Mayor’s Schedule for the Week of January 22-26

Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu

As a public service, the Roundup provides the Mayor’s weekly schedule.

Monday, January 22
Meeting with Joanie Sutter, Nutmeg TV; meeting with Webster Bank; BDA budget committee meeting; status meeting with Chief Gould; lunch with Dr. Sue Moreau; monthly meeting of the Bristol Development Authority, monthly meeting of the Fire Board; BOE Budget workshop.

Tuesday, January 23
Weekly meeting with Corporation Counsel; meeting with sales staff from Doubletree Hotel; interview with Mike Hydeck from Channel 30 on opioid issues; Public Works Budget Committee meeting; meeting with Energy Task Force members and West Hartford Energy Manager; special meeting of the Board of finance to discuss the BOE audit followed by regular meeting of the Board of Finance; BEHS wrestling v. Maloney (senior night!).

Wednesday, January 24
Coffee with John Boi; Weekly meeting with Comptroller; School readiness meeting; meeting with AT&T representatives; Brian Rooney, GM for Bristol Blues; meeting with BDA and Pint & Plate owners; Bristol Historical Society board meeting.

Thursday, January 25
HIV/AIDs Task Force meeting; Senior Center luncheon with Councilman Hahn; Meeting with Faneuil management; meeting with Brownfield Land Bank consultant re: Sessions building; Arts & Entertainment Task Force meeting.

Friday, January 26
Building Dept budget meeting with Comptroller; Lunch with Alan Boardman; visit with Bob Douglas; afternoon desk time reserved for reading/meeting prep; Jim Walonoski’s retirement party.


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