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Harrison votes to bond $15.65M for Willow Ridge purchase

The village of Harrison's Board of Trustees has approved issuing $15.65 million in bonds to pay for the acquisition of the Willow Ridge Country...

State Bond Commission approves $550M to fund numerous CT projects

Meanwhile, State Comptroller Kevin Lembo is projecting the state’s General fund will close Fiscal Year 2020 – which ended on June 30 -- with an operating shortfall of $153.1 million.

CT Bond Commission approves $1 billion package; long-delayed aid to municipalities...

The commission approved the release of $136 million in grants to cities and towns.

What debt diet? General Assembly approves $4.7B bonding package

"The governor sold credit rating agencies a promise that he is failing to keep," Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano said. "I am gravely concerned about the consequences of not following through with the representations made.”

Gov. Lamont: $625M in municipal bonding to be approved next week

"While I find it very hard to believe that Gov. Lamont and Democrat leaders are anywhere close to agreeing on a full bonding package, what I do know is that funding for towns and cities has been held hostage for far too long and needs to be released,” said Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano.

Lamont moves municipal aid package forward

“We are now eight months into the fiscal year without solutions to our transportation needs and a bond package," the governor wrote to Office of Policy and Management Secretary Melissa McCaw. "No longer can our cities and towns wait.”

Connecticut tolls bill dead in the water … unless it isn’t

While Gov. Ned Lamont said "I think it's time to take a pause” on the issue, Senate Democrats insist they're still working on bringing the trucks-only toll bill up for a vote.

Gov. Lamont releases $1.7 billion bonding bill

The bond package had been delayed for the past several months, with the governor refusing his approval until state lawmakers adopted a tolls proposal. The General Assembly is expected to finally vote on tolls on Feb. 18 or 19.

Fasano, Lamont trade verbal blows over progress on transportation, tolls and...

"The public still has not been shown any details about the new House Democrat/Gov. Lamont combined tolling proposal," the Senate Minority Leader says.

$95M approved for state university upgrades

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy approved $95 million in state bonding April 2 to continue funding infrastructure improvements within the Connecticut State University System in 2014.