOTE:  These amounts will change as additional interest, lien fees, and other charges associated with the tax sale are added.  If you are the owner of one of the above listed properties, or have a lien or encumbrance on one of these properties, please contact the Windsor Tax Collector at 860-285-1811 for a payoff total based on the date you intend to make payment.