Tuesday, March 05, 2013

2 Important Meetings: Big Dan Comes to Town!

1. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman will host a community forum in Middletown on Wednesday, March 6.Wednesday’s forum in Middletown will be held at City Hall, 245 deKoven Drive, and will run from 7 to 8 p.m. Staged questions by Malloy lackeys & pre-screened questions will be allowed by sign-in sheet.

Those wishing to do business at City Hall Thursday morning should not the late opening, as Mayor Dan Drew will be arriving later than usual. 
The citizen's understanding is called upon, for our dear Mayor's lips will be quite sore from all the butt kissing on Wednesday. 

 Mayor Drew will resume his usual schedule of leaving early at 2:30 pm to watch his children, and have the mayor mobile returned by Mayoral aide Joe Samolis to give the appearance he actually works a full day.

Tell us in comments: What would you ask Gov. Malloy?

2. The state General Assembly’s Public Health Committee will hold a public hearing in Middletown this Friday. 11 a.m. at Beckham Hall, 45 Wyllys Ave., at Wesleyan University.
The Public Health Committee is co-chaired by state Sen. Terry B. Gerratana, D-6, and state Rep. Susan M. Johnson, R-49. State Sen. Jason Welch, R-31, and state Rep. Prasad Srinivasan, R-31.

The Agenda states the committee will review bills pertaining to approval for residential nursing facilities; requirements that psychiatrists give notice that patients pose a threat to themselves or others; behavioral health assessments for children; mental health services at school-based centers; and other topics pertaining to psychiatric and physical health.

Resident William Boylan discusses the dangers of school mandated psych evaluations in an open letter to Sen. Bartolomeo published here on Patch:

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