It’s a Thursday Morning here on the Talk of Connecticut and the best way to wake up is with the Brad and Paul Show. Brad will be flying solo tomorrow and Friday as Paul takes care of a prior commitment, but here’s what we’ve got planed for the morning!
– KATE WASKO, ART TEACHER AT CARMEN ARACE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL RIGHT HERE IN BLOOMFIELD, will talk about Bloomfield School decorates holiday Ornaments for the National Christmas Tree Display in Washington D.C. and how they were chosen.
– Senator Len Suzio, Blasts Retail Electric Supplier Response to Proposed PURA Decision Electricity suppliers object to notice of potential billing errors. Electricity suppliers want costs for their errors passed on to consumers to Proposed PURA Decision
– State Rep. Melissa Ziobron, Melissa represents Colchester, East Haddam and East Hampton, will talk about: Freddy Faulkner of Hamden says he has a legitimate complaint about living in Connecticut. “Right now, taxes are killing me. I am a local business owner,” said Faulkner.
Plus news of the day, sports with Eric and as always, your calls, heard exclusively on the WDRC, from 5 to 9 AM!
AND NOW! A THROWBACK OF BRAD DAVIS!
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Happy Halloween Ladies and Gentlemen, we’ve got all treats and no tricks on this show! Here’s what goodies we’ve got planned tomorrow morning:
- Lee Elci and Lori Hopkins-Cavanaugh from our sister station will join us to talk about the upcoming election, and Nationalism vs Globalism!
- Senator George Logan will talk about how over the past five years alone, a period during which North Carolina lawmakers enacted larger personal and corporate income tax cuts, more than 10,000 people have left Connecticut for North Carolina, taking more than $516,000,000 in wealth with them to the Tar Heel State.
- DON SHUBERT, PRESIDENT OF THE CONNECTICUT CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION AND ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF MOVE CT FORWARD – A COALITION OF CONSTRUCTION BUSINESSES, TRADES AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION ADVOCATES , he will talk about Voters to decide if state should create ‘legal lockbox’ for transportation costs
- Robert (Bob) Santy, President & CEO of the Connecticut Economic Resource Center, Inc. and CEO of InformCT; Connecticut Residents Less Worried About State’s Economic Prospects, More Concerned About Their Own
All that and your calls, news of the day and sports with Eric, heard exclusively on the Talk of Connecticut, WDRC, 5-9 AM!