Some news Friday afternoon, Sept. 22 in answer to Amazon question heard at League Legislative Wrap Up...
LWV OF WESTON LEGISLATIVE WRAP UP
Saturday, September 16, 2017
2P.M. to 3:30P.M. Weston Library Community Room
AS SOMEONE ONCE SAID...TIMING IS EVERYTHING. Who knew that LWV of Weston would have a scoop?
Saturday afternoon in Weston Library after finishing their work (for the
House members at 3a.m.that morning, Senate much earlier in a long
Friday Session ) it was electric!
All quiet on the Weston front...before the meeting began
The crowd came pouring in...to hear from Representative Jonathan
Steinberg, Senator Tony Hwang, Representative Adam Dunsby and Senator
Toni Boucher. (not pictured above)
Senate Amendment 'B' the Republican budget - any different from the Democrat's budget? Opening comments.
Some back and forth about which Party's budget was bigger/had more holes/was less complete/but not too angry at each other!
QUESTIONS ANY ONE? ALWAYS TOUGH TO GET THE FIRST QUESTION BUT NOT THIS TIME!
Indeed there were questions. Including one (that
speaker not shown here) about why the Citizen's Election Program was
cut. Everyone who asked questions was concerned and for the most
part, in the business of budgets and finances, it seemed.
2ND ONE WAS WESTON FOCUS...AND THE LAST SPEAKER ASKED IF CT
WOULD BE SEEKING TO WIN THE AMAZON LOTTERY (NEW SECONDARY
Did you know we had so many Westonites in the know about
finances of government, industry and financial planning? Rep. Dunsby has
a doctorate in economics, and was delighted to answer these technical
queries. Addressed to Rep. Steinberg, the question about whether
the State was seeking to locate Amazon in the Stamford-Bridgeport