The Madison Democratic Town Committee will hold its next regular meeting on Monday, March 13 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Hammonasset Room at Madison Town Campus, 8 Campus Drive.
The meeting is open and all are welcome to attend.
Agenda items include presentations on:
- Process for Election of MDTC Members & Officers
- Process for Municipal Candidate Selection
- Functions, Roles, and Responsibilities of Major Town Boards Presented by Current Elected Officials on the Board of Selectmen, Board of Finance, and Board of Education
Anyone interested in being a candidate for an elected board in the 2017 municipal elections is encouraged to attend!
Please join members of the Chatham Square Neighborhood Association and Action Together CT-New Haven and as they welcome Kevin Lembo, CT State Comptroller, who will discuss implications of the CT State Budget. Come prepared with questions and get some answers! Invite your friends! This meeting will be in the auditorium of the Worthington Hooker Middle School on Whitney Avenue.
The Madison Board of Finance will be holding a meeting and public hearing regarding the Town and Education budgets presented by the Board of Selectmen and the Board of Education.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 22 from 7:00-8:00 pm
WHERE: Polson Middle School, 302 Green Hill Road
We encourage all to attend and speak up!
The Town of Madison Wants to Hear From You!
The Town is seeking public input regarding the future of the Academy School, formerly the Hand Academy that was gifted from Daniel Hand in 1884. The original school building was demolished and replaced with the current building in 1921 which served the Madison school system for 83 years until the school was closed in 2004 and transferred to the Town of Madison in 2011.
Studies of this historic building suggest that renovation could be costly and the site has been vacant for over a decade. This past year, a plan by the Shoreline Arts Alliance to rehabilitate the 94-year-old school and transform it into a cultural center for the arts was voted down by the Republican members on the Board of Selectmen.
Please join the conversation at the Public Workshop!
WHEN: Tuesday, March 14 at 7:00 pm
WHERE: Polson Middle School Cafeteria, 302 Green Hill Road
More information at: http://madisonct.org/771/Academy-School.
Critical decisions on the future of our schools are being made and your voice needs to be heard! On April 4th, the Board of Education will meet to discuss the two final options resulting from the School Facilities Study and take public comment. A final vote by the Board between the two options is expected on April 18th – so now is the time to learn the facts and share your views before they vote!
PLEASE come to learn about what is happening. . . .and bring a friend!
For more background information, LINK TO THIS ARTICLE.
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This meeting of the Madison Democratic Town Committee has been moved to the third Monday of the month on April 17 because the Madison Public Schools will be on vacation during the preceding week. The meeting will be held in the Hammonasset Room at Madison Town Campus. Important business includes the election of a new MDTC Chair and Vice Chair to fill current vacancies on the executive board, and a presentation focusing on the MDTC Nominations Committee providing an overview of how it functions. There will also be elections for new members to the Nominations Committee and to the Town Committee. Please link to a printable APRIL 2017 MEETING AGENDA for more information
The Madison Board of Finance will conduct a budget workshop review and take action immediately following the public hearing on the Town and Education budgets. For more information on the state of Madison’s budgets, LINK HERE.
It is important to come well informed and make your voice heard!
The Shoreline League of Democratic Women (SLDW) will hold their April meeting and Women@Risk Speaker Series on Thursday, April 20 at the Westbrook Library.
7:00-8:00 PM Women@Risk Series: “Financial Durability for Women”
Emily Bjornberg, Sr. Executive Assistant for Financial Literacy, Office of the Treasurer, State of Connecticut, will focus on how women can build assets for financial durability. She will also cover CT programs such as CHET, CRSA and ABLE. Emily’s presentation will end with audience Q&A.
8:00-9:00 PM Monthly Meeting for April
The Westbrook Library, 61 Goodspeed Drive, is on the left before you reach the Daisy Ingraham Elementary School. You can also park in the back of the library, and enter directly into the Community Room. If you have any questions, call 860-399-1147 or send an email to email@example.com.
CT Shoreline Indivisible (CTSI) will hold its monthly meeting on Saturday, April 22 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the First Congregational Church of Guilford located at 122 Broad Street, Guilford, CT. The meeting will begin in the sanctuary for a talk by Kevin Lembo followed by Q&A. After this, attendees will break into the smaller subgroups for working meetings on the following four topics: immigration, healthcare, national politics, and local Connecticut politics.