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Wrong Jack Chiaramonte?

Mr. Jack Chiaramonte C.


Norwalk Public Schools

HQ Phone: (203) 854-4000

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Norwalk Public Schools

125 East Avenue Post Office Box 6001

Norwalk, Connecticut 06852

United States

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Board Members - Norwalk Public Schools

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Jack Chiaramonte Home phone: 203-984-7293 chiaramontej@norwalkps.org

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Jack Chiaramonte Home phone: 203-984-7293 chiaramontej@norwalkps.org

Darien Times Endorsement |

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"Republican candidate Jack Chiaramonte makes a passionate and compelling argument as to why he should replace incumbent Democrat Bob Duff in the state senate representing Darien and Norwalk. Mr. Chiaramonte, chairman of Norwalk's Board of Education, points out that many Fairfield County school districts don't get their fair share of state reimbursements. It's a familiar complaint for the Gold Coast, which often seems to give more than it gets in state dollars.

With such a strong, and understandable, focus on Norwalk, it isn't clear whether Mr. Chiaramonte could offer the same passion to his Darien constituents or has the same understanding of Darien's challenges.
We encourage Mr. Chiaramonte to continue his fight for fair reimbursement for Fairfield County school districts.

Norwalk Republican Town Committee | Stay Informed - Elected Officials

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Jack Chiaramonte (203) 984-7293 chiaramontej@norwalkps.org

In the News Archives | Page 3 of 112 | YourCT.com

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I've known BOE Chairman Jack Chiaramonte a long time. It is unfortunate that his offhand comment and usage of the world shekel is being used as a sign of anti-Semitism.

The Hour reported that; "Apparently the union doesn't care about the kids," Chiaramonte told The Hour on Tuesday. The union just cares about a few extra shekels in the pockets of its teachers."
Of all things Jack Chiaramonte is, anti-semetic is not one of them. Jack is anti- many things. He is anti-union. He is anti-fair wage. Those are positions he should be challenged on. But to attack Jack for how he phrases issues, detracts from the issues at hand.
In 2007, here is Jack speaking against the fair-labor ordinance:
Mr. Jack Chiaramonte spoke next. He stated that he was a local Norwalk businessman and gave his address. He stated that he had read about the Living Wage that was before the Council. As a businessman, Mr. Chiaramonte stated that he was disturbed by the proposal. He stated that he did not feel it was the role of the government to impose on any business what they should be paying. Mr. Chiaramonte stated that it shouldn't be a union or organization that should dictate what someone should be paid. Mr. Chiaramonte asked if an impact study had been done on the amendment. He said he did not believe that this was the case. He commented that the last time something similar was done was during the DROP program and it has cost the City greatly. Mr. Chiaramonte said he did not understand how the administration could announce they would pass this without knowing all the facts. Mr. Chiaramonte stated that it was important to check out all the facts first before making the decision rather than the other way around. If a company that is doing business with the City is told that the wages he pays his workers must be a specific sum, then the contractor will raise his bid. Ultimately, the person who pays for this is the taxpayer. As a Norwalk taxpayer, Mr. Chiaramonte stated that this was not right. Mr. Chiaramonte then asked why it was that when the City requested bids, they chose the best bid, but at the same time require the contractor to pay a set wage. While it is a good and noble idea that everyone makes a living, no one requires someone to take a job. He stated that this was in effect another tax on the residents of Norwalk. Mr. Chiaramonte suggested that this proposal should be sent to France rather than remain in our free market.
Jack's position on fair wages is a much bigger issue, one based on economics, not anti-Semitism.

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