Connecticut has launched a new online jobs portal aimed at assisting state residents — and those seeking to move here — in the process of finding a job.
The new portal - jobs.ct.gov - joins health.ct.gov and business.ct.gov as the next service category in Connecticut's ongoing evolution toward a more digital state government that streamlines and improves access to state services and resources.
As a member and founder of the bipartisan Crumbling Foundations Caucus, I want to let residents of the 12th House District know about an exciting new federal funding opportunity for low- and moderate-income families suffering from crumbling foundations.
Great news! The Housing Advisory Panel voted on Friday to approve one-time grant funding awards as part of the Interest on Real Estate Brokers Trust Account (IOREBTA) Program, including $70,000 for eight Manchester-area organizations.
After months of negotiations, we delivered a new two-year state budget that includes the largest income tax cut in the state’s history and significant increases in funding for local schools, also known as Education Cost Sharing (ECS) funds.
Great news for Manchester! Last week, the Community Investment Fund 2030 Board approved $7.5 million to revitalize our downtown and provide much-needed support for the infrastructure related to the library project, which was overwhelmingly approved by Manchester’s voters in 2022.
As we continue to progress steadily through the current session, it is important that we continue to build upon past legislative successes that have allowed Connecticut to keep moving forward.