Blumenthal, Heavey featured at Round Hill meeting

The Round Hill Association is holding its annual meeting tonight, May 31, and have quite a prominent list of speakers planned.

The 70th annual meeting, which is open to the public, will have both Chief of Police James Heavey and U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Ct.) speaking. The meeting is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Round Hill Community House at 397 Round Hill Road.

 

According to the association, Mr. Blumenthal will speak about the current partisan atmosphere in Washington D.C. as well as his work on four Senate committees, judiciary, armed services, health, education, labor and pensions and the special committee on aging. He will speak on a variety of issues from Internet privacy and safety to drug regulation and food safety and strengthening laws against elder abuse.

Chief Heavey will speak on the on-going work of the Greenwich Police Department and new initiatives, such as the new Citizens’ SmartPhoneApp, available as a free download for both Apple iPhones and Android-based Smart Phones, which permits citizens to interface with the department a number of ways, including submitting tips and photographs and GPS location tags with submitted tips; getting direct links and access to the Department’s website, news and information page and Facebook page; and getting contact information for the department.

The Post will have full meeting coverage in its June 7 edition.

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