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Thursday, May 26, 2011

05/26/11 Greenwich Video: Follow The Money To Understand Planning And Zoning Hearing

A New Video About Greenwich, CT
Greenwich CT P&Z Hearing on Differential Grade Plane
19 min
A community struggles with how to control over-building. Hint: Follow the money and the rewards obtained by the over-builders.
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05/26/11 The Greenwich First Selectman Report

News Reports About Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei
Tesei, Theis launch Greenwich re-election bids
Greenwich Time
Incumbent First Selectman Peter Tesei, a Republican, surrounded by his family, his wife Jill, son James, 2, and daughter Caroline, 4, officially launched ...
Tesei Seeks a 3rd Term as First Selectman
Patch.com
By Barbara Heins | Email the author | 5:30am Honorary chairman of First Selectman Peter Tesei's campaign is Malcolm Pray , right. Amid a standing room only ...
Tesei Makes It Official
Patch.com
By Barbara Heins | Email the author | 6:46pm First Selectman Peter Tesei officially launches his re-election bid for a third term as Greenwich's chief ...
Tesei, Theis launch Greenwich re-election bids
Newsday
... of incumbents to hold Greenwich's highest office for more than two terms, First Selectman Peter Tesei announced his bid for re-election Wednesday night. ...

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05/26/11 Unlike London and Manhattan, where housing prices are actually up, trying to unload Greenwich mansions in Greenwich Is tough

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Greenwich Mansions Can't Find Buyers
Connecticut Watchdog
By George Gombossy

Greenwich Ct., one of the wealthiest communities in the world, has trouble unloading its ...

....An excellent Bloomberg News article this week by former Courant reporter Oshrat Carmiel, gives an in-depth account:

“Homes priced at $10 million and above are accumulating on the market in Greenwich, a town about 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of Manhattan that’s known as the U.S. hedge fund capital. They’re moving so slowly that it would take more than four years to sell them all, the biggest backlog since at least 2004, according to Mark Pruner, an agent with Prudential Connecticut Realty. Wall Street’s greater emphasis on deferred compensation, in which a portion of an annual bonus will be paid in the future, has stifled demand, he said.”

“Our market moves very closely with the financial markets,” Pruner, based in Greenwich, said in an interview. “Deferred compensation has totally hammered the over-$10 million market because people just aren’t getting large amounts of cash, and that market has traditionally been a cash market.”....


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05/26/11 GREENWICH PRESS RELEASE: Free events from the Center for Integrative Medicine

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 26, 2011

Media Contacts:
George Pawlush 203-863-3126
Marcia Simon 860-395-7244

Calendar Listings

upcoming events from the Center for Integrative Medicine

Thursday, June 2, 7-9pm

Cancer Wellness: A Mind/Body Approach to Living with Cancer

Center for Integrative Medicine
35 River Road, Cos Cob

This is the first of a 5-session workshop that helps you learn simple meditation techniques for relaxation, creative visualization, positive attitude, goal setting, managing pain, exercise, nutrition, regaining hope and building an emotional support system. Classes are offered throughout the year and patients can continue beyond their initial 5-week experience. For more information or to register, call 203-863-3630. FREE to cancer patients and their families.


Tuesday, June 7, 7-8:30pm

Food Sensitivities: Genetics and Gut Function

Center for Integrative Medicine

35 River Road, Cos Cob

Speaker: Henri Roca, MD, Medical Director, Center for Integrative Medicine

Do certain foods that you love disagree with you? Is it because of heredity or the way your intestinal system functions? More importantly, what can you do to be able to once again enjoy the foods you love to eat? This is part of Greenwich Hospital's Celiac/Food Allergy Support Group. To register, call 203-863-4277 or 888-305-9253. FREE.


Wednesday, June 8, 5:30-8:30pm

Green Drinks Greenwich

Center for Integrative Medicine

35 River Road, Cos Cob

From the air we breathe to the water we drink, the food we eat and the places we live and work, there's no doubt that our environment affects our personal health. Greenwich Hospital's Center for Integrative Medicine Medical Director Henri Roca, MD, will share his perspective and discuss a holistic approach to environmental medicine. This is a business networking event for eco-minded individuals. Call 203-863-3630. FREE to attend; a $10 Green Drinks donation is recommended.


Monday, June 20, 7-8:30pm

Movement for Health

Noble Conference Center, Greenwich Hospital

Speakers: Center for Integrative Medicine Medical Director Henri Roca, MD, Integrative Chiropractor Amy O'Donnell, DC, and instructors Ken Dolan, Anne Harris, Jill Lostaglio, Raema Salmon and Roberta Brown Brugo, RN

Motion keeps us healthy. Without movement, illness arises. Experience Tai Chi, Gentle, Kundalini or Partner Yoga. End the evening with Yoga Nidra, a deeply relaxing experience.

Preregistration required. Call 203-863-3630. FREE.


