Connecticut has long been at the forefront of offering meaningful incentives to help business owners establish and grow their businesses. The state is now being recognized for its efforts.
As more restaurants and businesses get set to reopen on June 17th as a part of phase 2 of Connecticut's reopening and people travel more, we must continue to do all we can to prevent COVID-19's spread. The best ways to do that continue to be practicing physical distancing and wearing masks when in public.
To that end, I will be helping to distribute masks Friday, June 12th to Stratford residents at Stratford Academy Johnson House. Please be sure to bring your ID and, in order to maintain physical distancing, stay inside your car.
The landscaper has completed planting along the residential side of Barrier no. 1 (behind Cottage Place) and Barrier no.2 (behind Clinton Ave). Plantings include a mix of pine trees, leafy trees and shrubs. The landscaper has added mulch and an irrigation system. Please see the attached photos.
Eagle fencing continued installing sound dampening blankets along Barrier no 2 and will be complete this week.
George Floyd's killing in Minneapolis has forced the country to face facts that make us uncomfortable and deal with the truth that racism remains an issue.
Connecticut has been a leader in social and racial justice, however we are not immune to prejudice and injustice.
As Connecticut Democrats, we have taken major steps to eradicate social inequities by advancing the following policies:
In order to track the spread of COVID-19, we need to make sure we're testing as many people for the disease as possible.
To help boost the state's testing numbers, CVS has announced 12 new drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites in Connecticut, including one in Stratford (CVS Pharmacy, 1 Hawley Lane).
Governor Lamont's Office released the following details on the new testing sites: