Wednesday, January 3, 2018




Middletown mayor expects good 2018

MIDDLETOWN – Middletown’s elected officials were sworn into office on Tuesday night and Mayor Joseph DeStefano told the common council and city residents that he expects the new year to be a good one.

The mayor, who ran unopposed, said 2018 should be good for the city and its residents.

“It’s good times, I believe, for the city, and I look forward to a positive 2018 as we move the city forward,” he said.

DeStefano is expected to go into detail in his state-of-the city address next month.

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