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A Chance to Listen
by Sen. Joe Markley
State debt, taxes, government waste, town needs, and transportation issues are among the topics likely to come up when I host a series of Town Hall Meetings along with my fellow legislators in the 16th district.
On Wednesday, January 22, from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m. the Waterbury Regional Chamber will host its annual Legislative Breakfast at the CoCo Key Water Resort Hotel & Convention Center at 3580 East Main Street in Waterbury. The event provides Chamber members the opportunity to hear from state leaders on their priorities regarding numerous issues that impact the business community, including taxes, workforce development, health care concerns, energy costs, infrastructure funding, and brownfield remediation.
Getting the state’s ailing budget back in the black and unemployed Connecticut residents back to work are top priorities for Lezlye Zupkus, who was sworn in today as state representative for the 89th General Assembly District covering Bethany, Cheshire, and Prospect.