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Message from the Chairman

So much for huge signs and newspaper endorsements.

New Milford voters went for the steak, not the sizzle in our sweeping victory last week. A hearty thank you to all the Democrats, unaffiliated voters and Republicans who supported us this year. Mayor Pat Murphy served the town honorably for 12 years, but even such popular pols as Ed Koch and Mario Cuomo eventually lost the public's confidence.

Please consider getting involved with the Democratic Party. It is far from an onerous commitment and we are always in need of fresh blood and fresh voices.

At DTC meetings, you get first-hand information about the major issues in our town and a chance to make a difference.

Please help us celebrate our victory at our next meeting, Monday, Nov. 16, at 7:30pm at the Railroad Station at 11 Railroad Street.

Alternatively, consider becoming an Associate Member where you can enjoy most of the benefits of being a full member – with a more modest commitment. Contact us at


Andy Grossman
Andy Grossman
New Milford Democratic Town Committee

October 20, 2015

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New Milford Democrats shared Dave Gronbach for Mayor 2015's post.

The inauguration for Mayor and all town boards/officials will be held on Sunday, November 29th at 2:00 on the steps of Town Hall. Judge Landgrebe will administer the oath. Please come and share in this new chapter for the Town. Light refreshments to follow in the Bank Building. Hope to see you then.

Posted: 11/25/2015

New Milford Democrats added an event.

25$ for tickets in advance 30$ at the door Call (203)788-1696 Refreshments raffles door prizes and more

Posted: 11/18/2015

New Milford Democrats shared their event.

All are welcome- the next meeting is at the Train Station on Railroad Street

Next DTC meeting is Monday:

Posted: 11/14/2015

New Milford Democrats added an event.

All are welcome- the next meeting is at the Train Station on Railroad Street

Posted: 11/13/2015

New Milford Democrats shared New Milford Democrats working for a better BOE's post.

Jason "J.T." Schemm, BOE candidate: Platform on Education (part 2): Teachers feel their expertise in the classroom is not being considered: The current administration is really quite good at giving directives, yet very little in the way of vision or direction. We are missing an excellent opportunity to help empower teachers to improve and hone their craft by providing professional, meaningful, relevant, and supportive professional development to achieve student success in every classroom. There are a host of known and unknown changes on the horizon for our school district here in New Milford: As a teacher for nearly 20 years, I have the experience and expertise to bring to the board which very few current board members possess. This board perspective and knowledge of the workings of many school districts in the state helps me to know the “eduspeak,” school law, budgeting, and the operations of school buildings. We want to assure that when our elected officials take office in early December they will have the knowledge and experience to represent and govern from their first day. Please make sure to vote tomorrow, Nov. 3. New Milford deserves a better Board of Education.

Learn more about Jason Schemm a New Milford Democrats working for a better BOE

Posted: 11/03/2015

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Posted: 11/03/2015

New Milford Democrats shared a post.

For those voting at Hill and Plain Elementary School... voting is in the gym... all the way down the left side of the building (looking at building from the street.) Signage is horrible and many people trying the front doors of school which are locked of course.

Attention Hill & Plain Elementary School voters:

Posted: 11/03/2015

NEW MILFORD — Traffic congestion concerns has slowed a plan to add a fast-food burger restaurant in the Stop & Shop plaza on Danbury Road. For months, Szymanski has tried to convince the New Milford Zoning Commission that traffic congestion in the plaza will not be adversely affected by having a 2,5…

BTW, this guy voted to give developers up to a 100% tax abatement last month. Declined to recuse himself. I see no conflict of interest. ;)

Posted: 11/02/2015

Tammy McInerney, 2015 New Milford Democratic candidate describing the value of communication for our Board of Education. This clip is from her closing statem...

From New Milford Democrats working for a better BOE's Tammy Mclnerney:

Posted: 11/02/2015

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