Danbury May Hire Lobbyist; Man Found Dead in Danbury Tent; Aunt Loses Lawsuit Against Nephew; Trump to Stop Using ‘Dream On’
Things you need to know on October 14.
Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following.
- Mayor Mark Boughton says he can only visit Hartford a few days a month, which is not enough to address the City's issues. So, Danbury is considering whether to hire a full time lobbyist to look after the City's interests at the State Capitol.
- Danbury police are investigating the discovery of a man's body in a tent in a wooded area off Rose Hill Avenue. Police say there are no signs of foul play in the 41-year-old man's death. The exact cause of death has not been determined and will not be announced until an autopsy is complete.
- A Connecticut jury ruled Tuesday 54-year-old Jennifer Connell isn't entitled to the $127,000 she was after. Connell sued her 12-year-old nephew because she broke her wrist when he jumped into her arms during his eighth birthday party. The jury took about 20 minutes to decide Connell didn't have a case.
- The Donald doesn't always win! Donald Trump will no longer be using Aerosmith's "Dream On" in his presidential campaign. Steven Tyler sent Trump a cease and desist letter over the weekend asking him to stop playing the song at his campaign rallies. Yesterday, Trump agreed not to use the song because of his friendship with Tyler, but claims he previously purchased the rights.
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