Windham, Colchester, Lebanon, SPrague and franklin Sub-regional Public Input/SWOT event to be held on February 29th at Eastern CT State University at 5:30pm in Student Center. Check in at 5pm. Refreshments served!



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 IT'S CEDS time again!!!

The first of 5 public input sessions for the 2016 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Plan will be held at Eastern CT State University in Willimantic on February 29th at 5:30pm in the Student Center. Check in at 5pm. REGISTER HERE! Stakeholders from the Towns of Windham, Sprague, Lebanon, Franklin and Colchester are urged to attend! 

Keep tuned for the dates of the other 4 meetings which will be held in North Stonington (for Preston, N. Stonington, Voluntown and Griswold); Groton or Stonington (for Town and City of Groton, Stonington and Ledyard); Norwich (for Norwich, Lisbon, Montville, and Bozrah) and New London (for NL, Waterford, E. Lyme, Old Lyme and Salem). 


Note: The different locations are for convenience to residents/stakeholders attending from that area in the region. Anyone from any town may attend any of the public meetings!


We hope you will join us and provide your thoughts about the local and regional economy - our strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and concerns!!


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