What Does Darien Envision for Itself in the Next 10 Years? Zoom Meeting, Presentation April 5

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The League of Women Voters of Darien is pleased to join the Darien Library and the Fairfield County Community Foundation in cosponsoring the first in a series of civic conversations on “The Future of Fairfield County: Darien.”

— an announcement from the Darien League of Women Voters, Darien Library and the Fairfield County Foundation

The online series via Zoom will begin on Monday April 5, from 7 to 8 p.m.

Each discussion or conversation will focus on the future of Darien as part of Fairfield County and will include expert, forward-looking analysis of demographics and statistics in each of several areas.

Most importantly, the series will focus on what the community envisions for their hometown during the next 10 years and beyond.

The April 5 program will focus on the long-range economic outlook in the area, as well as the impact on environmental sustainability, and equity. During the discussion, attendees will identify key issues to examine in a follow-up session at 7 p.m. on April 22.

Future of Fairfield County: Darien

Panelists for the series include:

Peter Denious, president and CEO of Advance CT, a nonprofit organization that works to engage, retain, and recruit businesses and advance overall competitiveness in Connecticut;

—Alyssa Norwood, program manager for certification and innovation at Sustainable CT; and

Prerna Rao, the founding attorney of Omnia Law in Trumbull Connecticut, which provides a range of legal services for individuals and businesses throughout Connecticut.

The program will be moderated by Stephen Saloom, director of advocacy and capacity building at Fairfield County Community Foundation.

Please visit the Darien Library event page for additional biographical information on the panelists and moderator. The program is free and open to the public. Participants must register here.

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