Legislative & Local Updates - July 19th

July 19, 2024

While the session is over, we are still working for our constituents. I recently held a bipartisan informational session on the potential of having a Food As Medicine Summit this year in Connecticut. I also joined Comptroller Sean Scanlon, Rep. Carol Hall, and First Selectman Jason Bowsza to talk to East Windsor seniors about the ArrayRx program. I joined members of the Ellington Ambulance Corps and Senator John Kissel to honor several members of EVAC for their selfless response and life-saving efforts on a call last August. Earlier this week, I joined members of Connecticut's federal delegation as they talked about the Save Our Small Farms Act of 2024. 

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Summer EBT Delay: Resources Available in the 57th District

June 25, 2024

We have been notified that Summer EBT (S-EBT) benefits, which were anticipated to be deposited this week, have been delayed until early August. Summers can be hard for families when they're not receiving school meals. We are working on solutions and have cultivated a list of resources that can help until the S-EBT delay is over.

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Legislative & Local Updates - June 21st

June 21, 2024

$8 million heading to East Windsor, Ellington, & Windsor for radio communication improvements, celebrating the 57th District's graduates, great turnout for the veteran resource discussion at Ellington Senior Center, ribbon-cutting at a new playground at East Windsor Park, toasting (with milk) to Oakridge Dairy's new milk processing facility, don't forget to get your dog licensed in the 57th, Vernon Parks & Rec ready to open Community Pool & Newhoca Beach on Monday, & so much more to share with you!

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Bond Commission Approves $8 Million for East Windsor & Ellington

June 7, 2024

I'm thrilled to announce that on Friday, the State Bond Commission approved funding allocations including $8 million for the North Central CT Police and Public Safety Infrastructure project, which will provide better communication resources for East Windsor, Ellington, and Windsor first responders. The project will see the expansion of a radio site and channels for Windsor, East Windsor, and Ellington towns and public safety agencies, bolstering connectivity and interoperability between agencies in each town. The work also includes improving a police radio dead zone at Ellington High School and will overall improve interoperability in the majority of North Central Connecticut.

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