Posted on February 28, 2019 by admin
GRANBY – State Representative Bill Simanski (R-62) and Granby First Selectman B. Scott Kuhnly held open office hours at the Granby Town Hall on January 22nd and February 22nd.
The two officials began hosting the joint office hours as a “one-stop shop” for residents to share their concerns about state and local issues.
“I want to thank everyone who joined us at town hall to share their thoughts,” said Rep. Simanski. “Many shared their serious concerns about the cost of living and the negative impact of increasing taxation. The state budget process is just beginning for the next biennium and as a member of the Appropriations Committee my focus will be on reining in excessive spending and protecting the successful reforms enacted in the previous bi-partisan budget.”
Residents from across the town shared their questions, comments and concerns about state and local government. Many shared their concerns about Governor Lamont’s proposed budget, tax increases, affordability, school regionalization and the potential legalization of marijuana.
Rep. Simanski and First Selectman Kuhnly look forward to continuing to host joint office hours.
Those who were unable to attend are welcome to contact Rep. Simanski at 860-240-8700 or Bill.Simasnki@housegop.ct.gov. To follow the latest news from the Capitol visit www.RepSimanski.com or www.facebook.com/BillSimanski62nd.