Larry Butler
At the Capitol:
Legislative Office Building, Room 5001
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8585 | 1-800-842-8267
Larry.Butler@cga.ct.gov
In the District:
70 Blackman Road
Waterbury, CT 06704
(203) 754-4773

Welcome

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Current News & Issues

Rep. Victor Cuevas May 23, 2014
WATERBURY DELEGATION HAILS STATE BOND APPROVAL
The Waterbury delegation hailed the recent passage of the state bond package that provides $18 million in funding for construction of the Waterbury Intermodal Transportation Center. READ MORE
   
Rep. Victor Cuevas May 3, 2014
REP. BUTLER LEADS HOUSE PASSAGE OF TWO HOUSING BILLS
Both Bills Support Affordable Housing Opportunities. READ MORE
   
April 16, 2014
REP. BUTLER CHEERS FUNDS TO SUPPORT AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Funding Will Spur Private Investments in Waterbury. READ MORE
   
Rep. Victor Cuevas March 19, 2014
VACANT SNET BUILDING TO BE DEMOLISHED TO ALLOW EXPANDED COMMUTER PARKING
Waterbury legislators gathered at the vacant SNET building to announce the start of demolition and improvements to the train station. READ MORE
   
Waterbury March 10, 2014
WATERBURY NONPROFITS RECEIVE FUNDING
Several Waterbury non-profit organizations received funding as part of the state’s Nonprofit Grant Program. READ MORE
   
Rep. Larry Butler February 24, 2014
REP. BUTLER VISITS MILFORD TO DISCUSS AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Representative Butler attended a meeting in Milford that included a tour of affordable housing complexes. He was joined by State Representative Kim Rose (D-Milford), Vice-Chair of the legislature’s Housing Committee, State Representatives Paul Davis and James Maroney and Mayor Ben Blake. READ MORE

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