Letter to the Editor: First Selectman Mike Freda is the True Driving Force Behind Amazon Development
It was First Selectman Freda’s efforts that attracted Amazon to North Haven. And it was his love for our town and unparalleled work ethic that propelled this development forward.
Keeps approximately $30 million in the state’s rainy day fund; Restores millions of dollars to municipalities, state parks and programs for those with intellectual disabilities.
This week Senate Republican President Pro Tempore Len Fasano and Senate Republican lawmakers released a revised line-by-line state budget proposal that does not rely on new taxes.
“Tolls are not the revenue savior they have been made out to be.”
Rep. Yaccarino (R-87) said the proposed budget provides a blueprint for restoring confidence in Connecticut by creating predictability and showing that legislators are ready to produce spending plans that live within the state’s means.
Protects Core Services, Boosts Education Aid, Creates Stability for Towns & Cities and Does Not Rely on Tax Increases
This bill would seek to provide individual investors, corporations, and venture capital firms with tax credits for investments made to qualified biotechnology and bioscience companies within Connecticut.
State Representative Dave Yaccarino issued the following statement in response to Governor Malloy’s budget proposal.
Senate & House Republicans Offer Plan to Restore Nearly $20 Million in Education Funding, Eliminate FY 2017 Budget Deficit
The proposal would allow the state to restore $18.9 million in Education Cost Sharing funding that was cut by the administration in December and also close the current budget deficit of $11.9 million as estimated by the Office of Fiscal...
The sessions will take place at the Keefe Community Center, 11 Pine St., Hamden, from 3-8 p.m. every Thursday, starting Feb. 2 and running through April 13.
Following a turbulent election season, some students are feeling anxious. Ron Insana, a contributor to Comcast NBCUniversal’s networks CNBC and MSNBC, came to Quinnipiac University on Nov. 16, to put them at ease.