Town and School budget vote slated for June 4

Tuesday, June 4, 2019 is the Referendum for the Killingworth town and RSD 17 school budgets.

The school budget was defeated last month in the May 7 referendum. The budget has been decreased by more than $215,000 and is available on the RSD 17 website.

The proposed town budget was presented during a May 20 town meeting. The proposed town budget will be included in the June 4 referendum. Details available on the Town of Killingworth website.

Please join us and vote YES on both budgets. Your vote is your voice!

Blue Wave Fest June 24

Planning to attend the Blue Wave Fest June 24 in Chester? Stop by the KDTC table to say hello!

The festival is a celebration of the rising tide of democracy. Meet the midterm candidates and enjoy food & refreshments! There will be local musicians as well as activities for the kids. 35+ exhibitors and 20+ presenters. We hope to see you there!

 

 

Date: Sunday, June 24

Time: 3-6pm

Location: Chester Fairgrounds, Route 154 and Kirtland Terrace, Chester, CT

Admission: Free

Parking: On-site parking is available

 

Need more info? Go to http://www.bluewavefest.com

KDTC Bake Sale May 12

The Killingworth Democratic Town Committee will hold its annual bake sale at Parmelee Farm on Saturday, May 12, from 8:30am – 2:00pm.

Support the KDTC by stopping by to pick up a sweet treat, a loaf of Cathy Iino’s legendary bread, and other goodies.

A Toast to Cathy and Lou

We had a great turnout for the campaign launch of Catherine Iino and Lou Annino, Jr. on Sunday, June 4, at the lovely Chatfield Hollow B&B.

Thank you to everyone who turned out to support Killingworth’s future! Special thanks to Senator Ted Kennedy, Jr, State Rep Matthew Lesser, CT State Central Dita Bhagava, Essex First Selectman Norman Needleman, Jim Ball and our own Joan Dabkowski Gay.

See more photos from the event on our Facebook page

Fight Back CT with Chris Murphy May 21

The Killingworth Democratic Town Committee will join Sen. Chris Murphy’s Fight Back Connecticut initiative, which includes with organizing meetings across the state on Sunday, May 21, 2017. Sen. Murphy’s talk will be live-streamed and we’re hosting a viewing party from 2-4pm in the Killingworth Library.

This is going to be big! It’s the first step toward building the largest peer-to-peer voter contact machine our state has ever seen. Thousands of people have signed up to join.

Whether you’re a seasoned volunteer or someone inspired to do more in this moment for the first time, there’s a role for you! Will you join us?

RSVP on our Facebook page or just show up!