Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Candidates for 13th district Democratic Nomination to Debate Tomorrow

From the campaign of Alex Tiktinsky. 
Tiktinsky is a activist and lifelong Connecticut resident running for State Senate in Connecticut’s 13th Senate District, which includes the western portion of our city, Meriden, Middlefield, and portions of Middletown and Cheshire. For more information about his campaign, platform and experience, visit HERE.
On Wednesday, August 8, Alex Tiktinsky will debate Mary Daugherty Abrams at the Meriden Public Library. This is the sole debate in their Democratic primary for State Senate.

Six weeks ago, Tiktinsky invited Abrams to participate in a series of four joint public conversations. Last week, the Abrams campaign agreed to just one of those proposed opportunities for the public to hear where the candidates stand on issues in their community.

Tiktinsky is enthusiastic for the opportunity to engage members of the 13th district through this forum and to speak about his fresh approach to government.

For more information, contact Alex Tiktinsky at alex@alexforct.com or (203) 522-3308.

WHO: Candidates for State Senate in the 13th district of Connecticut
WHAT: The only public debate in the Democratic primary for State Senate in the 13th district
WHEN: Wednesday, August 8 at 6:30 p.m. 
WHERE: Meriden Public Library at 105 Miller St in Meriden, CT 06450
WHY: Members of Connecticut’s 13th district can see that only one candidate can unseat Len Suzio


Anonymous said...

Does anyone know what the construction workers are doing on Washington Street Route 66 past the new Mozzicato's Bakery and adjacent to the Big Lots/Middletown Shopping Plaza? What new stores if any are coming to that area? Will there be a Target in that location? Any information would be helpful

Anonymous said...

A Chipotle will be going in that spot I believe.

Stephen H. Devoto said...

No tenants have been announced.

The site plan that was approved by Planning and Zoning was for 3 buildings with a total of 40,525 square feet.
From the minutes of May 10, 2017:
There are three proposed retail buildings. One large retail at the rear of the site is 26,000 square feet; the second retail building in the southwest corner of the site is split for two retail businesses. One at 5,000 square feet and one at approximately 2,300 square feet. The third retail building is in the southeast corner with about 7,000 square feet. There are about 190 parking spaces proposed. Only 135 spaces are required but their plan is for more parking. The site is five acres. All department comments have been satisfied.