Remember Gene Rosen? The guy that “found” six kids on his front lawn and neglected to mention that the firehouse was next door to his house?
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Newtown, Connecticut 06470
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, 25 Sept 2012 [cached]CEO Eugene Rosen firstname.lastname@example.org www.genespetservice.com
, 11 April 2006 [cached]
Gene Rosen, a resident of Sandy Hook, CT for the past twenty years, is a retired psychologist who worked for several years in Newtown at Fairfield Hills State Hospital.
He, and his wife, Marilyn, are the happy owners of four stray cats, Leah, Max, Cleo and Wolfee. Leah was found over 10 years ago wandering the grounds of the Garner Correctional Facility in Newtown, while Max and Cleo are recent adoptees from the Danbury Animal Welfare Society in Bethel, CT. Wolfee found them and moved in all on his own! Today these fat cats can be found on any given day in one of their many favorite lazy cat hide-outs!
Gene first became interested in the pet-sitting business after having personally used a pet-sitting service. Both of the Rosens loved knowing that their "children" were left at home, in a safe, familiar environment, receiving wonderful care.
Gene believes at the heart of his pet-sitting service lies the basic commodity of trust and he looks forward to serving his friendly neighbors in Sandy Hook, Newtown and surrounding areas.
News Times Live Pet sitter adds photos for his customerswww.news.newstimes.com
, 6 July 2005 [cached]
Gene Rosen sells stamps at the Canine Advocates of Newtown Valentine's Day Boutique at the C.H. Booth Library to help raise money for a new dog pound in Newtown.
Rosen doesn't charge his clients for the pictures, which are professional in quality.
"People love it," Rosen said."It's a complimentary part of the service."
Taking that service a step further, Rosen, a Canine Advocates of Newtown volunteer for the past five years, also donates his time and talent taking similar pictures for its fundraisers.
"I'm happy to do it," said Rosen, a retired state employee."I've got a nice pension
and I've got the pet sitting business.I'm under no pressure to charge."
"Gene is willing to come to take pictures for our scrapbook, too," said CAN president Virginia Jess.
Rosen, the grandfather of 2-year-old Jack, the apple of his eye, continues to use his theatrical skills
as a reader to children attending Hill and Plain Elementary School in New Milford.
The ever generous Rosen donates his talent to CAN, the Newtown Dog Pound ("I take the pictures that appear in the local newspaper," he said) and is now getting involved with the state's Lyme Disease Task Force.
He is also "flirting" with the idea of going into the pet photography business.
For the time being, though, that will wait.His plate is full.
To contact Gene Rosen at Gene's Trusty Pet Service, call (203) 589-9154, e-mail email@example.com
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The Cable Advisory Council is a legally created entity of the State of Connecticut. Its statutory existence is documented in the official Bylaws of the Advisory Council, and exists to carry forth the following missions with the CCFA License holder, Charter Communications, and the Designated Community Access Provider in PURA Cable Franchise map area 19.
The Cable Advisory Council charge is to carry forth the work set in CT law as an extension of the PURA; to be an active partner supporting the designated Community Access Provider programming and operations; and be the Advisory agent for Community Interests in communications with the Cable company about policies, products, & services.
This mission summary is drawn directly from the body of CT law, enforced by the Executive Branch of CT State government through the Department of Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) and its regulations. The Cable Advisory Council Mission and authority details are specifically the following:
A To promote and protect a secure future for meaningful Community Access television programming created by Community based groups of Producers. 16-331a (b)
B To advise PURA on the qualifications of a third party non-profit organizations which may petition to become a Designated Community Access Provider (CAP). 16-331a ( c.1)
C To petition for an official hearing to review the Programming and Operations of the existing Designated Community Access Provider (CAP). 16-331a ( c
D To advise the Designated Community Access Provider (CAP) on the suitability of adult programming. 16-331a( g).
E To request an independent audit of the Designated Community Access provider operations, programming, and technical standards. 16-331a (h).
F To meet with official representatives of Charter Communications – the CCFA license holder at least twice per year. 16-333t ( a ).
G To offer advisory opinion and/or request advice on any issues involving Charter Communications products and services. 16-331
H To serve in any contested case involving Charter – the CCFA license holder, and the PURA with intervenor status. 16-331t ( d ).
I To appoint one representative to serve on the State-Wide Video Advisory Council 16-331i.http://www.cableadvisorycouncil.com/charge.htm