Sen. Chapin, Rep. Case to host Goshen coffee hours

April 21, 2015

GOSHEN – Sen. Clark Chapin and Rep. Jay Case today announced they will be hosting an informal setting to discuss issues and policies facing the Connecticut General Assembly, from the state budget and possible tax increases to infrastructure improvements and education initiatives.

The GOP lawmakers will be hosting a coffee hours at The New Goshenette, 59 Torrington Road, in Goshen, on May 1, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.

“We want the purpose of this informal setting to be two-fold,” Rep. Case said. “We want to hear concerns directly from the people we serve, and we want to support local, small business at the same time. Through our coffee hours, we will be able to better represent both interests at the State Capitol, which, unfortunately, has a short memory.”

“I’m looking forward to having coffee and discussing the issues with the people I serve in Goshen,” said Sen. Chapin. “These meetings are a great opportunity for us as legislators to connect with citizens, hear their concerns, and become better advocates for them in Hartford.”

WHO: Goshen delegation State Sen. Clark Chapin (R-30) and State Rep. Jay Case (R-63)
WHAT: Coffee Hour
WHERE: The New Goshenette, 59 Torrington Road, Goshen, CT 06756
WHEN: Friday, May 1, beginning at 8 a.m.
WHY: To provide an informal setting for constituents to outline their concerns with state government and make suggestions on improving Connecticut