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Malloy wants citizen input during Norwalk visit

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The public wasn’t notified three weeks ago when Gov. Dannel Malloy came to Norwalk, but next week’s visit is being well hyped. The community forum gives state residents an opportunity to discuss the state’s pressing issues face-to-face with Malloy, a press release said.

NORWALK, Conn. – Gov. Dannel Malloy and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman are coming to Norwalk next week to hear first hand whatever issues the public can squeeze into an hour at West Rocks Middle School.

The town hall-style community forum will begin at 7 p.m. at the school, located at 81 West Rocks Road, a press release said. You are encouraged to get there early if you’d like to ask a question. Doors open at 6:15 p.m.

Tickets are not necessary and seats are available on a first come, first served basis.

Additional dates and locations across the state will be announced as they are scheduled.  For the latest schedule, go to http://governor.ct.gov/communityforums.

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5 responses to “Malloy wants citizen input during Norwalk visit”

  1. LWitherspoon

    My input is to please stop allowing your fellow party members in the legislature to shaft Norwalk when distributing ECS money. Consider the socioeconomic status of the majority of district residents, and the number who grow up in a home where English is not the first language.
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    Also, please don’t raise taxes any further unless the tax hikes are accompanied by ten times as much in spending cuts. Lastly, don’t make deals with State Employee Unions that prohibit layoffs of Union workers.

  2. NorwalkVoter

    Governor Malloy is always welcome in Norwalk. He listens and he acts… a true leader. We are fortunate to have such a governor leading our state.

  3. LWitherspoon

    @NorwalkVoter
    Can you provide specific examples where Gov. Malloy listened and then acted in a way that helped Norwalk?
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    I appreciate Gov. Malloy’s moderate positions on some issues but highly disliked his proposal to eliminate the car tax, which would have deprived municipalities of badly needed revenue for education and other priorities. Regardless of your political affiliation I hope we can agree that as a country we’ve had enough tax cuts that aren’t paid for. I would have liked that proposal if Malloy accompanied it with state spending cuts that allowed the state to replace the lost revenue.

  4. Tim T

    NorwalkVoter
    I agree 100 percent
    He has done a lot for Ct especially considering the mess he inherited from the Republican Grandma Rell.
    Let us not forget because of him we will no longer have to pay the insane car taxes.

  5. BARIN

    One hour isn’t enough time to answer questions from the public.

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