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January 12, 2018
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While TV analysts and armchair quarterbacks dissect the rosters of each team to figure out who will be the winner of Super Bowl LII, here’s a fun look at picking this year’s champion based on NAR Research’s third quarter price data in the metro area of each team’s city:
January 2018 CE Classes
January 18th , Thursday 10am-1pm, Ridgefield Library
Ethics in Real Estate,  Terry Hastings, Instructor

January 31st , Wednesday 10am-1pm, Ridgefield Library
Monitoring Home Safety, Bob Kneen, Pillar to Post, Instructor
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T ransportation projects in Ridgefield aren’t on governor’s ‘hit list’ for cuts
By  Macklin K. Reid  on January 12, 2018 The Ridgefield Press

State transportation projects in Ridgefield — from the much-discussed Main Street improvements to traffic light upgrades at some state highway intersections — aren’t currently delayed or on the chopping block, despite Governor Dannel Malloy’s action Wednesday to “postpone indefinitely” some $4.3 billion in planned projects statewide unless the legislature comes up with more money for them. .   Read More