Camillo explains his absence

FI-Letter-to-the-EditorThe letter was sent out by the author’s office to constituents and is reprinted with his permission.

To the Editor

Many of you have been wondering why I have not voted on bills in the past couple of months.

Due to a medical issue that has so far required two operations and will further require future treatments later this month, my work has been confined to my home. As I had another important pre-treatment medical appointment scheduled for Wednesday, I was not present to vote on this week’s gun legislation.

The volume of calls and e-mails I have received on the gun control issue, as well as several other proposals, has prompted me to send this letter out so that it may reach many more than I would be able to speak with via phone or e-mail.

I want to assure all of you that I am in touch with colleagues on both sides of the aisle. Thanks to them, legislation that I have introduced is proceeding due to their good will, friendship and kindness. I am grateful that many other legislative issues have been relayed to me and my thoughts and views on them have been shared.

Please know that I continue to welcome calls and visits from anyone desiring to discuss issues, bills, or concerns that they may have. My home number is 203-344-9336.

Thank you for your patience, support, and good wishes.


Fred Camillo


The author is the state representative for the 151st District.

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