Gov. Lamont vows to start turning Connecticut around

Gov. Ned Lamont, right, was introduced at Friday’s special meeting of the Northwest Hills Council of Governments by Chairman (and Kent First Selectman) Bruce Adams, left. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

TORRINGTON —  Gov. Ned Lamont told the members of the Northwest Hills Council of Governments (NHCOG) that the state’s financial woes will not be corrected immediately — but they will be corrected. 

Lamont came to a special NHCOG meeting at the University of Connecticut’s Torrington campus on Friday, April 12. The organization is made up of the first selectmen from 21 Northwest Corner towns.

Lamont began by saying he’d only been in office for 90 days. “You can’t blame me for everything yet.”

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