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25 Apr

Red Lion Hotel

Red Lion Hotel (formerly the Radisson Hotel)
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

02 May

Stonington Police Department

Stonington Police Department
173 South Broad Street
Pawcatuck, CT 06379

10 May

Hartford Club

Join us for the second annual CCM-sponsored charity event! We look forward to welcoming all CCM members as well as residents, business, state officials, and community members.

We invite partners to sponsor this annual philanthropic event — an opportunity to bring together all those who believe in collaborating for the common good.

This will be an evening of Triple Crown-themed food, fun, and entertainment! Proceeds from this event will go to three great Connecticut causes: Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery, Journey Home, and the Parent Child Resource Center

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Member Spotlight

In a move that’s sure to excite the mobile and tech savvy; Pomfret, Thompson, and Putnam upgraded their websites for 2019. The websites were created by CivicPlus, which was recognized as a GovTech 100 Company for 2019, which recognizes companies looking to improve the public sector, marking the fourth consecutive year on that list.

Recent Updates

April 22, 2019

More than two dozen towns and cities of all sizes across CT presented CCM with key information on where their proposed municipal budgets stand as municipalities proceed deeper into their own budget-approval season.

April 19, 2019

Join us in Stonington for this workshop. Attendees at this session will gain an understanding of how the most important component for a land-use regulatory process to function successfully is that the process be predictable and consistent.

April 22, 2019

For those unfamiliar with the MBR, it says that towns must have in their education budget no less than it did in the previous fiscal year regardless of factors such as school population changes.

April 22, 2019

Rather than earning $20 a ton, processing recyclables may now cost some cities $70 a ton. For instance, in the past the City of Bridgeport made $129,512 a year in profits on recyclables, but they are now projected to pay $394,380 a year in expenses.

Member Benefits

Fraud HL

FraudHL is an anonymous and confidential whistleblower reporting service for potential fraud, ethical issues, and other concerns.

Payment Processing Services

BankCard Services provides competitive rates, fees and equipment for municipal credit card processing.

Municipal Consulting Service Executive Search

Let us walk you through our structured process to find, evaluate, present, and recruit the best available candidates for your executive level positions.

Grant Opportunities

BUILD Grants

Click here for information regarding BUILD (Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development) Grants.