The Chamber of Commerce, Windham Region will be hosting its annual “The State of Mansfield” on Tuesday, May 3, 2011, from 8:00 am-9:30 am at the Mansfield Community Center. The event is free and open to the public.
The State of Mansfield is an opportunity for residents and business owners to learn about programs, events and budgets that will affect the town of Mansfield in 2011-2012. These issues include budget concerns, building and town improvement projects, taxes, economic development initiatives, and legislation both locally and at the State level. Guests will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Guests for the State of Mansfield will include Mansfield’s State Representative, Greg Haddad, who will be discussing issues at the State Capital that will affect Mansfield, its budget and some of the agencies, non-profits and businesses in the community. Town Manager, Matt Hart, will be discussing the town’s proposed budget and ongoing development projects throughout the town. School Superintendent, Fred Baruzzi and District 19 Superintendent, Bruce Silva, will present an overview of the education system in town and where it is headed.
The Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to helping businesses and communities grow and remain competitive in a global world. Our goal is to emphasis the importance of shopping local and hiring local in order to build a better economy and quality of life in the communities we serve.
To register for the event please call the Chamber at 860-423-6389 or register online at www.WindhamChamber.com.