Mayor’s Schedule for the Week of January 15-20

Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu

Monday, January 15
Bristol CT NAACP‘s MLK day Breakfast; Grand Opening at Dynamite Deals, Farmers Market info meeting (Collinsville), meeting with Councilwoman Fortier on various items.

Tuesday, January 16
Meetings with Water Superintendent Rob Longo, Senior Center Director Patty Tomasczak, weekly meeting with Corporation Counsel Dale Clift; Mayor’s office budget review; Meeting with Speaker (Hartford) with Rep. Chris Ziogas and Bristol Hospital executives; Public Works Budget Committee; Police Commission monthly meeting. (and most likely more snow).

Wednesday, January 17
Weekly meeting with Comptroller Diane Waldron; meeting on city’s technology issues; Nutmeg Symphony meeting, Public Works Budget Committee meeting; Fire Budget and Apparatus Committee meetings, constituent meeting; Forestville Village Association meeting; monthly Park Board meeting; BEHS wrestling v. Maloney.

Thursday, January 18
Meeting with Ginger Grant; meeting with Eversource representatives; BRRFOC Policy Board meeting; Sewer Committee meeting; monthly Public Works Commission meeting.

Friday, January 19
Bill Carroll, City of New Britain Econ Dev Director; Lunch with Rit Carter; Route 6 Mail delivery meeting (rescheduled from Jan. 10). Afternoon reserved for desk time/reading time.

Saturday, January 20
CT Conference of Municipalities (CCM) Workshop for Elected Officials (Rocky Hill); Women’s Rally/dinner in Hartford.


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