Danbury City Councilman Joe Britton has come under fire for an alleged security breach.
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According to multiple published reports, Britton has been accused of trying to gain access to Danbury Mayor Dean Esposito's office back in April. According to the Patch, Britton believes he has nothing to hide, stating:
I was in City Hall that Saturday afternoon with my City-issued ID badge and my City-issued City Hall access key. As requested by the City, I will meet with City officials to discuss this matter in detail. I intend to be fully transparent.
We asked fellow Democrat/Danbury Mayoral candidate Roberto Alves about the issue on the Tuesday (8/8/23) edition of the I-95 Morning Show, this is what he had to say:
"What's being alleged with Councilman Britton, I made my statement and stand by the things I said. Councilman Britton is a good person and he's promised to be fully transparent in what is going on, he's laid it out and said he has nothing to hide. He was there with his city issued badge that allows him access to the building and he was walking around and he's waiting for whatever questions the city wants to ask him. Again he'll be fully transparent, I hope that is the same with the city side, that we get full transparency with everything that has happened and occurred and we move on from there."
Our complete interview with Roberto Alves is available below.
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