State Sen. Danté Bartolomeo (D-Meriden) and state Rep. Emil “Buddy” Altobello will talk with area residents about the status of Wadsworth Falls State Park at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the auditorium of the Middlefield Community Center, 405 Main Street in Middlefield.
The public is invited to attend.
Recently, Middlefield residents contacted Sen. Bartolomeo and Rep. Altobello to voice their concerns about the conditions at Wadsworth Falls State Park. Concerns varied from littering, drinking and swimming to illegal parking and speeding.
In an effort to address these concerns, Sen. Bartolomeo and Rep. Altobello asked the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to evaluate the permitted uses of the park. As a result, DDEP has made changes to park policy that will not only help to improve the conditions of the park but also the quality of life for its neighbors.
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Please join Sen. Bartolomeo, Rep. Altobello and a representative of DEEP to hear about the new policy and to provide them with feedback now that it has been in effect for several weeks.