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Connecticut Students for a Dream

Get Active with #AFFORDTODREAM

At our April 17 meeting, the MDTC voted to support legislation at the State level aimed at providing equal access to student-generated, institutional aid at CT public colleges and universities to ALL CT resident in-state students regardless of their immigration status.  Learn more about this issue at Connecticut Students for a Dream and DOWNLOAD A FLYER.

ACT NOW by contacting State Senator Ted Kennedy, Jr. and State Representative Noreen Kokoruda urging them to vote YES for the following legislation: HB7000: An Act Equalizing Access to Student Generated Aid and SB 17: An Act Assisting Students Without Legal Immigration Status With the Cost of College.

Upcoming Events

6:00 pm BOS Special Meeting with BOF and... @ Madison Town Campus, Room A
BOS Special Meeting with BOF and... @ Madison Town Campus, Room A
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm
BOS Special Meeting with BOF and BOE to Discuss School Facilities Plan and Hear Public Comment @ Madison Town Campus, Room A
Come to a special meeting of the Board of Selectman with the Board of Education and the Board of Finance to discuss the School Facilities Study and take public comment.  The Board of Education voted[...]
6:00 pm Democratic State Rep. Sean Scanl... @ Guilford Community Center
Democratic State Rep. Sean Scanl... @ Guilford Community Center
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Democratic State Rep. Sean Scanlon Holds Citizens Budget Workshop in Guilford @ Guilford Community Center
Sean Scanlon, the CT State Representative for Guilford and Branford, will be holding a workshop on the Connecticut State budget from 6:00-8:00 pm on Monday evening, April 24.  Here is a note from Sean explaining[...]
1:00 pm HERE TO STAY RALLY for Immigrati... @ State Capitol Building, North Steps
HERE TO STAY RALLY for Immigrati... @ State Capitol Building, North Steps
Apr 29 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
A coalition of immigrant rights, business, and labor groups are planning to hold a large rally on the north steps of the State Capitol building in Hartford to show support for immigrants and immigrant rights[...]

Recent News

Let the BoE Hear Your Voice!

Join us this Tuesday, April 4th at 7:30 at Town Campus to listen to the Board of Education discuss the options for the School Facility Plan and give your views!  The decision that the Board of Education will make over the next few weeks will drive possible school...

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The State of Madison’s Budgets

Learn more about the state of Madison’s budgets, the difficult decisions that might be ahead given possible cuts in State funding, and how you can engage in this issue when the Board of Finance holds its next public hearing on April 18. Let your voice be heard!

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Get Involved in 2017!

We have openings for Democrats or unaffiliated voters to serve on various boards and commissions, in addition to candidates to run in our municipal elections this November 2017. Please contact Amanda Mitchell, Nomination Committee Chair at amjkaplan@gmail.com

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Academy School Reuse Survey

Attention All Madison Residents: Please follow this link and complete the survey for the Reuse of Academy School. Your honest answers should carry some weight! When we know more about how this information will be used, we will update this post.

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Senior Tax Freeze Approved

Democrats have worked very hard to develop and promote this ordinance. The Madison Senior Tax Freeze Passes! Thanks to everyone for your help and support tonight. 222 yes 57 no. Let’s keep working together to make Madison work for everyone!

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Madison Town Senior Center

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