As of July 1st, there are a number of new laws that went into effect. I want to make you aware of this information as some of these new laws, including the budget, will add financial pressure on Connecticut residents...
Rep. Yaccarino, Bill to Increase Tax Abatement for Volunteer First Responders Passes House and Senate
The proposal would allow towns to increase the property tax abatement available to volunteer firefighters and other first responders at a level higher than the current $1,000.
With the governor’s recent budget address including more than fifty tolls expected on all major highways across the state, this event will allow area residents to share their concerns, get their questions answered, and discuss potential alternatives.
What separates Connecticut lawmakers from Washington politicians is that here in our state Republicans and Democrats can, have and will continue to work together to reach solutions.
Sen. Fasano, Republican Lawmakers Release Revised Fy 2019 State Budget Proposal Focus On Stabilization Of Connecticut’s Future
This revised plan fully balances next year’s budget, reduces future deficits, restores funding for the core functions of government, and does not include any new tax increases.
The Republican proposal fully balances the fiscal year 2019 budget and eliminates the projected $321.5 million deficit.
Quinnipiac University presents town of North Haven with $700,000 check, which will be used for two elementary school playgrounds
Freda said, the money will be used to build a new playground at the Montowese Elementary School, and an inclusive handicapped accessible playscape at Ridge Road School.