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Current New & Issues
REP. ROVERO PLEASED FUNDS TO SUPPORT AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMING TO PUTNAM
Representative Rovero welcomes the latest state investment of over $25 million in six affordable housing projects includes a project in Putnam. Selected under the Competitive Housing Assistance for Multifamily Properties (CHAMP) initiative, the historic Cargill Falls Mill project will receive a loan of up to $5 million from the Department of Housing (DOH) to assist in the redevelopment of 14 buildings.
KILLINGLY AND THOMPSON RECEIVE GRANTS FOR HOUSING AND COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION PROJECTS
Rep. Rovero Welcomes the Continued Confidence in the Northeast Corner.
REP. ROVERO INDUCTED INTO CIVIL AIR PATROL CONGRESSIONAL SQUADRON
“I wasn’t more than a buck sergeant in the Army, it is very humbling to be awarded the grade of Major.” READ MORE
REP. ROVERO ENCOURAGES BUSINESSES TO APPLY FOR BROWNFIELD REMEDIATION FUNDING
Application Deadline is June 30th. READ MORE
HOUSE MEMBERS AGREE TO STUDY "PAY IT FORWARD"
COLLEGE TUITION PLAN
Rep. Rovero Feels the Study Should Include Why the Cost for Education is So High.
BROWNFIELD FUNDS WILL HELP THOMPSON REVITALIZE BLIGHTED SITE
Rep. Rovero Welcomes Belding Site Investigation Funds Totaling $200,000.
REP. ROVERO LOOKS TO PROTECT ELDERLY & DISABLED RENTER'S REBATE
Representative Rovero has co-introduced legislation protecting the state's Rental Rebate Program for elderly and disabled residents. HB 5001 restores funding to the rental rebate program so that new applicants and previous recipients who failed to reapply are eligible for critical financial assistance. READ MORE