Republican State Representatives traded in their normal meeting place in Hartford for something a little closer to the community they represent. Livvy Floren , Stephen Walko, and Fred Camillo met with Greenwich residents to discuss issues and concerns form the 2014 legislative session.
"The best in to be person to person, and to connect in person. We take every opportunity we possibly can," said Floren (R-149).
Residents and representatives discussed an array of topics over coffee at Glory Days Diner.
"Every dollar that is spent on economic redevelopment will now be traced," said Floren.
"If they have not paid their taxes or if they are in court, they are not going to get their money so fast," said Camillo (R-151).
This morning's "Coffee With Legislators" was a first in Greenwich.
"We go to fiestas, fairs, dog shows, you name it, but this was our first time having a coffee. I'm glad we did and I'm thrilled with the turnout," said Floren.
Both Floren and Camillo will be seeking reelection in the November 4 elections.