Rep. Abercrombie has retained her position as House Chair of the Human Services Committee and will serve on the Energy & Technology Committee, her new assignment. She will remain Chair of the Appropriations Human Services Sub-Committee.
From left to right, State Rep. Melissa Ziobron, State Sen. Marilyn Moore (co-chair of Human Services Legislative Committee), State Rep. Cathy Abercrombie (co-chair Human Services Committee) and Merrill Gay, Executive Director, CT Early Childhood Alliance
State Rep. Cathy Abercrombie joined colleagues and private healthcare provider organizations for a forum and presentation by the Department of Social Services (DSS) to learn more about the Electronic Visit Verification, a new system for keeping track of services provided to clients, scheduled to start on November 1.
Meriden area lawmakers are pleased the General Assembly has approved a deal that Sikorsky Aircraft, which has made its home in Stratford since 1929, will remain here until at least 2032. Rep. Cathy Abercrombie (D-Meriden/Berlin) said, “I am pleased the state took a proactive approach in approving a plan that will allow Sikorsky to continue their commitment to Connecticut. Their presence and business relationship with suppliers in Meriden and Berlin is extremely important to all of us as we continue to build our economy.”