Updates from State Rep. Chris Poulos - May 10, 2024

May 10, 2024

The 2024 legislative session proved that bipartisanship and fiscal responsibility are at the core of the Connecticut General Assembly, and as your State Representative, I am proud of the role that I played in crafting sensible laws for our state. My priority this session was simple: Address the needs of the average Connecticut resident. Responding to the concerns of seniors was paramount, and we proudly passed legislation to improve their quality of life. We continued historic levels of funding for public education, expanded incentives for small businesses and job growth, addressed public safety concerns, and provided long overdue benefits for our Veterans

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Updates from State Rep. Chris Poulos - May 3, 2024

May 3, 2024

Veterans put their lives on the line for our country. This is a small way to say, “thank you for your service.” HB 5491 establishes a property tax exemption for veterans who have a service-connected permanent and total disability rating as determined by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Updates from State Rep. Chris Poulos - April 19, 2024

April 19, 2024

This week we had an excellent turn out for my Veteran’s Coffee Hour and Legislative Q & A at the Calendar House. It was a privilege to partner with the Southington Veterans Committee and Connecticut Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) to offer our residents an update on the legislation impacting Veterans and the share information about the state resources and benefits available to those who have served.

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Updates from State Rep. Chris Poulos - April 12, 2024

April 12, 2024

What a great turnout for my Spring Lake Village Cookies and Coffee Legislative Q&A! I am glad the residents had an opportunity to hear about the work we are doing in Hartford on their behalf, shared their concerns, and asked a number of good, appropriate questions.

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Updates from State Rep. Chris Poulos - April 5, 2024

April 5, 2024

This week the State Librarian, Deborah Schander, visited Southington and we had the opportunity to tour the library building project that is currently underway, meet with architects and the construction crew, and receive an update on their progress, including the addition and upgrades to the "exterior look" being funded by the $5 million in state bonding that the town received last year.

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