From the First Selectman

A Message from the First Selectman

Founded in 1823, Monroe is an outstanding community of nearly 20,000 residents. Monroe offers award-winning schools, safe neighborhoods, beautiful parks, and growth in local business and industry. We offer the convenience of several restaurants and retail shopping while maintaining a New England, small-town charm.

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Ken Kellogg
First Selectman

 

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Monroe, Connecticut 06468

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11/3/2016 - Town Council - Joint Meeting to Discuss Chalk Hill Building November 7, 2016

MONROE TOWN COUNCIL

Monroe, Connecticut

Special Meeting

Monday, November 7th, 2016 ~6:00 PM~ Chalk Hill Auditorium

JOINT SESSION WITH BOARD OF FINANCE, BOARD OF EDUCATION & PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION

I.          PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

II.        ROLL CALL

 III.       PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

IV.       NEW BUSINESS

            A.        Discussion regarding the condition, use and funding for Chalk Hill Building.

VI.       PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

VII.     ADJOURNMENT

This meeting meets accessibility requirements for the disabled.  Those persons requiring special accommodations should contact the First Selectman's Office as soon as possible (203) 452-2821.

GUIDELINES FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATIONS

Welcome to the Monroe Town Council Meeting.The following guidelines are to assist those who wish to speak during the Public Participation Sessions:

The Council welcomes public participation and asks that speakers please limit their comments.Observers are always welcome. State your name and address for the record.Speakers may offer objective comments that concern them. 

The Town Council will not permit any expression of personal complaints or defamatory comments about Town Council members nor against any person connected with the Town of Monroe or any other individual, firm or corporation.

There will be no response to comments related to pending litigation. 

The Town Council Chairman has the discretion to limit comment time.  Generally, three (3) minutes per speaker is allotted.  The Chair may allow additional time. 

Written statements are always welcome and are always provided to Town Council members. 

Immediate replies to questions/concerns should not be expected (Chairman’s discretion).


Second Public Participation is an opportunity to make comments or ask questions on those unresolved items in our agenda that are under Unfinished Business or New Business.

1. 3 minute limit per speaker

2. 21 minutes total for second public participation

3. Comments or questions have to be on unresolved items in our agenda under Unfinished Business or New Business for that meeting (this will give Council the opportunity to consider, discuss or answer in a subsequent Town Council meeting aforementioned items)

4. No member may speak on the same information that they spoke on during the first public participation (all information must be new)

5. Does not apply to special or emergency meetings

ALL CONDITIONS ARE SUBJECT TO DISCRETION OF THE CHAIR