It appears that Bridgeport isn't the only city that has a politician with a residency problem.
For years there have been grumblings regarding the residency of City Councilman Gregg Seabury; specifically, does the at large representative actually live in Danbury?
Court documents filed by Seabury are sure to raise eyebrows and among local politicos and at the very least, prompt a more detailed inquiry into the councilman's residency by the state's election enforcement commission.
Here's a copy of Seabury's case detail (via the State of CT's Judicial Branch website), make note of his filing address (labeled in red).
For verification purposes, I decided to plug the name " Gregg Seabury" and "Danbury CT" into the database at WhitePages.com. This is a copy of the result.
While WhitePages.com did not find anything for Seabury in Danbury, it did show a listing for the Councilman that matches the address filed in the court documents.
The question remains, where exactly does Seabury reside?
If Seabury lives in Danbury, why does court documents have him listed in Fairfield?
If Seabury lives in Danbury, why did WhitePages.com return a result of "we did not find an exact match for Gregg Seabury in Danbury" when his name was entered in the website's database?
During an election year, the voters of Danbury deserve to know if their at-large councilman actually resides in the city he represents.