New London has received a grant of $1,300,000 to assist with the second phase of the project that includes building two family dwelling apartments.
After many hours of hard work and debate, my colleagues and I have passed House Bill 7267, which takes a comprehensive and systematic approach to health care and its soaring costs. The directives and policies in this legislation will significantly increase access to care and create a more sustainable, high-value health care system in the future.
The state budget approved by the House of Representatives on Monday night provides a net increase in funding for New London’s education system. The new budget includes additional funding of $1.2 million in comparison to last year for New London schools and the Teacher Retirement Fund will no longer be an expense to our town.