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'Shoreline Call to Action Meeting'

East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr joined together with other town officials and state legislators to organize a community meeting tonight to weigh the options of how best to protect the shoreline from future natural disaster devastation.

How can best preserve its shoreline?

Town officials and state legislators have joined together to organize a community meeting tonight, which will serve as an open forum to exlore options in protecting the shoreline from future damage and devestation like that experienced during .

The meeting will take place at the , beginning at 7 p.m. The talk is open to the public, and shoreline residents are encouraged to attend

On hand this evening will be Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr, state , and Rep. Vincent Candelora.

East Haven town staff — as well as representatives from the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection — will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns.

For more information, contact East Haven Mayor's Office at 203-468-3204 or eh.mayor@att.net; or Chris Diorio at 800-842-1421 or chris.diorio@cga.ct.gov

(Editor's note: This article was originally published Jan 24.)

DonnaR January 27, 2012 at 02:34 AM
Julie, Looking forward to hearing about the meeting tonight. I was unable to attend as I had another meeting to attend. School Choice presented by American for Prosperity. I did get to stop by just before the meeting and it was well attended.

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