Join us for our February meeting. Hear about the progress our newly elected officials are making and learn how you can get involved. Members of the public who are registered Democrats are invited to attend, #BristolDemocrats #WhereTheActionIs
The Bristol Home & Business Expo is officially open at Bristol Eastern High School! Come visit us and your elected officials at the Bristol Democratic Town Committee booth. #BristolDemocrats #WhereTheActionIs
Ready for next weekend? We are! Visit our booth and meet 1:1 with your elected officials. See you at the 2018 Bristol Home & Business Expo, presented by Jenks Productions. #BristolDemocrats #WhereTheActionIs
Do you have your tickets yet? Don’t miss out on celebrating Ellen Zoppo’s 50th Birthday with your friends, family and neighbors. Tickets MUST be purchased in advance and WILL NOT be sold at the doors. Join us and the Bristol community in wishing Ellen a happy birthday. Event details and ticket information are included below.
Join us for our first Democratic Town Committee meeting of the new year. Hear about the progress our newly elected officials are making and learn how you can get involved. Members of the public who are registered Democrats are invited to attend, #BristolDemocrats #WhereTheActionIs
Come celebrate Ellen Zoppo-Sassu's 50th Birthday with a happy hour celebration at the DoubleTree by Hilton. Invite your friends, family, and neighbors to an evening featuring light music, hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar.
Tickets are $50/per person and must be purchased in advance. Please contact Sandy Stafford for tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org or 860.583.7481.
We look forward to celebrating Madame Mayor's milestone birthday with you and the members of our Bristol communit...y!
In lieu of gifts, a portion of the ticket proceeds will be donated to various nonprofit organizations that benefit the Bristol community.
In keeping with the City's Ethics Ordinance, gifts are discouraged. Paid for by the DTC, Gerald Gardner, Treasurer.
Join us this evening for our Bristol Democratic Caucus. All registered Democratic voters in Bristol are encouraged to attend. This is your opportunity to join the Bristol Democratic Town Committee and get involved. Locations vary by district, please see invite for details. #BristolDemocrats #WhereTheActionIs
📣 Calling all Bristol Democrats! Join us for our annual Democratic Caucus. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about our local Bristol government and want to be active members of the Democratic Town Committee. Members must be registered Democrats in Bristol. Come be apart of a winning team. (Locations vary, see invite for details)
Want to get involved in the Democratic Town Committee? Become a member? Join us for our annual Democratic Caucus. Doors will open at 6:30 pm and close promptly at 7.
***No one will be allowed to enter once the doors are closed. No exceptions. (Snow date: Jan. 11th)
Polling locations: Edgewood School, Mt. View School, Northeast Middle School.
— Meeting at Mountain View School, 71 Vera Road.
Polling locations: Chippens Hill Middle School, West Bristol School, Southside School.
— Meeting at South Side School, 21 Tuttle Road
Polling locations: Bristol Eastern High School, Elks Club, Greene-Hills School.
— Meeting at Greene-Hills School, 718 Pine Street
SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 11-15
Monday, Dec. 11th
Taylor Murchison-Gallagher, Bristol Observer reporter; meetings with YWCA Sexual Assault Crisis Center..., owners of Dynamite Deals Market; lunch with Superintendent Sue Moreau;constituent issue appt; meeting with Chief Gould; Police Explorers event.
Tuesday Dec. 12th
Weekly meeting with Corporation Counsel; 2 constituent issue apps; City Council meeting prep; meetings with Bristol Fire Union #773 and Local Union #1338; City Council monthly meeting.
Wed. Dec. 13th
City Council Building Committee; Weekly meeting with Comptroller; meeting with Rick Dunne, Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments; lunch at Firehouse Subs with Chiefs; Board of Education Expenditure Review meeting; BEHS home opener for Wrestling season; West End Association meeting.
Thurs. Dec. 14th
Gator Girls group at Greene-Hills, Interviews for city board & commissions; Department head meeting; Bristol-Burlington Health District board meeting; meeting with CREC, Bristol Hospital funding meeting with Senator Looney; Retirement Board meeting; Memorial Boulevard Building Committee meeting.
Fri. Dec. 15th
Meeting on city's social media and digital presence; Holiday Lunch at The Pines; Senior Center Holiday Party. [Friday afternoon reserved for desk/reading time.]
This is the first 5 day week we will have in the office since Inauguration. In keeping with my desire to improve the transparency of government, here is a list ...of the meetings and issues that will be the focus to date (schedule subject to change):
Meeting with potential investors (2); Memorial Boulevard Cultural Committee leadership meeting; staff meeting concerning economic development grant process; monthly meetings of the Bristol Development Authority and the Fire Board.
CT Conference of Municipalities Roundtable with Mayor Luke Bronin (efficient delivery of city services) at Foxwoods; budget discussion with BOF chair; Board of Finance monthly meeting, and Webster Bank Carol Sing.
Demonstration of Help Desk software; meeting with local business; constituent issue meeting; weekly meeting with Comptroller; Youth Services update; weekly meeting with Corp Counsel; Bristol Historical Society board event.
Water Dept update; Park Dept update meeting; constituent issue meeting; meeting on best practices for effective managing(free - no taxpayer dollars involved!); Kevin Maloney, special City Council meeting for a legal settlement required by a judge; CCM; Celebrate CT Awards dinner.
Meeting with business owner, Marketing Committee, Library update; walk through Rockwell Park with Gerry Couture; Public works Personnel issues discussion; Afternoon Held in reserve for new meetings, desk time/review day.
Breakfast with Santa
BHS Holiday Fair
Small Business visits - District 2
Showcase of Stars at St. Paul Catholic High School
Children's Holiday Parade
Join us for our first Democratic Town Committee meeting following the November election. Hear about the progress our newly elected officials are making and learn how you can get involved. Members of the public who are registered Democrats are invited to attend, #BristolDemocrats #WhereTheActionIs