WOLCOTT — The controversial budget plan from Gov. Dannel Malloy was the chief topic at Rep. Rob Sampson’s office hours here tonight, where a handful of residents came to talk to their state representative about how tax increases in the plan would affect their lives. Malloy’s proposal calls for a bevy of tax increases that would affect middle class families, such as an increase in the state’s gas tax. Sampson held his session at Town Hall after a half-hour meeting with Mayor Thomas Dunn, who had just finished a budget meeting where Malloy explained how his plan would affect Wolcott. Several residents told Sampson they believe Connecticut’s government spends too much money, and they provided a few ideas they contend would help get the state’s finances back on track — such as curbing the use of state-owned vehicles among state employees.