The future of the Bristol-Myers Squibb campus is discussed on the next edition of “Citizen Mike,” which airs tonight at 9 on Wallingford Public Access TV.
Last week, the global biopharmaceutical company said it was considering appealing a recent zoning change that will prevent Bristol-Myers from selling its 180-acre research facility to a boarding school.
Host-producer Mike Brodinsky and Record-Journal Editor Ralph Tomaselli also talk about a possible settlement of a lawsuit involving the Wallingford Electric Division and the Trump administration.
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