State Legislative Ed. Cmte. Meets Monday, will Decide if School Regionalization Gets Public Hearing
The CT General Assembly’s Education Committee has released the agenda for its meeting, Monday, Feb. 11. Included on the agenda will be a vote on whether the committee will hold a public hearing during this session for the two bills on mandatory school regionalization–SB 457, introduced by Sen. Bob Duff (Norwalk) and SB 738 (formerly SB 454), introduced by Sen. Martin Looney (New Haven).
The meeting is scheduled to start at 1 p.m., and will convene at the State Legislative Office Building (300 Capitol Ave #5100, Hartford) in room 2E.
In addition, the committee will vote on accepting for discussion this session 16 different acts that have been proposed by legislators.
According to Wilton’s State Representative Gail Lavielle, who is a member of the Education Committee, the meeting is expected to be brief. Of note, while members of the public are able to attend, the meeting is not a public hearing and there will be no opportunity for the public to speak.