We invite all Milford residents to attend our first public meeting of the new year on Wednesday, January 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the Milford Town Library.
Town Administrator Richard Villani and Finance Director Zachary Taylor will be our special guests. “Providing direct access to our public officials is a priority for Citizens for Milford. We encourage residents to join us on the 27th to meet Mr. Villani and Mr. Taylor and to ask them their own questions about town projects and finances,” says Co-Chairman John Seaver.
Additional agenda items include a discussion of projects and events that Citizens for Milford has planned for 2016, such as the Candidates Forum, Beautification Day, and “A Conversation with Congressman Joe Kennedy III.” Our complete 2016 calendar is displayed here on the right.
New members are encouraged to attend this public meeting, volunteer, and share their concerns and ideas for additional projects that benefit the community at large.
The meeting will be video recorded and broadcast on Milford TV at subsequent times. The video will also be available to watch on our website as soon as it is available following the event.
The Milford Town Library is located at 80 Spruce Street. The meeting will be held in the library’s Granite and Quarry rooms on the lower level. Limited parking is available at the library. Additional parking is available on Spruce Street and at nearby Stacy Middle School.
Citizens for Milford Named the January Hometown Hope Initiative Recipient
Also, we are honored to announce that Citizens for Milford has been selected as the local nonprofit group awarded a full month of free radio time through the Hometown Hope Initiative. Please tune in to WMRC First Class Radio, 1490 AM, every day this month to hear members of Citizens for Milford share news about our projects and events for 2016 in radio spots that are playing four to six times each day. We are grateful to WMRC and Asphalt Engineering for providing us with this valuable community outreach opportunity.
Did you miss any of our spots? Just click here to visit our Hometown Hope Initiative page and listen to each of our ads at your own convenience.