State Representative Kim Rose (Milford – 118th District) will be hosting a community forum on Opioid and Heroin addiction where discussion will be had on the issues facing local Connecticut communities concerning prescription drug and heroin abuse.
In Hartford Kim Rose, along with her legislative colleagues in the General Assembly, are currently considering S.B. No. 352, An Act Concerning Prescriptions for and the Dispensing of Opioid Antagonists.
Please join Rep. Rose during this forum on Monday April 11th, 2016 at Milford City Hall from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm.
From a press release from Milford City Hall
Mayor Ben Blake is pleased to announce that Milford City Hall will celebrate its 100 year anniversary with fun-filled, community events scheduled for February 19, 2016 (date on which a fire destroyed the former Town Hall 101 years prior).
- On Friday, February 19, 2016, residents are invited to Milford City Hall from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm for a remarkable evening that remembers the cold, winter day over a century before when “the local fire department fought desperately, but a high wind defeated all attempts to check the blaze.”
- Following the outside fire and ice exhibitions, residents are invited into the “one-story red brick structure with a trim clock tower, in modern colonial style,” for a history lesson and a comedy hypnosis show by certified Master Hypnotist, Dan LaRosa.
- Admission to the show (by Dan LaRosa) is free, but seating is limited. Please be sure to reserve seats through the Recreation Department’s website www.milfordrecreation.com. Kindly print and bring ticket receipts to the evening’s show.
For assistance or if you have any questions please contact Julie Nash, Director of Economic and Community Development, through email at email@example.com or by phone at 203-783-3230.
Mayor Blake encourages a visit to City Hall to discuss local matters or tour the architecturally significant building opened Monday-Friday from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.
On July 23rd, 2015 the attendance of the members of the Milford Democratic Town Committee is requested to officially nominate candidates for Mayor, City Clerk, Board of Aldermen, Board of Education, Planning and Zoning and Constables for this year’s upcoming municipal election here in Milford, Connecticut.
When: July 23rd, 2015 at 7:00pm EST
Where: Milford City Hall, 110 River Street
Members are welcome to invite their friends and family to attend the gathering. The public can attend as well. During the nominating process only members of the Milford Democratic Town Committee can vote.
After the nominations are complete you are welcome to head down to Stonebridge Restaurant in celebration of the nominees. Stonebridge is located around the corner at 50 Daniel Street.
Mayor Ben Blake and advocates for the disabled recently gathered at City Hall here in Milford, Connecticut to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Act was signed into law in 1990, prohibiting discrimination against the disabled. From the Milford City Hall Facebook page;
Advocates for people with disabilities, including members of the Center for Disability Rights and Milford’s CT Concerned Citizens for People with Disabilities, gathered at City Hall to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Since President George H.W. Bush signed the ADA into law on July 26, 1990, basic access has been expanded to millions of Americans previous denied basic rights and opportunities.
A video of the gathering was filmed by the Milford Mirror. The Milford City Hall Facebook page posted some pictures from the event as well. The video itself has been uploaded to Youtube and can be watched down below;
Interested in learning more about the ADA? Head to their official website here. You can also head over to the website for the Center for Disability Rights here and the Facebook page for the Concerned Citizens for People with Disabilities here.
Happy to see our Mayor take part in this occasion! Thank you to all who volunteer to help give a voice and a lending hand to those with disabilities who can not do it for themselves.