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“I think we need to do a much better job of marketing our schools,” she stated.
“We wanted to create a place to have interesting conversations,” says Brent Montgomery about his 133,000-square-foot complex. “Someplace that can cater to the businesses, brands, and the people who are here as well as those who are coming to Connecticut.”
Serving on Caroline Simmons' Infrastructure & Environmental Resiliency Committee is Republican Mike Fedele, former lieutenant governor under M. Jodi Rell.
According to unofficial results from Secretary of the State Denise Merrill’s office, Caroline Simmons (D) received 15,565 votes (52.54%) while unaffiliated candidate Bobby Valentine received 14,060 votes (47.46%) in Tuesday's election.
Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner and Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti both won their 16th terms.
How local business communities might develop in a post-pandemic world are top of mind for candidates in 20 races for mayor and first selectman.
“Very few of those who moved here from New York City have moved back at the end of their lease terms, and most have chosen to stay,” boasted BLT Co-president Michael Handler.
In addition, Democrat Julia Pemberton defeated a challenger in her bid to remain first selectman of Redding.
"I'm not doing this to advance my political career,” the incumbent Martin said about running for a third term. “I'm doing this because I love this.”
“We’re just following multiple states in establishing some sports betting in our state," says Rep. Joseph Gresko (D-Stratford). "This way we keep that potential revenue here in the State of Connecticut.”
An unusual plan involving repurposing stranded tax credits may address the shortfall of qualified workers for open positions in various industries around Connecticut.
On tolls, Fairfield First Selectwoman Brenda Kupchick said the governor “needs to once and for all just give it up. He’s changed positions so many times, and the way it stands now it’s not going to make anywhere near the money that’s needed.”
While the current version of Gov. Ned Lamont's CT2030 transportation plan estimates its trucks-only tolls component will raise $170-180 million a year for infrastructure improvements, that is only "a small fraction of what is needed,” according to State Sen. Alex Bergstein, D-36th (Greenwich, New Canaan and Stamford),
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