NORWALK — Local and state officials will hold a meeting Monday to talk with members of the public about quality of life in the city.

The Coalition of Norwalk Neighborhoods Association will hold a discussion “about improving our quality of life in Norwalk” in the community room at City Hall beginning at 7 p.m. Monday.

“A happier, cleaner, safer city enhances the local economy, promotes a vibrant arts culture and preserves our parks, wetlands, river, harbor and Long Island Sound,” a statement from the group of neighborhood associations reads.

Guest panelists for the event will include: Jessica Casey, chief of economic and community development, Thomas Kulhawik, chief of police, Kathryn Hebert, chief of transportation, mobility and parking, Steve Kleppin, director of planning and zoning, State Rep. Chris Perone, D-Norwalk, and Audrey Cozzarin, founder of the Norwalk Citizens Traffic Committee.

The event is scheduled to run from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

For questions or comments, email norwalkneighborhoods@gmail.com

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