Meskers to Address Retired Men’s Association on Post-Covid Economy

On Wednesday, State Representative Steve Meskers, (D-150) will give a talk at the Retired Men’s Association: “Economic Development in Post-COVID Connecticut.” The talk takes place at First Presbyterian Church, Lafayette Place in Greenwich.

Attendees must show proof of vaccination and booster at the door for admittance. Masks must be worn at all times in the church

If you wish to attend a speaker session by webinar, please Click Here. The talk starts at 11:00am.

State Rep Meskers will discuss the state of Connecticut’s economy as it begins to emerge from the stresses of the pandemic.

While by all standards the state effectively handled the medical challenges of Covid-19, how has it fared economically? What has been the impact of the crisis on state finances and Connecticut’s GDP and what lies ahead on the road to recovery?

Representative Meskers is well positioned to address these issues. As the vice-chair of the Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee, he has proved himself to be a strong advocate for policies on taxation, environmental protection, energy reform, and healthcare costs and continues to advocate against higher capital gains taxes and against a statewide property tax.

Along with the Governor he wants to accelerate the income tax relief on retirement income.

Stephen identifies himself as a Democrat, a fiscal conservative, and a social progressive. In November 2018 he was elected State Representative for the 150th district in Connecticut, the first Democrat elected from the district in over 100 years. He has just completed the first year of his second legislative term. This December, Greenwich received 1.2 mm in grants for a number of non-profit building projects around town, including the Red Cross Blood Donation Center, Neighbor to Neighbor New Center, the Rebuild of Senior Center on Greenwich Avenue, and the Chimes Building at Greenwich Point.

Meskers has a BA from Fordham University in Economics and Spanish, and an MBA in Finance from the Lubin School at Pace University.

Prior to entering the House, Representative Meskers had a 35 year career in emerging markets at Irving Trust, Chemical Bank and Banco Santander.Please

Next week, February 23: Joshua Gersen, Candidate for Conductor of the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, co-sponsored by GSO. “Conductor’s Choice.”The Greenwich Retired Men’s Association offers a free program every Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. For additional information see www.greenwichrma.org or contact us by email at [email protected]