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Fairfield County unit sales were up in December 2020 by 59% compared to the previous December, with the median sales price of $606,000 representing a 34.7% increase.
Approximately 321,000 households in the state lack wireline broadband subscriptions.
The allocation brings the total funding for Connecticut schools to $266 million.
Over the next few weeks, the organization said it will work with community partners in a number of municipalities to address schoolchildren’s needs, which in return will improve education and quality of life.
Connecticut added another 49 COVID-19-related deaths since yesterday, bringing its total to 326. Another 110 persons have been hospitalized, bringing that total to 1,418. The new to-date numbers of tests conducted and of positive results are expected later tonight, Gov. Ned Lamont said. Updated county-by-county information is also not yet available.
The timing for completing the project and promoting proposals across the state will coincide with the General Assembly election campaigns next fall and the longer, five-month General Assembly session in the first half of 2021.
Connecticut’s property tax burden per capita is almost twice the U.S. average and third-highest in the U.S., according to the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities report.
Gov. Ned Lamont greeted the proposal with enthusiasm, while Senate Republican President Pro Tempore Len Fasano said it would result in a state tax increase “of well over $1 billion."
The CCM provided details of 15 communities that have seen a shift from municipal recycling being a net plus to a net minus.
“Connecticut has long been the land of steady habits, but the precarious fiscal condition that still plagues the state budget demands that Connecticut change key core public policies – now,” said CCM Executive Director Joe DeLong.
Nearly half of the surveyed communities have imposed some type or level of spending freeze during the first quarter of their fiscal year.
The governor and other top Democrats in the legislature are offering more time via a letter to the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities.
Organization cites "lack of diversity in revenue sources" as driving force behind proposal.
Towns and cities originally were told sales tax revenue sharing would amount to $246 million this fiscal year, but that figure was cut to $185 million.