Joe Serra
At the Capitol:
Legislative Office Building, Room 4021
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8585 | 1-800-842-8267
Joseph.Serra@cga.ct.gov
In the District:
P.O. Box 233
Middletown, CT 06457
(860) 347-0119

Current News & Issues

August 14, 2015
SHOP SALES TAX-FREE
This coming week (Aug 16-22) many items of clothing and footwear can be purchased sales tax-free. READ MORE

May 8, 2015
REP. SERRA’S BILL HELPS SENIORS STAY IN THEIR HOMES
Rep. Joseph C. Serra, House chairman of the legislature’s Aging Committee, praised the Senate’s unanimous approval Thursday of a bill introduced by his committee that ensures caregivers receive the information and training they need to care for their loved ones at home. READ MORE

May 6, 2015
MIDDLETOWN DELEGATION APPLAUDS STATE FUNDS FOR RIVERFRONT REDEVELOPMENT
State Representative Joseph Serra has joined his legislative colleagues in announcing that $2.6 million for riverfront redevelopment efforts is expected to be approved at the State Bond Commission meeting on May, 11. READ MORE

May 5, 2015
NUMBER OF OLDER PEOPLE IN STATE IS GROWING
Representative Joe Serra joins Senator Mae Flexer in leading a forum focusing on Connecticut's growing population of older adults and the increasing need to address the issues facing them. READ MORE

March 3, 2015
FREE HELP OFFERED FOR INCOME TAX PREPARATION
Noting that the season is here for filing your income tax return, Rep. Joe Serra says free help with tax preparaton is being offered to low- to moderate-income residents. READ MORE

February 10, 2015
INFORMATION CONCERNING ANTHEM DATA BREACH
The recent computer data breach has affected millions of people, and you should be concerned about whether it has an impact on you. I hope the following information is of help. READ MORE

February 6, 2015
GRANT AWARDED TO MIDDLESEX HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Rep. Joe Serra joins other Middletown-area lawmakers in applauding a $20,664 state grant awarded to the Middlesex County Historical Society by the Connecticut Humanities. The grant will finance the planning and exhibition of, “A Vanished Port: Middletown and the Caribbean, 1650-1824.” READ MORE

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