CURRENT NEWS

CT Makes Historic Pension Payment

September 26, 2022

State Comptroller Natalie Braswell announced that her office will transfer $3.1 billion into the rainy-day fund. This move triggers a statutory mandate that requires a one-time, special payment of $2.8 billion to be made toward the state’s unfunded pension liabilities.

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Veterans Stand Down 2022

September 15, 2022

In an effort to connect military personnel and veterans to helpful state services and community-based nonprofits, the Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs will hold its annual Veterans Stand Down on Friday, September 23 from 8AM to 2 PM.

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15, 2022

From September 15 to October 15 we observe Hispanic Heritage Month to celebrate, recognize, and feature the countless achievements of the many Hispanic Americans who have positively impacted and enriched our communities.

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Disability Voting Rights Week

September 14, 2022

Voting is one of our nation’s most fundamental rights and a hallmark of our democracy. All eligible voters must have equal access and opportunity to participate in our electoral process.

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Stop New CT Leases for Offshore Drilling

September 13, 2022

Climate change is wreaking havoc off our coast. Rising sea levels and coastal erosion threaten the environment, the critical diversity of marine life off our shores as well as our most vulnerable communities.

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Public Meetings on Housing in Stamford

September 9, 2022

Almost 20 Fairfield County towns are meeting next week to consider important questions about housing, land use, and zoning. Bethel's Planning and Zoning Commission will consider several amendments to the town's zoning regulations, including whether to opt out of Public Act 21-29, which allows accessory dwelling units in all zoning districts.

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