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Ed Bateson, the WPCA's ...
Ed Bateson, the WPCA's chairman, said overall water consumption in Fairfield was down, but not enough to warrant another increase in the sewer rate.
"It doesn't appear that it's necessary.We have enough coverage in there," Bateson
said of the WPCA budget.
July's increase was mostly needed because of higher utility costs at the wastewater treatment plant and a multi-year study of sewer lines that is designed to reveal cracks or other problems, Bateson
James Millington, a District 9 Republican, ...
James Millington, a District 9 Republican, and Edward Bateson, R-3, Say Caucus Rules Allow RTM Republicans to Meet in Budget Work Groups Behind Closed Doors
Editor's note: The following letter was received from James Millington, majority leader of the Representative Town Meeting and a District 9 Republican, and Edward Bateson, the RTM's deputy majority leader and a District 3 Republican.
Deputy Majority Leader, Fairfield Representative Town Meeting
The complainants, listed as Friends of ...
The complainants, listed as Friends of Open Space and represented by Fairfield attorney Kathy Braun, included Edward Bateson III, a member of the Representative Town Meeting from District 3; Jane Talamini, co-founder of Friends of Open Space and former member of the Land Acquisition Commission; Jeanne Konecny, co-founder of Friends of Open Space and a member of the LAC; Jocelyn Shaw, founder/author of the Mill River Wetland Committee and River-Lab program; Marcia Miner, co-founder of Friends of Open Space and town historian; Les Schaffer, a professor biology at Fairfield University; Alexis Harrison, RTM member from District 2; Philip Meiman, former chairman of the Conservation Commission; and Pamela Ritter, former member of the Conservation Commission.
Michael D. Herley Fairfield Connecticut | RTM District One Representative
RTM Deputy Majority Leader Ed Bateson
Representative Town Meeting member ...
Representative Town Meeting member Edward Bateson, D-3, a former chairman of the Water Pollution Control Authority and one of the residents on whose behalf Braun wrote the letter, discussed the situation yesterday."I see it as a breach of the process, a breach of the Town Charter."According to the letter, the current charter "empowers the Conservation Commission, not one individual, to ensure" compliance with state and local wetland laws.He continued with a message to Flatto: "You're supposed to uphold Fairfield's laws."