Wilton residents speak out on town's response to Irene

Town officials in Wilton are listening to many residents who were without power for over a week after Irene.

Politicians and representatives from Connecticut Light and Power met with residents last night during a forum held at Town Hall.

First Selectman Bill Brennan said the feedback is crucial for the future and promises plans to improve communication going forward.

Brennan also said at the meeting that he encourages anyone who wants to voice their opinion to call his office.

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