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Fairfield County is one of eight counties in Connecticut. It is located in the southwestern corner of the state. Fairfield county is Connecticut's most populous county, with an estimated population of 905,000. Fairfield County is also one of the highest-income counties in the United States. Connecticut counties do not have county governments. Individual towns are responsible for administering local government.

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  • The State of Connecticut website contains information on how to file a Freedom of Information request and how to contact the Public Records Administrator. [1]. Other information normally found on individual county websites may be obtained through the state government's website, located here: State of Connecticut Website.

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