We sponsor meetings and events for the public and League members
|Date & Time||Place||Description|
|Wednesday, March 28, 2018
||Riverside Yacht Club
102 Club Road, Riverside
|Cocktails and Converstation CT's Transportation Crisis: Taxes, Tolls and CDOT Cuts.
Jim Cameron, noted commuter advocate and author of the twice-monthly newspaper column/blog Getting There Mr. Cameron was a member of the CT Rail Commuter Council for 19 years. He is the founder of a new advocacy effort: CommuterActionGroup
Transportation is a major problem in CT and it seems to be getting worse. The Special Transportation Fund (STF) which pays for our roads and rails has been running out of money. By next year it will be in deficit. In January, the Governor announced fare hikes, rail service cuts and a freeze on transportation projects. Highway tolls are again being discussed. What does this mean for residents who drive CT highways or ride CT trains? Come and learn what is going on as well as how to make your opinion on these issues count.
RSVP to: eventsLWVG@gmail.com or 646-485-4292
Cash bar***Guests of members welcome.
|Wednesday, May 16, 2018
5:30 - 9:30 pm
|Riverside Yacht Club
102 Club Road
|2018 Annual Meeting and Dinner. Looking forward to the spring, we are happy to announce that the speaker for our May 16th Annual Dinner will be Kevin R. Convey. Former editor in chief of the New York Daily News, the Boston Herald and Community Newspaper Company, Mr. Convey is now Chairman of the Journalism Department at Quinnipiac University. His professional interests include mobile journalist, new journalism technology, entrepreneurial journalist, and leadership, management and organization in the digital newsroom. The title of his talk will be "The Crisis in Media and the Future of the Fourth Estate."|