Middletown Taxpayers Tell Suzio to Keep Pushing Fiscal Responsibility [Photo]
February 3, 2012
State Sen. Len Suzio heard a clear message from greater Middletown taxpayers Thursday night: keep pushing for lower taxes and keep pushing to cut wasteful government spending.
Suzio held a Town Hall Meeting at the Middletown Town Hall on February 2 to gather ideas for the legislative session which begins Wednesday.
“I appreciate the feedback from the taxpayers of greater Middletown,” Suzio said. “It makes me want to fight even harder for them at the State Capitol. They are overtaxed, and they appreciate that I bring a common sense business perspective to Hartford. I thank everyone for coming out and we will continue to hold these Town Hall Meetings in the future. Yoiur input makes me a senator. I take your comments and ideas with me to Hartford. Together, we can reduce the cost of doing business in Connecticut and get our economy back on track.”
Suzio brought along his petitions to cap the state’s hidden gas tax and to eliminate the tax on social security income. Hundreds of people have signed the petitions, which can also be signed online at www.senatorsuzio.com.
Suzio urged taxpayers to contact him with any comments, ideas or questions they have at Len.Suzio@cga.ct.gov or 1-800-842-1421.