In his weekly address, President Obama said he took action this week to launch new manufacturing hubs and expand a competition to fund transformative infrastructure projects. Both are policies aimed at expanding economic opportunity for all by creating jobs and ensuring the long-term strength of the American economy. Congress can boost this effort by passing a bipartisan proposal to create a nationwide network of high-tech manufacturing hubs and taking steps to invest in our nation’s infrastructure – rebuilding our transportation system, creating new construction jobs, and better connecting Americans to economic opportunities.
DTC Organizes For a New Term: Meeting Is Monday, March 10th (new date)
The Democratic Town Committee (DTC) will begin a new two-year term on Monday, March 10th, at an organizational meeting at New Britain City Hall.
On the agenda will be the election of officers including Chairman, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary and Recording Secretary.
Committees including communication, finance and rules will also be organized. The 47-member Town Committee will also form issue advocacy groups around education, jobs and the economy and the municipal budget.
The DTC will soon be selecting delegates to the state and congressional conventions to be held in May. Interested persons may attend the meeting or contact the DTC.
The meeting time is 7:30 p.m. March 10th at New Britain City Hall, 27 West Main Street, Room 504.
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