Breaking: Norwalk Redistricting Hearing Rescheduled
Hearing date moved to July 18th, location to be determined
HARTFORD--The first of six public hearings of the legislature’s Reapportionment Committee, originally scheduled at Norwalk City Hall this Thursday, June 30th, has been rescheduled due to the emergency special session called that same day by Governor Malloy.
In a joint statement, committee co-chairs Senator Don Williams (D, Brooklyn) and Representative Larry Cafero (R, Norwalk) said: “Given Thursday's special session, we believe that the prudent course of action is to reschedule the Reapportionment Committee’s fourth congressional district public hearing. This will ensure the citizens of southwestern Connecticut are given a full and fair opportunity to add their voices to this important process, regardless of what transpires during Thursday’s session.”
The Norwalk public hearing has been rescheduled for Monday, July 18th, at a location to be determined.
Further information on the Reapportionment Committee and the five other public hearings can be found on our website: www.cga.ct.gov/red2011.