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Annual and Special Corporate Meetings

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  • Nine Taxpayers Nominated For Thompsonville Fire Commission Seats

    ENFIELD — Thompsonville fire district taxpayers on Wednesday night nominated nine residents as candidates for three open seats on the district commission. Nominated were: Coleen Reidy, Mark Rochette, Brian Trotta, William "Mike" Stone, Pat Gaskell,...
  • SEC's Stein backs states' push to police smaller stock deals

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. securities regulators should not be so quick to scale back the power of the states to police certain smaller public stock deals, a top U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission official warned on Tuesday. The remarks by SEC...
  • Homeowner association manager is accused of fabricating evidence

    Question: Our manager refuses owner requests for documents, causing our association to be sued several times a year. Each time she comes to court as a defendant, she brings her so-called evidence and answers, "Your honor, see Exhibit X." She overloads...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Historical Society To Launch "Legendary Locals Of Middletown"

    The historic names of Middletown residents Commodore Thomas Macdonough, General Joseph Mansfield, and Dean Acheson are familiar to many of today's citizens. But did you know that world-famous organic photochemist Nicholas Turro, popular band leader Tony...
  • READER SUBMITTED: MILE Annual Meeting And Lunch

    The annual meeting of MILE (Middlesex Institute for Lifelong Education) will be held April 28 starting at 11 a.m. in Chapman Hall, Middlesex College, 100 Trainging Hill Road, Middletown. Officers for the coming year will be elected at this meeting....
  • Bill Requiring Budget Vote For Thompsonville Fire District Progresses

    The legislature's planning and development committee has approved a bill that would require a public vote on budgets for the Thompsonville Fire District in Enfield. State Rep. David Alexander, D-Enfield, who sponsored the bill, said the bill could come...
  • Darden rule changes come under fire

    Darden rule changes come under fire
    Recent additions to Darden Restaurants' bylaws mean the company can now delay its annual shareholders meeting and make it tougher for unhappy investors to push for changes, experts say. Starboard Value, an activist investment firm trying to halt...
  • Female comedian bringing her show to Mount Dora

    What do you get when you put four female comedians together? "An Evening of Estrogen," a 90-minute comedy show featuring music, standup comedy, improvisation and song parodies. The show, created by Orlando musical comedian Jill Shargaa, is scheduled for...
  • Show of hands not proper procedure for board election

    Q: For the past few years, the election of directors to my condominium board has not occurred by written ballot or proxy at an annual meeting. Instead, there is an open board meeting at which a majority of the unit owners raise their hands to retain the...
  • Office Depot execs get bonuses to stay

    Office Depot paid six-figure bonuses to retain top executives before and after its merger with OfficeMax, according to newly filed documents. The $1.2 billion merger was closed in November, and new chief executive Roland Smith has been forming his top...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Connecticut SAR Marks 125th Anniversary April 5, 2014 Annual Meeting at Capitol in Hartford

    On March 27, 1889, Major John C. Kinney, an editor of the Hartford Courant, inserted a notice in that paper, inviting interested parties to join him on April 2 at the State Capitol Building, to form a society of men with Revolutionary War ancestors. Major...
  • G-7 leaders agree to freeze out Russia

    THE HAGUE — Leaders of seven of the world's largest economies on Monday agreed to freeze Russia out of the Group of Eight nations and threatened sanctions against key sectors of its economy if Moscow further invades or seeks to destabilize Ukraine....