The Connecticut Council of Small Town has held its annual town meeting to discuss public policy issues affecting local communities. COST is marking its 45th anniversary this year as the leading advocate of Connecticut’s small towns at the state Capitol. Among the speakers at the annual event were Wilton Representative Gail Lavielle, State Attorney General William Tong and Governor Ned Lamont. Department of Transportation Commissioner Joseph Giulietti was also on hand for the event. He discussed Connecticut’s Transportation Strategy.