FAIRFIELD — The revelation that state officials have a letter falsely stating Fairfield boards knew about a change in the pact for the Fairfield Metro railroad station guaranteeing that commuter parking revenues would first reimburse the state’s $19.4 million debt on the project, instead of the town, was met with “stunned silence,” according to First Selectman Michael Tetreau.  Read full story……

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