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Current News & Issues
|February 28, 2014
SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ABOUT THE FUTURE OF GLENBROOK AND SPRINGDALE
Rep. Fox Encourages the Exchange of Ideas at a Pair of Upcoming Forums in March. READ MORE
|February 25, 2014
ACCESS HEALTH CT SPONSORS ENROLLMENT FAIRS IN STAMFORD
Tully Health Center in Stamford on Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Rep. Fox Encourages Residents to Enroll in Quality Health Care Coverage.
|February 25, 2014
STATE BOND COMMISSION SET TO APPROVE $10 MILLION FOR STAMFORD RAILROAD BRIDGE PROJECTS
Representative Fox is pleased the State Bond Commission is scheduled to approve $10 million in funding for railroad and road replacement projects in Stamford. The requested funds will finance preliminary engineering associated with bridge replacements and related road reconstruction for the Metro-North Railroad bridges over East Main and Atlantic Streets in Stamford. READ MORE
|February 10, 2014
STAMFORD LEGISLATORS APPLAUD MRI MACHINE APPROVAL AT PROPOSED HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL SURGERY
State approves hospital's request to install MRI equipment at planned Chelsea Piers location. READ MORE
|January 24, 2014
REP. DAN FOX INVITES LOCAL INPUT ON TOD STUDY
The meetings will be a continuation of the planning process to date and will be interactive in order to gain further community input. READ MORE
|January 15, 2014
REP. DAN FOX NAMED VICE CHAIR OF MORE COMMISSION
"I'm honored that House Speaker Sharkey has chosen me to help lead this very important bi-partisan commission. The net result of this commission's efforts will ultimately provide efficiencies and save taxpayer dollars." READ MORE
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