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Meriden City Council to meet tonight and hold public forum


MERIDEN — The City Council will meet tonight and hold a quarterly public forum.

Items on the agenda for the meeting include honoring Hector Cardona, Sr. on his retirement from the Meriden Police Department and the appointment of Bob Williams as Deputy Mayor and Robert Kosienski as Constituent Caseworker.

The meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers, room 206.

Immediately following the council meeting will be the quarterly public forum.

View Agenda.



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