Numerous preparations are underway for Connecticut's first new governor in eight years.
In the meantime, numerous documents are being packed up from outgoing Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration; temporary space has been reserved at the state Capitol for Lamont; and a website has been created for jobs in the administration, volunteer opportunities or suggestions.
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Malloy's commissioners have already provided Lamont with reports outlining their respective agency's priorities and future needs. And Lamont has received a transition budget from Malloy's budget director to use as a starting point for his first, two-year budget proposal.
Lamont on Tuesday will hold a policy summit, where he'll hear from advisers and the public.