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Elected officials to address critical issues at Chamber event

Left to right: Rep. Whit Betts, Rodd’s Restaurant owner Gina Legnani-Pellrine, Rep. Cara Pavalock, and Sen. Henri Martin

Left to right: Rep. Whit Betts, Rodd’s Restaurant owner Gina Legnani-Pellrine, Rep. Cara Pavalock, and Sen. Henri Martin

The Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce will hold their annual Legislative Breakfast on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 42 Century Drive, Bristol.

All State Senators and Representatives covering the towns and cities covered by the Chamber, Bloomfield, Bristol, Burlington, Farmington, Plainville, Plymouth, and Wolcott, were invited to attend as well as the General Assembly leadership.

The breakfast will allow the panelists to address the Chambers’ key legislative issues for the upcoming session, which are createing a business environment that encourages job growth, supports local Hospitals and champions the collaboration of municipal and educational resources.

After the discussion of these issues, there will be a brief period for questions from the audience.

The confirmed panelists for the Legislative Breakfast are:

Joe Aresimowicz – D – Speaker of the House, (House District #30)
Whit Betts – R – State Rep. (House District #78)
Michael Demicco – D – State Rep.  (House District #21)
Len Fasano – R – State Senate (Senate District #34)
Themis Klarides – R – State Rep. (House District #114)
Joe Markley – R – State Senator (Senate District #16)
Henri Martin – R – State Senator (Senate District #31)
Cara C. Pavalock – D’Amato –  R – State Rep. (House District #77)
Dr. William Petit, Jr. – R – State Rep. (House District #22)
John Piscopo – R -State Rep. (House District #76)
Robert Sampson – R – State Rep. (House District #80)
Derek Slap – D – State Rep. (House District #19)
Chris Ziogas – D – State Rep. (House District #79)

Price to attend is $25 for Chamber members or $35 for non-members. For more information or to register, please visit www.CentralCTChambers.org, email Info@CentralCTChambers.org or call (860) 584-4718.

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