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Norwalk council forms committees

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Norwalk Common Council members line up for a photo Tuesday in the council chambers after their meeting.

NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk Common Council members organized Tuesday night, setting up the foundation for the first year of its term by announcing the following committees:

Finance/Claims

Second Thursday, 7 p.m. Room 231

Bruce Kimmel, chairman

Doug Hempstead

John Igneri

David McCarthy

Jerry Petrini

Travis Simms

David Watts

 Land Use and Building Management

First Wednesday, 7 p.m., Room A333

Richard Bonenfant, chairman

Faye Bowman

Sharon Stewart

Eloisa Melendez

Jerry Petrini

Personnel

Fourth Wednesday, 6 p.m., Room 123

Glenn Iannaccone, chairman

Faye Bowman

Doug Hempstead

John Igneri

John Kydes

Michelle Maggio

Shannon O’Toole-Giandurco

Public Works

First Tuesday, 7 p.m., Room 231

David McCarthy, chairman

John Igneri

Bruce Kimmel

Michelle Maggio

Eloisa Melendez

Jerry Petrini

David Watts

Health, Welfare and Public Safety

Fourth Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Room 231

Michelle Maggio, chairwoman

Richard Bonenfant

Faye Bowman

Glenn Iannaccone

John Kydes

David McCarthy

Sharon Stewart

Ordinance

Third Tuesday, 7 p.m. Room 231

Shannon O’Toole-Giandurco, chairwoman

Richard Bonenfant

Doug Hempstead

Glenn Iannaccone

Travis Simms

Sharon Stewart

David Watts

Planning

First Thursday, 7 p.m., Room 231

Doug Hempstead, chairman

Richard Bonenfant

Bruce Kimmel

John Kydes

Shannon O’Toole-Giandurco

Travis Simms

Sharon Stewart

Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs

Third Wednesday, 7 p.m., Room A333

Jerry Petrini, chairman

Faye Bowman

Michelle Maggio

David McCarthy

Eloisa Melendez

Shannon O’Toole-Giandurco

John Kydes

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One response to “Norwalk council forms committees”

  1. Joe Espo

    Now that the obstructive malcontents- Duleep, Pena and Miklave are off the council, we can finally look forward to forwarding the future of Norwalk. This wasn’t no picture that could have been seen after the first council meeting two years ago, when the “Occupy Norwalk” faction charged on with double-barreled political shotguns aimed at anyone that wasn’t a grievance grubbing democrat.

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