Gov. Malloy's Next 'Community Forum' to be Held in Milford

The governor's next stop on his community forum tour of the state of Connecticut will be right here in Milford on March 5.

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy. Credit: Patch file photo
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy. Credit: Patch file photo
Have an important issued facing the state that you'd like to discuss with Connecticut's current governor? Well, Milford — you'll soon have your chance.

The staff for Gov. Dannel Malloy announced late Monday afternoon via his office's official Twitter account that the next stop on his current community forum tour will be in Milford early next month.

"Gov. Malloy's next community forum to discuss his agenda for the future w/ residents will be on Wed., March 5," staff members stated in the post.

They added that more information about the upcoming event would be posted "soon."

What do you think are the most important issues currently facing the state of Connecticut? If you could ask the governor one question: what would it be?

Bob Cerani February 24, 2014 at 06:25 PM
I wouldn't be caught in the same room with you Mr. Malloy. You are nothing but a bully and use Gastopo tactics. You have made this state dependent on you. I'm hoping you do not run again. Oh by the way Bobby Jindal really put you in your place today. and that's where you should be at the bottom. Not a fan, as you can tell.
Jacqueline Kocak Zeidler February 24, 2014 at 09:12 PM
Why does the governor need to know what is needed in ct! It obviously the property tax,on your vehicles , the electric being one of the highest on the east coast, hello no one can survive in this state , ! It's the gas prices too way too expensive just to even stop at gas station to fill your gas tank! It's a state that more people are moving out of ! More so than moving in! This state will be full of illegals everywhere on welfare! It's not a worthwhile state for enjoyment ! Only if you are on welfare ! Or have a big inheritance! Forget it if you have a job ! You struggle forever living here!
Walt February 25, 2014 at 07:18 AM
Jacqueline is right. We need a governor who will dismantle the contracts that the state police, DOT et al have because their pensions will crush this state. How about when the state employee thieves helped themselves to food money after the storms a couple of years ago and NOTHING happened to them? How about the alleged givebacks by the state employees for the no layoff clause in the last contract that NEVER HAPPENED? By percentage, CT has more people LEAVING the state than any other state in the country! With any luck I hope to be one of them in ten years or so.
Walt February 25, 2014 at 07:31 AM
"Gov. Malloy's next community forum to discuss his agenda for the future w/ residents will be on Wed., March 5," staff members stated in the post. There will be no discussion. There will be a monologue, a diatribe against Jindall and others he disagrees with. Challenge what he's saying? I'm sure you'll be escorted out. You'll be allowed to HEAR his agenda on the further ruination of the state but his mind is made up. "Eff you, shut up, I'm the governor."
JP February 25, 2014 at 07:57 AM
Yeah, after Jindal made the point that the president is just raising the minimum wage instead of doing anything to create real jobs in this country, "Mini-Obama" Malloy jumped up to defend his master. Agree with all the posts above -- CT is done. In Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport we have created a dependent class that will continue to elect liberal Dems to the state senate and house that will just continue the status quo of tax and spend, and give the handouts to the dependent base. Like others have commented on these pages, I am making my plans to get out of this state . . . soon.
Michael Brown February 25, 2014 at 11:13 AM
FYI every one. This is not the Milford NJ Patch. It's the Milford CT Patch. Common mistake. But I agree. Governor Cristi is a real piece of work.
Michael Brown February 25, 2014 at 11:29 AM
@JP - Jindal should keep his mouth shut. One in 12 citizens in Connecticut are uninsured. One in 5 are uninsured in Louisiana. Connecticut is number 10 in family poverty. Louisiana is number 49.
liz February 25, 2014 at 03:03 PM
The only thing I want to hear from Gov.Malloy is that he will NOT run in 2014.
liz February 27, 2014 at 08:53 AM
Ask the govenor why Hamden PZB told Quinnipiac to put their plans on hold another year. They have plans to build more dorms. Which would give students more "Affordable Housing" so they can live on campus, it will increase the tax roll, and give the area much needed jobs. The Democrats are anti jobs, anti middle class. If this were a welfare housing, it would be approved in a heartbeat. The Democrats are hypocrites. Conn. needs jobs not more BS.


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