I am pleased the Town of Kent is on the state Bond Commission’s Agenda for a housing grant-in-aid.
After decades of discussion and effort, I am pleased a bill I sponsored concerning the designation of the Housatonic River as a wild and scenic river was passed in the House of Representatives and goes next to the Governor to await his signature.
I was deeply moved and stunned by my House colleagues who more than surprised me by renaming the Governor’s Scholarship Program in my honor. I am humbled and grateful.
I have decided it is time to leave the legislature and I will retire in January after serving 16 years representing nine great towns in Northwest Connecticut.