Mary Fritz
At the Capitol:
Legislative Office Building, Room 4013
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8500 | 1-800-842-1902
In the District:
43 Grove Street
Yalesville, CT 06492
(203) 269-1169

Current News & Issues

May 19, 2014
REP. FRITZ WELCOMES $500,000 STEAP GRANT FOR CHESHIRE ANNOUNCED BY THE GOVERNOR
The grant is to fund the design and construction of 1,630 linear feet of sidewalks throughout the town center. This sidewalk extension project will connect the recently upgraded West Main Street commercial area to a number of municipal facilities, retail establishments and residential neighborhoods. READ MORE

May 1, 2014
REP. FRITZ WELCOMES PROTECTIONS FOR PREPAID HEATING OIL CONTRACTS
Rep. Fritz says people lost thousands of dollars from companies that stopped deliveries. Heating Oil Companies Must Disclose Details of Prepaid Plans. READ THE REP-AM ARTICLE

September 11, 2013
CEREMONY NAMING BRIDGE ON ROUTE 10 IN CHESHIRE TO HONOR FOUNDER OF TOWN'S FIRST POLICE DEPARTMENT SET FOR SEPTEMBER 27TH
Myron Verner retired from the Cheshire Police Department in 1993 following 38 years of service. He died in 2011 at the age of 79. READ MORE

August 2, 2013
REP. FRITZ WELCOMES $181,000 STEAP GRANT FOR WALLINGFORD PROJECT
State Representative Mary Fritz is pleased that Wallingford will be awarded a $181,000 grant under Connecticut’s Small Town Economic Assistant Program (STEAP). READ MORE

July 29, 2013
REP. FRITZ WILL ACCOMPANY UCONN WOMEN’S
NATIONAL CHAMPS VISIT TO THE WHITE HOUSE WEDNESDAY

State Representative Mary Fritz will accompany the UConn women’s national basketball championship team on Wednesday when the Huskies attend a White House reception and will be greeted by President Barack Obama at a 2p.m. ceremony. READ MORE

June 27, 2013
GOVERNOR MALLOY SIGNS INTO LAW BILL SPONSORED BY REP. FRITZ ALLOWING
CHESHIRE TO AMMEND CONTRACT WITH THE STATE OVER CORRECTION FACILITIES

A bill sponsored by State Representative Mary Fritz affecting contracts between the state and municipalities over correctional facilities was signed into law by Governor Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday, June 25th.
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