By Patricia Villers
ANSONIA — Resident Bart Flaherty Tuesday told state Rep. Linda M. Gentile, D-Ansonia, state Sen. Joseph J. Crisco, D-Woodbridge, and state Rep. Leonard Greene, R-Seymour, that the state has to curb its spending.
Flaherty was one of three residents who turned out for a public forum held by the legislators at City Hall.
He said he was speaking on behalf on his children and grandchildren. “The state is difficult to survive in,” Flaherty said.
He told the legislators he was not criticizing them. “You’ve been very helpful for the city of Ansonia. I’m talking in general,” Flaherty said.
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