Wallingford Town Councilor interviewed in ‘Citizen Mike’

Wallingford Town Councilor interviewed in ‘Citizen Mike’


FILE PHOTO -- Joseph Marrone, then a Republican candidate for Town Council, right, speaks next to Republican incumbent, John LeTourneau, during a forum featuring candidates for Town Council and mayor held in the auditorium at Town Hall, Wednesday, October 7, 2015. The forum was organized by the Wallingford Community Women. | Dave Zajac / Record-Journal

WALLINGFORD — Town Councilor Joe Marrone is interviewed on the next edition of “Citizen Mike,” which airs tonight at 9 on Wallingford Public Access TV.

Host-producer Mike Brodinsky and Record-Journal Editor Ralph Tomaselli ask questions about the town’s trash transfer station, the town audit and an ongoing lawsuit involving the Wallingford Electric Division.

This edition of “Citizen Mike” also airs Monday Tuesday and Wednesday at 9 p.m. and Friday at 6:30 p.m. on WPAA-TV (Comcast Channel 18 and U-verse 99).

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