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Local Law Firm Finds New Ways to Serve Community

Attorneys Kurt M. Ahlberg and Carl A. Glad have always given back to the community.  Over the last two weeks they have found new ways to serve the public.


On Monday, November 12th, Attorney Ahlberg was appointed to Stratford’s new Fair Rent Commission where he will serve as Chair.  Attorney Ahlberg previously served as Judge of Probate for Stratford and will bring his judicial temperament and experience to the Commission.  Attorney Ahlberg said, “I look forward to serving Stratford again.  Housing is a crucial matter in our town; ensuring we have appropriate availability and fairness for all parties in the rent process is vital to our community’s success.”  He went on to thank Mayor Laura Hoydick and the Town Council for appointing him to this important role.


On election day, November 7th, Attorney Carl Glad was elected to serve on the Stratford Town Council.  Attorney Glad will serve as the Councilman for Stratford’s 8th Town Council District.  “I am so thankful for my neighbors in the 8th District, I am honored and humbled to serve our amazing town,” said Glad.  “I look forward to working with my fellow members of the Council to unlock Stratford’s potential.”  Attorney Glad will serve a two-year term on the Town Council.


A tenant of the law firm Ahlberg & Glad LLC is to embrace community service and the important social impact their attorneys can make. The Ahlberg & Glad staff are encouraged to share their talents, skills and resources to improve the communities where their clients live and work.  Over the years Attorneys Ahlberg and Glad have served on boards, volunteered, provided pro bono representation, and supported numerous organizations throughout Stratford and Fairfield County.

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