I was happy to join our legislative and town delegation along with Governor Ned Lamont at our press conference today announcing redevelopment plans for the former Ames Headquarters in Rocky Hill.
State Representative Kerry Wood announced she has secured $400,000 in funding for updates to Elm Ridge Park and $500,000 to help assist in the redevelopment efforts of the former Ames Headquarters on Main Street following a special meeting of the State Bond Commission on Friday.
State Representative Kerry Wood is pleased to see two of her two top priorities for funding in Rocky Hill have been placed on today's State Bond Commission Agenda for funding.
Rep. Wood Announces $25,000 Grant from James M. Cox Foundation for Wethersfield Food and Clothing BankFebruary 25, 2021
With the prolonged impact of the COVID-19 pandemic being felt by Connecticut families and individuals, local food distribution facilities continue to see strong demand from area residents. That’s why Representative Kerry Wood is proud to announce today that Wethersfield Food and Clothing Bank, a local food pantry providing hospitality to those in need, will benefit from a second $25,000 grant from the James M. Cox Foundation.
The COVID vaccination plan is underway here in Connecticut with most of our nursing home residents and staff having received their first dose of the vaccination as well as first responders with the highest risk of exposure. We are currently in Phase 1A which includes the following people:
The Radiological Society of Connecticut praises Representative Kerry Wood’s advocacy of preventive breast cancer screenings and has made Representative Wood a “Legislative Champion” for her strong support and advocacy of early breast cancer screenings by women.