The Board of Selectmen will hold a public hearing on Thursday, February 22nd at 7:00pm in the Polson Middle School auditorium to solicit feedback on the proposals with the goal of ranking the eligible pool of developers and eliminating one or more of the lowest ranking proposals.
Join the conversation and be part of the decision-making process!
This is another stage in the process of determining the future development of the Academy School site. During the Regular Board of Selectmen meeting, the Board will formally vote to eliminate one or more of the proposals and enter into a “due diligence” period with the remaining developers. This period is expected to last anywhere from several weeks to a few months.
This is another opportunity to make your voice heard!
The Killingworth Democratic Town Committee is cohosting an event with the Clinton and Westbrook DTCs to introduce candidates for governor in Connecticut to the voters.
Please join us for our regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the Hammonasset Room at Madison Town Campus. An agenda will be posted as we get closer to the meeting date.
The Clinton, Killingworth, and Westbrook Democratic Town Committees are co-hosting an event featuring candidates that will be running for Constitutional offices in the State of Connecticut in the 2018 elections. Candidates to be announced.
We invite Madison Democrats to join the Town Committee at the local March for our Lives event in Guilford, CT being held this Saturday, March 24th from 12:30-3:30 p.m. at the Guilford Green. Join with us as part of a national movement to demand an end to gun violence by speaking out in favor of stronger and more sensible gun legislation. The event will feature a one-mile walk and a host of speakers including local students, advocacy groups, State Representatives Sean Scanlon and Lonnie Reed, and Senator Richard Blumenthal. So get out your comfortable shoes, dress for the weather, and make a sign to carry as we stand in solidarity against gun violence in our country.
If you would like to march with the Madison Democrats, please contact Pam Greene for instructions about where to meet. (We will also post this information here on our website if you want to check back in later this week.)
Hon. Lauren Gister
Hon. Angus McDonald
Hon. Norm Needleman
Invite you to an afternoon reception
to support our friend
Congressman Joe Courtney
Connecticut’s Second Congressional District
Sunday, March 25, 2018
At The Home of Candace and Justin Kronholm
10 Old Depot Rd
CLICK HERE TO RSVP
Suggested Contribution Levels: Other / $500 / $250 / $125 / $100
All contributions gratefully accepted.
To RSVP or for more information please contact Nick Boreen
Nicholas.D.Boreen@gmail.com or (860) 885-4600
The Madison Board of Selectman will hold a public hearing on an ordinance prohibiting waste associated with natural gas and oil extraction through a process known as “fracking” in the town of Madison. The hearing is scheduled for Monday, March 26 at 6:30 p.m. in Town Campus Room A. Link here to read a draft of the proposed ordinance.
The Madison Democratic Town Committee passed the following resolution regarding the ban of fracking waste at its regular meeting on March 12: “It is resolved that the Madison Democratic Town Committee supports the adoption of a town ordinance prohibiting the storage, handling, treatment, disposal and use of all waste derived from natural gas and oil extraction processes in order to protect public health and safety and the quality of natural resources and property within the Town of Madison, and we urge the Madison Board of Selectmen to pass an ordinance that is substantively the same as the ordinance passed by at least 35 other Connecticut towns thus far.”
There is some concern on the part of supporters of the fracking waste ban that a change made to the original ordinance “Prohibitions” would allow materials containing fracking wastes in our town if they received “Beneficial Use Determination or other approval for use by the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection (CT DEEP).” We encourage people to come out to support the ordinance while making it clear that language allowing any fracking waste should be eliminated from the final ordinance.
Please contact Susan Glantz for more information.
The Madison Democratic Town Committee is holding a Special Meeting on March 28th at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Campus Hammonassett Room to elect our delegates to the various state conventions in April and May:
- April 18: Democratic State Central Representatives
- May 18-19: State Convention
- May 14: U.S. House of Representatives – 2nd Congressional District
- May 16: CT State Representative – 101st District
- May 21: CT State Senate – 12th Senate District
- May 23: Probate Judge
- May 22-29: Madison Registrar of Voters
It’s important for voting members of the MDTC to attend.
If you would like to serve as a delegate, please contact MDTC Chair Peggy Lyons.
The Westbrook Democratic Town Committee is co-hosting an event with the Killingworth and Clinton DTCs to meet Connecticut’s Democratic candidates for the office of Governor. Gubernatorial candidates Ned Lamont and Jonathan Harris will be on hand to speak and field questions.
March 29, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.