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Current New & Issues
REP. ROVERO WELCOMES STATE BONDING FOR DOWNTOWN PUTNAM IMPROVEMENTS
Representative Rovero announced today that the State Bond Commission will make a major investment in downtown Putnam when it meets next Tuesday, March 17 in Hartford. The state will announce a grant-in-aid and a loan to Historic Cargill Falls Mill LLC to assist with the redevelopment of a former mill complex on Pomfret Street. The $22.5 million mixed-used, private project will create 52 market-rate units and 30 affordable units along with office, restaurant and retail space and a hydroelectric dam/energy co-generation facility. READ MORE
FREE INCOME TAX PREPARATION
Noting that the season is here for filing your income tax return, free help with tax preparation is being offered to low- to moderate-income residents. READ MORE
KILLINGLY DELEGATION CELEBRATES STATE 'SMART START' GRANT FOR KILLINGLY PRE-K STUDENTS
The $150,000 Killingly grant is one of 14 grants announced by Governor Dannel P. Malloy; more than $3.5 million in state funding is being awarded to 14 towns and cities across Connecticut that will expand the availability of high-quality preschool to 416 new children. READ MORE
FLEXER, ROSATI AND ROVERO LISTEN TO CONSTITUENT CONCERNS
For two hours they answered questions and provided information on bills that were currently on the docket in Hartford. READ THE REMINDER NEWS STORY
ACCESS HEALTH CT ENROLLMENT DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15 AT MIDNIGHT
The deadline for Access Health CT enrollment is midnight Sunday, Feb. 15. READ MORE
INFORMATION ON THE ANTHEM DATA BREACH
Those who may have been affected should file their taxes quickly and be aware of fake emails seeking personal information. READ MORE