You can meet with members of the state Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth (FSEG) co-chairs when they give a presentation at Darien Library on Oct. 15.
This meeting will serve as an opportunity to hear about the details of their latest plan, which offers a practical road map out of our fiscal abyss, and ask questions at this time of critical financial reform in our state.
The event takes place from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
— an announcement from state Rep. Terrie Wood, a Republican representing the 141st District
State Rep. Terrie Wood organized this forum as an opportunity for you to hear the co-chairs discuss the results of their work and answer any questions you may have.
The Commission on FSEG was established through the Connecticut state budget that passed in October 2017. This non-partisan group is made up of successful business owners and other stakeholders tasked with identifying our key strengths and challenges as a state and devising a plan to set our state on a path to fiscal stability/prosperity.
The commission is co-chaired by Bob Patricelli(founder and CEO of several healthcare companies in Connecticut) and Jim Smith(chairman emeritus of Webster Bank), along with 12 other commission members.