GREENWICH, Conn. — State Reps. Livvy Floren, Mike Bocchino and Fred Camillo along with State Sen. L. Scott Frantz, all Greenwich Republicans, hosted a “Coffee with your Legislators” meeting recently at the Glory Days Diner in Greenwich with a crowd of 50 people.
The legislators covered a variety of topics and fielded questions and comments from constituents, including topics pertaining to dredging in town, General Electric’s decision to leave Fairfield and the recent deficit mitigation package passed last week.
“I was happy to see such a large crowd this morning. One of the most important aspects of our job is to be in touch with our constituent base and coffee hour is a great way to catch up and see what is on their minds,” said Floren.
Bocchino said, “I always encourage constituents to reach out to the delegation, we are working for you and I enjoy events where we can all come together and collectively find solutions and answer people’s questions."
Camillo said, “This was certainly the largest crowd we’ve ever had and I think it reflects what is going on in the state. There is no better way to have your voice heard than by reaching out to us. Moreover, it is a time that we can be heard by our constituents in regard to votes, issues and thoughts on what is going on in our state."
The 2016 legislative session adjourns on Wednesday, May 4.
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