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Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz speaks at a press conference at the Berlin Senior Center to celebrate the passage of legislation creating a retirement savings program for the estimated 600,000 Connecticut residents who do not have a retirement savings plan available to them through their employer. Rep. Aresimowicz was joined by (left to right) Senate President Martin M. Looney, Sen. Terry Gerratana, Thomas Sennett, AARP Volunteer Advocate, and Bob Cave, AARP Volunteer Advocate.


Addressing Connecticut’s Retirement Savings Crisis

June 16, 2016

Majority Leader Aresimowicz, Senate President Martin M. Looney, and Sen. Terry Gerratana joined senior citizens, elected officials, and advocates at the Berlin Senior Center to celebrate the passage of legislation creating a retirement savings program for the estimated 600,000 Connecticut residents who do not have a retirement savings plan available to them through their employer.

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Berlin's Façade and Landscape Program Receives Funding

June 8, 2016

The Office of Policy and Management (OPM) has awarded a $500,000 Responsible Growth and Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Grant to the town of Berlin to fund additional projects under the town's successful Facade and Landscape Program.

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Landmark Retirement Security Bill Becomes Law

June 1, 2016

Rep. Aresimowicz is pleased to announce that Governor Malloy has signed PA 16-29 which will give private sector workers who do not have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, a low-cost way to save for retirement, at no cost to the tax payers of Connecticut.

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Southington Receives Funding for Bridge Infrastructure Improvement

May 27, 2016

The State Bond Commission has approved two grants-in-aid to the town of Southington to maintain and improve the town’s bridge infrastructure.

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