UA-8412995-1 The Southport Globe: Fairfield RTM District 1 Open Forum For Taxpayers on Saturday

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Fairfield RTM District 1 Open Forum For Taxpayers on Saturday

Fairfield RTM District 1 Members to Host Open Forum
For Taxpayers
Saturday, February 25, 12:00 pm
Trinity Episcopal Church, 651 Pequot Ave, Southport, CT
FREE
Taking their balanced and fiscally-responsible message directly to Fairfield and Southport taxpayers, members of the Fairfield Representative Town Meeting (RTM) for District One will host their first community meeting this term on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at Trinity Episcopal Church in the “Parish Hall” from 12 noon until 2:30 pm. All District One residents are strongly encouraged to attend the meeting where they will have the opportunity to share their views and concerns directly with their local RTM Representatives.
In addition to a question and answer period with District One voters, topics to be reviewed at the forum will include: (1) public safety initiatives underway and planned, (2) Mill Hill river remediation and action plan for former Exide property, (3) concerns about potential hunting on Town-owned properties in District One (4) analysis of District One property appraisal and tax assessment issues and (5) preliminary conversation about the 2012-2013 proposed Town and Education budgets. This is a public meeting open to all Town of Fairfield residents.
Trinity Episcopal Church is located at 651 Pequot Avenue at the intersection of Center Street in Southport.
Members of Fairfield RTM District One include: David Becker, Majority Leader (R-1); Michael Herley, Chairman of Public Health and Safety (R-1); Gaylord Meyer, Member of Public Health and Safety; Carolyn Richmond, Secretary for Education and Recreation (R-1); and Eric Sundman, Chairman of Public Works & Planning (R-1).
District One serves residents in Southport, parts of Mill Hill, Southport Woods, Sasco Hill, Old Dam, Pine Creek, Oldfield, Veres Park, and Reef Road (West), among other neighborhoods. For a detailed map of the streets included in District One please visit the Town of Fairfield’s web site, which may be found at http://www.fairfieldct.org/RTM.pdf
District One RTM members also maintain a unified District-wide website http://www.district1reps.com/ that includes the latest information on local initiatives and each District One RTM member has an individual website and twitter feed, which may be found there.
For more information on the meeting please contact Michael Herley at michael.herley@gmail.com.

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