Letter: Police to Host Meeting With Business Owners

East Haven Interim Police Chief Brent Larrabee is inviting all local business owners to the upcoming meeting, which will take place June 13. RSVP by June 7.

(Editor's Note: The following is an open letter to East Haven business owners, submitted by East Haven Interim Police Chief . It is also posted in the gallery that accompanies this article.)

To the Editor:

and I would like to invite you to a meeting between the East Haven business owners and the East Haven Police.

The meeting would be open to any business person in East Haven to meet with the Chief of Police and members of the to discuss issues of mutual interest.

Some of those topics would include crime trends in the town as well as in the area in general, enforcement projects, our strategy for policing East Haven in the future as well as to share some of our goals and objectives.

lf there is sufficient interest, I would continue these meetings on a regularly scheduled basis. There would also be an opportunity for questions and answers.

The inaugural meeting is scheduled for Wednesday June 13, 2012 at 12:00PM at the East Haven Police Headquarters. Lunch will be provided.

Please R.S.V.P. by June 7, 2012 to my Personal Assistant, Virginia Williams at 203-468-3214.

Brent Larrabee, Chief of Police

Don Charles May 30, 2012 at 01:13 PM
Hey Hoff is their also some problem with your mind all you do is criticize.
Luigi (the original) May 30, 2012 at 01:50 PM
You are very welcome Mr. Hoff, I really enjoy reading your comedy routine. It might be wise of you however, to seek out a new avocation. Seeing how you work your act for the approval of one of the towns biggest self admitted liars. This "borderline criminal" who is lucky I might add for the "free pass" he was given, considering his outrageous act. So while you look to dis-credit the Mayor for everything you can possibly think of, regardless of the ridiculousness of the assertion, you do so at the behest of one who is dis-credited beyond repair himself. You "sir" are as transparent as you are ridiculous. But, thanks for the COMEDY.
Lise Cavallaro May 30, 2012 at 03:29 PM
Again, as in the other article, totally inappropriate to bring up a member of the administration's relative, no matter who is in office. It also has NOTHING to do with this current article.
Lise Cavallaro May 30, 2012 at 07:34 PM
Mr. Hoff, His personal life or his daughter's personal life is not relevant to me. Personally, I'd like to see a little more action on the economic development side - his professional job.
Becki Pastor June 02, 2012 at 03:04 PM
This it's a terrific idea. I would love to also see some story of community group ... maybe made up of residents who volunteer from each ”neighborhood” or district to disgusts similar topics and also hold similar discussions with local students from JMMS and EHHS. It's refreshing to see such proactive and beneficial steps being taken to make our town better and safer. And I adhere with Lise it would be great if Art Desorbo attended.


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