The Town Of Farmington's Economic Development Commission is comprised of seven individuals, representing various business interests, who volunteer their time and carry out commission duties established by ordinance.
|Augusto Russell - Chairman
||(860 ) email@example.com.
|Brian Connolly - Vice Chairman||(860) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Robert J. Reeve||(860) email@example.com|
|John P. Karwoski||(860) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Carole King||(860) email@example.com|
|Daniel E. Kleinman (Chamber of Commerce Rep.)||(860) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Joseph Howard||(860) email@example.com|
The Economic Development Commission shall conduct research into the economic conditions and trends in the Town and shall make recommendations to the Town Manager and/or the Town Council regarding action to improve its economic condition and development. It shall seek to coordinate the activities of and cooperate with unofficial bodies organized to promote such economic development and, with the approval of the Town Council, may advertise, prepare, print and distribute books, maps, charts and pamphlets which in its judgment will further the official purposes of the Commission.
The Commission meets the second Wednesday of every month at 5:30 PM. Projects that have filed their applications with the Town Planning and Zoning Department and are seeking a positive referral from the Economic Development Commission can contact the economic development office to be placed on the Commission's meeting agenda.
To access the Code of the Town of Farmington including the Charter, please click here. See Chapter 20 for “Economic and Business Development".