Today's agenda included funding for a number of critically important capital projects relating to transportation, clean water, local town and city projects, as well as $5 million for the state's efforts toward mitigating the Covid-19 pandemic.
To help Connecticut residents understand the details of the bill and how it can potentially provide assistance during the COVID-19 crisis, Senator Chris Murphy's office has compiled a list of frequently asked questions.
The allocations included in HB 5518 will provide relief to cities and towns that lost revenue as a result of the property tax exemption on manufacturing and machinery equipment.
The 2019 legislative session was as demanding and productive as I have seen. In my newsletter to residents, I outline what we accomplished to improve the lives of working families, encourage economic growth and make critical investments in the future of our children, as well as our state. Click here to read the newsletter.
Yesterday, I attended a Conservation Conversation at the former cider barn in Manchester to celebrate the acquisition of the 62-acre Bush Hill farm property, which includes orchards, gardens and walking trails. Click the Read More tab for other news and events.