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Brookfield looks to emerge from pandemic with in-person meetings

Brookfield First Selectman Steve Dunn says many Boards and Commissions are looking to restart in person meetings.  A new law about meetings took effect at the start of this month as Connecticut continues to emerge from the pandemic.

While some may go back to full in-person meetings, fully remote and hybrid meetings can continue. The provisions governing remote and hybrid meetings expire on April 20, 2022.

The Brookfield COVID-19 Long Term Recovery Committee appointed last summer for a one-year term, as suggested by FEMA and the State, has issued its final report.  The group was formed to identify and address unmet needs among residents, businesses, private nonprofit organizations, the school system and local government resulting from the Pandemic.

The group found there was no long term effects identified on a townwide basis, but some on the individual level.  Those residents were connected with the appropriate agency for assistance.