Oh, the places the mayor goes

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peruABOVE: Mayor Michael Pavia and Susana Villaran De La Puente, mayor of Lima, Peru sign an agreement formalizing their sister-city relationship.

STAMFORD — Mayor Michael Pavia spent two days of his last month in office visiting Washington, D.C., where he met with federal officials and squeezed in a quick tour of the White House.

It’s not the most exotic place Pavia has been to as the city’s mayor. Last year he went to London during the U.S. Olympics to meet with Royal Bank of Scotland executives. In 2011 he traveled to Lima, Peru, to formalize Stamford’s sister-city relationship with the South American city.

Here’s our full coverage of the mayor’s latest trip which, unlike his London and Lima travels, will be paid for by Stamford taxpayers. See below for his full itinerary:

MAYOR PAVIA & STAMFORD ITINERARY
NOVEMBER 13-14, WASHINGTON, DC

Wednesday, November 13th

5:00 AM Depart Stamford From Government Center

10:30 AM Major Robinson, Arlington National Cemetery

11:45 Meet Matt and Andy in Lobby

12:00 Jay Williams, Assistant Secretary of Commerce (Nominee) U.S. Economic Development Administration; US Department of Labor

1:30 PM Rep. Jim Himes

2:30 PM Sen. Chris Murphy

4:00 PM Sen. Richard Blumenthal

5:30 PM Former Sen. Joseph Lieberman / Clarine Nardi Riddle Reception at Art & Soul

7:30 PM Dinner

Thursday, November 14th

7:30 AM Depart from hotel

8:00 AM White House Tour

9:30 AM Corey Ray, Senior Public Affairs Specialist, U.S. Department of Justice

10:30 AM Salin Geevarghese, Acting Director of the Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities
Kate Dykgraff, Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development

11:45 AM Former Senator Joe Lieberman and Clarine Nardi Riddle

1:00 PM David Lloyd, Director of Brownfields and Land Revitalization
Kevin Nelson, Senior Policy Analyst, Office of Sustainable Communities, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

2:00 PM Beth Osborne, U.S. DOT Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy
DOT TIGER Team: Rob Mariner, Howard Hill, and John Kennedy, U.S. Department of Transportation

3:00 PM Peter Rogoff, Administrator, Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation – East Building

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