Speaker of the House Matt Ritter (D-Hartford) and House Majority Leader Jason Rojas (D-East Hartford, Manchester) today announced the reappointment of Rep. Joseph Gresko (D-Stratford) as House Chair of the Environment Committee.
While lawmakers approved those changes in 2021, lingering supply chain issues have resulted in many retailers being unable to secure orders of new products that are stamped with the proper “return for deposit” or other markers to signify the bottles and cans are eligible for a nickel redemption, according to state Rep. Joe Gresko, D-Stratford.
While shouting over the wind and cries of seagulls state Rep. Joe Gresko of Stratford put a positive spin on Black Rock Harbor’s grade of D+.
“I don’t know how much worse you can get than an F minus,” said Gresko, referring to a previous grade. “But now we’re a D.”
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State Representative Joe Gresko was recognized Friday at the Connecticut Agricultural Expo as the Connecticut Farm Bureau Association's (CFBA) 2022 Legislator of the Year.
As your State Representative, I take great efforts to ensure your safety – and work with any relevant state agencies if I have a concern. I want to send a 'thank you' to the Connecticut Department of Transportation for answering a recent request and responding to my concern about the sight line at the bottom of the I-95 Southbound Exit 31 off ramp onto South Avenue.
As a thank you for their tireless work, Connecticut childcare workers will soon receive bonus payments. Governor Lamont released $70 million in state funding for the Wage Supports for Early Childhood Educators program. Through this program, full time childcare employees will receive $1,000 and part time employees will receive $400.
State Representative Joe Gresko was recognized Tuesday at the Connecticut Water Works Association's (CWWA) Annual Fall Conference as Legislator of the Year for his continued advocacy for issues affecting Connecticut's drinking water.