Members of Milford’s Economic Development Commission are looking forward to a busy year and expect to continue the success the small shoreline city has recently enjoyed in business growth after adopting a new plan that supports existing strengths and puts a new focus on its oldest asset – its harbor.
Join us for this valuable session where you will learn how to establish and operate an ethics commission; outline steps to develop a code of ethics for your town or city; learn how to avoid and resolve conflicts of interest; and find out what's legal, appropriate, and fair regarding gifts, travel expenses, outside employment, and nepotism.
Teachers, union leaders, and local officials voiced their vehement opposition Tuesday to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposal to shift one third of teachers pension costs — $400 million — to cities and towns.
The Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee is expected to wrap up its work soon, but until then it seems to be pursuing every revenue generating idea it can to close the two year $3.6 billion budget deficit.