FIRST MONTH ON THE JOB AS CITY COUNCIL (A LOOK AT HARTFORD)
A MESSAGE FROM THE WORKING FAMILIES PARTY COUNCIL MEMBERS WILDALIZ BERMUDEZ AND JOSH MICHTOM
Dear Hartford Community,
It’s been one month since we were sworn in as Hartford City Council members. Here’s a look at what we’ve done and what we’re interested in doing.
So far, there have been two Council meetings, at which, among other things, we selected the committees we’ll sit on. We rolled out the Hartford Families Facing Deportation Fund (FFDF), becoming the first in our state to create special assistance for the entire family of someone facing ICE enforcement. We submitted legislation calling for community input in the appointment process for Hartford’s next Police Chief and met with CT Emerge to implement a work program in Hartford for those who have experienced incarceration and homelessness.
We have a lot of work ahead of us and look forward to serving you so that we can ensure all our residents can thrive, no matter where they live.
We are committed to transparent communication and need your help to get there. Pleas be on the lookout this month as we welcome your input on a survey we are preparing to help guide us on what your top concerns and suggestions are for our city.
Wildaliz Bermudez “Wiz” & Josh Michtom
Hartford Working Family Party (WFP)
City Council members
IN THE NEWS…
Requesting Open Process for Selection of Hartford Police Chief
Funding Needed NOW for our Transportation System
CLICK HERE TO WATCH – 3:05 WILDALIZ SPEAKS ON TRANSPORTATION ISSUES IN HARTFORD.
Council of the Whole Meeting
Minority Leader Position