Derby has saved more than $60,000 in prescription drug costs since becoming a member of the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities and is encouraging residents to get in on the savings. According to Andrew Baklik, the city’s chief of staff, Derby recently rejoined CCM as a municipal member.
In an acceptance speech from the stage of New Haven’s College Street Music Hall, Lamont offered leaders of Connecticut’s cities and towns a deal to help stabilize both their own and the state’s finances: regionalization in return for support on municipal aid and local property taxes.
Join us for this evening session in Bridgeport on August 28th. In this workshop you will learn keys to successful meetings: legal requirements; 8 steps to motions; Roberts Rules of Order; managing debate; practical steps to meeting management; and more!
CCM announced that the likely last gubernatorial TV debate, to be held one week before Election Day — sponsored by CCM, WTNH and The Hartford Courant — will be moderated by long-time CT news anchor Ann Nyberg, with two panelists, veteran WTNH newscaster Keith Kountz and a veteran Hartford Courant reporter.
There were no surprises in Tuesday’s primary elections for attorney general, comptroller and treasurer as voters selected the same candidates that were nominated at their party’s conventions this past spring. Republicans tapped Sue Hatfied for attorney general, Kurt Miller for comptroller, and Thad Gray for treasurer.