Route 2 ReopeningNovember 30, 2016
I am happy to report that this holiday season will be a much smoother ride for travelers! The DOT has announced that this ramp bridge connecting Governor Street to Route 2 Eastbound will be opened this afternoon.
Small Business SaturdayNovember 23, 2016
Looking to support your local economy? Help a Mom & Pop! Small business Saturday is Nov. 26. We have great local shops, restaurants and boutiques in Manchester, East Hartford, and South Windsor, all of which depend on brisk sales during the holiday season.
Sikorsky DealSeptember 28, 2016
I am pleased to announce the General Assembly has approved a deal with Sikorsky Aircraft, which has made its home in Stratford since 1929, to remain in the state until at least 2032.
Perfect Voting RecordJuly 27, 2016
I am pleased to announce that I have earned the distinction of achieving a 100% voting record during the 2016 Connecticut General Assembly.
Weekly News July 4 - July 8July 8, 2016
As we enter the month of July, I again want to spread the word about an important resource to ensure that no child goes hungry this summer. Free summer meals for kids and teens 18 years of age and under are available at sites across Connecticut. End Hunger Connecticut has created an interactive map that shows every location in the state where free summer meals are offered.
Weekly News June 27-July 2July 1, 2016
I have several announcements to share with you this week!
On Monday, I attended a forum at Silva's Youth of Today Childcare Learning Center in East Hartford put on by Parent Power and the CT Early Childhood Alliance to discuss the changes for the Care4Kids program.
Weekly News June 20-June 24June 24, 2016
I hope everyone is enjoying the start of the summer!
The Office of Early Childhood (OEC) announced today that it has found a way to ensure families currently enrolled in the Care4Kids program continue to receive the child care subsidy as long as they meet the current income eligibility requirement.
Weekly News June 13-June 17June 17, 2016
I would like to take a moment to address the Orlando tragedy. As an elected official, many people turn to us in times of crisis to be a voice of reason, a voice of understanding and a voice of hope.