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Gov. Ned Lamont (ctnewsjunkie file photo)

HARTFORD, CT —Sen. Will Haskell, D-Westport, announced Monday that his forum on transportation was rescheduled for 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 12 and Gov. Ned Lamont will attend.

Haskell was unable to make Tuesday, Jan. 7 work.

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Haskell said Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff of Norwalk, Rep. Jonathan Steinberg of Westport, and Department of Transportation Commissioner Joe Giulietti will also be there to take questions from his constituents.

“Improving our infrastructure is a top concern for my district. That’s why I’m so excited to host Governor Lamont and leaders from his administration to hear directly from my constituents at this town hall meeting,” Haskell said. “After finally finding a date to work around busy schedules, I hope constituents of all political opinions will come to share their thoughts on how we should build faster trains and safer roads.“

The forum will be held at Bedford Middle School located at 88 North Avenue in Westport.