The next regular meeting of the Madison Democratic Town Committee has been moved to Monday, November 19 beginning at 7:00 pm in the Hammonasset Room at Madison Town Campus. Join us as we discuss results of the 2018 elections and what it will mean for Madison.
The MDTC December meeting has been moved to Friday, December 14 and will be held at the home of Jude Hession located at 368 Bartlett Drive in Madison, CT.
Join members of Connecticut Shoreline Indivisible for a monthly meeting and holiday celebration as they reflect back on a productive year.
The Madison Democratic Town Committee will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, January 14 beginning at 7:15 p.m. at the Madison Senior Center Café.
Note that the rest of the meetings for 2019 will be scheduled in the Hammonasset Room at Madison Town Campus beginning at 7:00 pm.
The Madison Democratic Town Committee will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, February 11 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Hammonasset Room at Madison Town Campus. We welcome all who would like to attend and learn more about the local Democratic party in Madison, CT.
The Board of Education will be presenting its budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year at a joint meeting of the Board of Selectmen and Board of Finance. The BOE presentation time has been changed to begin at 6:00 p.m.
There is a lot of misinformation being spun around Madison, so come learn firsthand to know the facts about the BOE proposed budget for 2019-2020.
The Madison business and economic community is invited to attend an important forum to discuss the Board of Education’s 10 Year Capital Maintenance Plan and optimal approaches to address aging facilities. The forum will be hosted by the Economic Development Commission and the Board of Education.
This forum is building on the public outreach efforts being conducted by the “Tri-Board School Facilities Working Group,” an ad hoc committee comprised of six members, two each from the Boards of Selectmen, Finance, and Education. This working group is charged with the task of working collaboratively across the three primary town Boards to identify options and solutions beyond the current BOE adopted 10 Year Capital Maintenance Plan to address the issue of aging school facilities and mounting maintenance projects facing the Madison School District.
Madison residents are encourage to attend and participate in the discussion.
Connecticut Shoreline Indivisible (CTSI) will be holding its general monthly meeting on Saturday, February 23 from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon. They will be hosting special guest speaker Denise Merrill, our Secretary of the State. Secretary Merrill will be discussing early voting initiatives and other voting initiatives in Connecticut.
The Branford Forum will be hosting Dr. Thomas Graham from the Yale Jackson Institute for Global Affairs who will be giving a talk titled, “Debunking Myths About Russia in U.S. Policy-Making,” Although it’s been almost 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, many of our notions about Russia were formed during the Cold War. What do we understand and what do we miss about Putin’s Russia? To develop an effective Russia policy, the United States must see Russia clearly.
Upcoming Branford Forum Events:
March 31: Eric Fine, “Practical Solutions for Climate Change”
April 28: Andy Sisson, “USAID and U.S. Foreign Relations”
May 19: Jacob Hacker, “U.S. Health Care Policy”