Updates and Meeting Schedule

Seasons Greetings!
Following up on the full Coalition meeting held on December 16, a revised "menu of options" and a link to a CCSMM survey is being sent out on Wednesday, December 23 to CEOs and designated staff of municipalities that have officially signed on to the CCSMM process. If you do not receive that information, please contact James Albis to let him know (James.Albis@ct.gov).
Given the busyness of this holiday season, the tri-chairs decided to reschedule the final full coalition meeting from Jan. 5, 2021 to Jan. 11, 2021 (10:00am-12:00pm). This new date should provide municipalities with more time to review the updated menu and to respond to the survey. If you have already registered for the meeting, your current registration will carry over to the new date. If you have not yet registered for the next full coalition meeting, you can do so HERE.

Below, please find links to recordings of recent CCSMM meetings:
Full Coalition Meetings
Recording of CCSMM Mid-point Check-In (11/16/2020) available HERE
Recording of CCSMM Working Groups Report Out (12/16/2020) available HERE
Working Group Meetings
Recording of Increase Recycling WG Meeting #3 available HERE (corrected link)
Thank you to everyone who continues to participate in these important conversations. We look forward to seeing you on January 11th at 10am.

Katie Dykes, DEEP Commissioner
Matt Knickerbocker, Bethel First Selectman
Laura Francis, Durham First Selectman

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