Following Prostitution Bust, An Ethics Commission Kayo

Kayo Stamford
Dr. Noel Kayo, seen here Thursday at a concert in Stamford. Photo by Francesca Andre via CT Post.

From Brian Lockhart, CT Post:

The ethics commission member accused of soliciting a prostitute has “with great reluctance” resigned. But Dr. Noel Kayo also wrote in his letter to Mayor Joe Ganim that he hoped to again volunteer for a municipal board after he clears his “good name and reputation.”

Kayo, as previously reported, was arrested last month in Stratford for allegedly attempting to meet a prostitute he contacted online through He admitted as such, according to the police report, but in interviews afterward claimed it was all a misunderstanding.

Full story here.



  1. That picture and a statement (quote) from a recent “Quality Inn Gate” story from the Post could be used to create a really eye-catching campaign mailer… Truly surreal. If only Barnum were alive — he could have made this work for us, especially using modern communications/marketing methods… He would have been putting things in place for creating a political tourist attraction, e.g., maybe starting up a little mini-van, political sites “tour of the city,” perhaps selling a touring-dining package called “Tammmany Hall Tours,” even as he had stage, screen/TV scripts being prepared and copyrighted to tell the entertaining side of the Bridgeport political story using this latest surreal episode as the portal to the rest of our Twilight Zone tale…

    I bet there is no other place in the world with such a colorful cast of characters as the Bridgeport political stage…

    Come-on Lennie! It’s time for you to partner with a lyricist and musical composer and write the musical comedy “Bridgeport!”… It would have to be at least three hours long with an intermission… (Dr. Kayo could play himself…)


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