Great news! As House Chair of Connecticut General Assembly’s Bonding Subcommittee, I worked closely with Governor Ned Lamont and Speaker of the House Matt Ritter to secure nearly $17.5 million in funding for Waterbury from the State Bond Commission for a number of city projects.
Great news! CareerConneCT is expanding its intake portal. The goal of CareerConneCT is to provide underemployed and unemployed Connecticut residents with resources and training necessary for the pursuit of a well-paying, high-quality career path. The program provides free job training, case management, supportive services, and employment assistance.
It is an honor to be appointed as House Chair of the General Bonding Subcommittee of Finance, Revenue and Bonding by Speaker of the House Matt Ritter and Majority Leader Jason Rojas (D-East Hartford, Manchester). This is the first-ever appointment of a Waterbury state representative or senator as Chair of the Bonding Subcommittee.
John Billus, a retired French teacher and resident of the Bunker Hill/Robinwood section of Waterbury, can be found walking with his shopping cart and garbage picker scouring city streets daily as part of his “Litter Patrol.”
This is reminder that if you or someone you know is elderly or disabled and currently renting housing, the Connecticut’s Renters’ Rebate Program deadline to apply is fast approaching.
More good economic news for the 73rd District!
It's great to see that a Waterbury-based family business recently acquired Colonial Plaza on Thomaston Avenue and wants to turn into a retail and commercial hub.
I am proud to champion and support the investment in Waterbury by Cornerstone Realty and the Albert Family, who purchased 224,810 square feet of commercial buildings on 16 acres.