Today is Wednesday, May 23. The National Weather Service predicts 40 percent chance of showers mostly before noon. It should be a cloudy day with a high near 75 and low around 59.
Speed Bumps on Center Street
Mayor Anthony LaRosa said he wants Town Engineer James Sollmi to look at the possibility of adding a temporary speed bump on Center Street to help slow down drivers cutting through the parking lot and prevent Rocky Hill employees from being hit.
“People can cut through, but they cannot speed through” he said at a . "We don’t need anyone getting hurt at Town Hall."
Deputy Mayor Timothy Moriarty said he would like to explore the options on eliminating traffic cutting through the parking lot altogether.
Drivers are cutting through the parking lot, due to construction on Church Street for the . Church Street is closed permanently because it will help improve traffic safety in the area.
Spring Art Show
Parents, students and residents are invited to attend the annual Spring Art Show inside the Gymnasium from 7 to 9 p.m.
The artwork on display was created by students who took an art class during the course of the school year.
"We invite you to come and see what our students can do," said art teacher Eileen Schnyder in an email earlier in the week.
The artwork will also be on display from 2:10 to 3 p.m. However, Wednesday is the only day that the artwork will be displayed.
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Guerrera Television Show
State Rep. Tony Guerrera will discuss the recent legislation session and the on his monthly television program on Channel 14.
State Sen. Paul Doyle will be one of the Guerrera's guests and will discuss what new laws will be going into effect on July 1. Former Board of Education Chairman Bill MacDonald will preview the upcoming referendum.
"State of the State" is at 7 p.m. on channel 14
National EMS Week
According to acep.org, May 20 to 26 is National EMS Week with this year's theme being "EMS: More Than A Job. A Calling."
The week "brings together local communities and medical personnel to publicize safety and honor the dedication of those who provide the day-to-day lifesaving services of medicine's 'front line,'" according to the website.
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