Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz and State Representative David Zoni are pleased to announce that the State Bond Commission is expected to approve a $5 million grant-in-aid to the town of Southington for the construction of a new senior center at their next meeting.
Majority Leader Aresimowicz is applauding Pratt & Whitney’s Friday morning announcement that the company is committed to staying in Connecticut and is planning to expand their facilities and hire close to 8,000 jobs in the state.
According to statistics provided by the House Clerk’s Office, Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz achieved a perfect, one-hundred-percent, voting record for the 2016 Regular Session, May 2016 Special Session, and June 2016 Veto Sessions.
House Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz recognized six middle schools students from Berlin and Southington for being the top participants in an essay contest sponsored by the state lawmaker. The winners and finalists visited the State Capitol in Hartford where they were able to speak with Rep. Aresimowicz about their ideas and were presented with official citations from the General Assembly. (Left to Right) Jake Camacho, Gianna Uba, Caitlyn Lennehan, Rep. Aresimowicz, Megan Wadman, Griffin Prushinski, and Anneliese Baillargeon in the House Chamber of the State Capitol.