Letter to the Editor: Kim Rose Deserves Another Term

KimRose2I’ll be sharing a letter to the editor penned by Suzanne Cahill of Milford Living Magazine that was published earlier this morning in theMilford Patch. I’ve already shared a nicely done letter to the editor by Scott Schulte in my September 18th post, which supported State Representative James Maroney’s re-election campaign in the 119th, but today we will be focusing on Kim Rose and her campaign in the 118th.

In the letter to the editor Ms. Cahill expressed her support for Kim Rose and urged her fellow neighbors in the 118th to cast their vote for Kim this coming Election Day. Cahill focused on Rose’s stance and efforts on the economic front, citing her support for legislation that strengthens the partnership between community colleges and technical schools. This leads to “greater manufacturing collaboration, new jobs and an educated workforce”, said Cahill.

She continued to praise Rose’s advocacy for small businesses on the local level and is “grateful of her representation and assistance in Hartford”. Rose, Cahill concluded, is “just the type of leader to meet today’s challenges”.

You can view the letter to the editor in its entirety here on the Milford Patch.

Kim Rose currently serves as State Representative of the 118th House District in Milford, Connecticut  She is running for re-election and her name will be on the ballot on November 4th. To keep up to date with all the news from her campaign check out her “Friends of Kim Rose” Facebook page.

Thank you Suzanne for taking the time to send out this letter and keep up the great work over at Milford Living Magazine!

Celebrating the History of Milford

Milford 375The City of Milford is celebrating its 375th Anniversary! The history of Milford is one filled with many stories and events. The Milford Living Magazine, led by our own Suzanne Cahill, has published a very special commemorative, 375th Anniversary edition detailing and highlighting the history of Milford, Connecticut. Milford 375th

For online access to a digital copy of the special edition, please follow the link below:

Print copies of the Milford Living Magazine will be available for purchase on newsstands this coming week and subscribers of Milford Living will have theirs delivered home as well.

Tonight marks the official, week long 375th Anniversary Celebration event. Join our mayor Ben Blake who will read a proclamation on the steps of City Hall to kick off the ceremonies tonight at 6:oopm, downtown Milford City Hall. For a complete view of the events for the coming week, check out the Milford 375th Anniversary Committee event calender;

Upcoming Events, Milford 375th Anniversary

For more information on Milford Living please check out their website;

Milford Living Magazine

The Milford Democrats look forward to the week ahead! Thank you Suzanne Cahill over at Milford Living for publishing this great and informative article about the history of Milford.