Monday July 18, 7-8:30 pm

New Advances in Women's Health

Noble Conference Center, Greenwich Hospital

Speaker: Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Margaret Hansley, WHNP

Confused by conflicting news reports as to what's good for you? Margaret Hansley, WHNP, helps you to understand how to read between the lines to create an effective personal health plan. To register, call 203-863-3630. FREE.


Fee-Based Events Coming Up From The Greenwich Hospital Center for Integrative Medicine

Tuesday, June 14, 6-7:30 pm

Life in Balance Cooking Class: Living Well Through Cooking With Ancient Grains with Chef Gavin Pritchard, RD

Center for Healthy Living, 55 Holly Hill Lane, Greenwich

Advance registration required to allow for ample portions. Call 203-863-3752. Fee: $20 includes food tastings and take-home recipes.


Tuesday, June 26, 5:30-7pm

Foundations of Meditation Classes

New 8-week session begins for this course that provides thorough training in the theory and practice of correct meditation. Learn about meditation's mind/body benefits, and its applications for dealing with stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, insomnia, headaches and addictive behavior. Gentle, relaxing yoga movements and tools for establishing daily meditation practice are included. To register, call 203-863-3630. Fee: $160.


Tuesday, June 28, 6-7:30 pm

Life in Balance Cooking Class: Living Well By Modifying Recipes with Agave and Stevia with Chef Gavin Pritchard, RD

Center for Healthy Living, 55 Holly Hill Lane, Greenwich

Advance registration required to allow for ample portions. Call 203-863-3752. Fee: $20 includes food tastings and take-home recipes.


Thursday, July 7, 2:30-4pm

Children Creating Music for Relaxation with Suzanne Tribe

This new class begins a 4-week session, and teaches children age 6-10 techniques to connect with their innate musical ability. Children will create their own music for relaxation and take their music home on a CD. Activities include rhythmic breathing exercises, guided imagery with soothing music, mandala drawing, progressive body relaxation, music making with chimes, rain sticks and Tibetan bowls. To register, call 203-863-3630. Fee: $95 for 4 weeks, drop-in rate: $25 per session.


Tuesday, July 12, 6-7:30 pm

Life in Balance Cooking Class: Living Well By Using of a Dehydrator with Chef Gavin Pritchard, RD

Center for Healthy Living, 55 Holly Hill Lane, Greenwich

Advance registration required to allow for ample portions. Call 203-863-3752. Fee: $20 includes food tastings and take-home recipes.


Tuesday, July 26, 6-7:30 pm

Life in Balance Cooking Class: Living Well Through Vegetarianism with Chef Gavin Pritchard, RD

Center for Healthy Living, 55 Holly Hill Lane, Greenwich

Advance registration required to allow for ample portions. Call 203-863-3752. Fee: $20 includes food tastings and take-home recipes.

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05/26/11 Marc Bradley has a new job: Fill Joe Lieberman's Senate Seat With William Tong

A Stamford lawmaker William Tong believes his compelling life story will help catapult him toward the top of the pack of candidates considering a run for retiring U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman's seat.

Rep. William Tong, D-Stamford, has hired Marc Bradley to help with the race for Joe Liberman's soon to vacant senate seat.

It looks like William Tong been talking to friends and potential donors in both Connecticut and Washington D.C. about running for the U.S. Senate.

Tong, the first Asian American elected to the General Assembly, believes he provides a good contrast to U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy and former Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz, who have already announced they're vying for the Democratic party's nomination.

Tong, is a fiscal conservative and a Democrat.

Marc Bradley

Marc Bradley
1st

Political Director

Stamford, Connecticut
Political Organization
Current
  • Political Director at William Tong for US Senate
Past
  • Deputy Political Director & Exploratory Committee Treasurer atLamont for Governor
  • Project Manager at Ashton Capital Management
  • Political Aide at Ned Lamont for Senate
Education
  • Saint Lawrence University
Connections

261 connections

Twitter

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Public Profile

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/marc-bradley/3/97b/6a0

Experience

Privately Held; Political Organization industry

December 2009September 2010 (10 months)

Investment Management industry

January 2007February 2010 (3 years 2 months)

Private Equity Investment Administrator

Political Organization industry

February 2006November 2006 (10 months)

Political Aide to Ned Lamont

Marketing and Advertising industry

May 2005January 2006 (9 months)

Managed client portfolio for e-commerce website that sells US manufactured products.

Nonprofit Organization Management industry

October 2004April 2005 (7 months)

• Maintained medical supply inventory
• Prepared field kits for patients in rural Kenya
• Visited and assessed programs with Assistant Country Director
• Studied Swahili and explored Kenya

Public Company; 201-500 employees; Hospitality industry

October 2001April 2004 (2 years 7 months)

• Implemented and maintained resort safety standards
• Led and supervised rescues and administered first aid to clients
• Debriefed patients and family members on further medical options

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