Meetings

Citizens for Milford holds public meetings on a quarterly basis. All residents of Milford who are interested in learning about our projects, sharing concerns, and working with us on projects that improve the community are invited to attend. If you have an idea to share with us but are unable to attend our next meeting, please send an email to CitizensforMilford@gmail.com. We would love to hear from you!

Our public meeting dates are posted in the “Upcoming Events” section of our website. We also send email reminders, post notices on our Facebook page, and send press releases to local media outlets to announce our meetings. To sign up for email updates, click here.

Videos from Citizens for Milford Public Meetings

Thanks to Milford TV, our public meetings are now recorded and broadcast. Watch our most recent meetings below.

Health Agent Paul Mazzuchelli and Building Commissioner John Erickson answered questions from Milford residents at our public meeting on February 8, 2017.

A discussion of the proposed Chapter 40B apartment complex Robsham Village and its potential positive and negative impacts on our community was the primary agenda item at our September 21, 2016 public meeting held at St. Mary’s Parish Hall. Steve Trettel presented an overview of information provided by Town Counsel Gerald Moody. The residents who attended had many questions, which Citizens for Milford typed and forwarded to Attorney Moody for a response. Those answers will be provided on this website the first week of October.

Guests at the January 27, 2016 meeting included Town Administrator Rick Villani, Finance Director Zach Taylor, and Assistant Town Accountant Wendell Phillips.

Guests at the April 8, 2015 meetingĀ  included Police Chief Thomas O’Loughlin, Highway Surveyor Scott Crisafulli, and Milford Farmers Market President Jennifer Demanche-Yohn.

Minutes from Citizens for Milford Public Meetings
Following are links to the minutes from our previously held public meetings. Please note that these files simply summarize the ideas and concerns presented by everyone in attendance. Because a topic is listed as being discussed does not indicate that Citizens for Milford supports every opinion and idea. Our goal at these meetings is not only to present to the public what projects we are working on, but also to allow members of the community to come together to share concerns and ideas. The leadership group meets separately to discuss new project ideas and determine which ones fall within the scope of our mission and time availability.

Meeting Minutes for 14 January 2015 Public
Meeting Minutes for 16 September 2014 Public
Meeting Minutes for 11 June 2014 Public