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The DECD commissioner said that the state’s value proposition is proven by the numbers: 40,000 new businesses were registered in Connecticut last year, and over 20,000 new residents moved in.
Outgoing Mayor David Martin said he couldn't imagine how either of his successors -- State Rep. Caroline Simmons or Bobby Valentine -- could “mess this up."
“We’re just doing our job here, building up a city," says Director of Economic Development Thomas Madden.
The war on drugs "was really a war on Black and Brown people," said Gov. Ned Lamont, adding that it "caused severe injustices and disparities within certain communities while doing little to protect public health and safety."
“We live in a great state with a great value proposition," says Peter Denious, president and CEO of AdvanceCT, the state government’s economic development entity. "I say, ‘Bring it on!’ Let’s go play offense for a change.”
The company's proprietary technology promises fully underwritten pre-approvals in hours, an on-time closing guarantee, and a price match for the lowest possible mortgage rates.
While one might expect David Lehman to call himself "very positive on Connecticut over the next two years,” he appears to have the data and vision to back that claim up.
Expected to be open sometime during the second half of the year, the revitalized facility will include a 700-ton travel lift for hoisting large vessels, making it one of the largest such lifts in the New England region.
“We started about a year and a half ago,” Demetrius Glover, owner of wellness and community-building event company SolHaus in Stamford, said, “so with Covid, doing meditation and live entertainment at company events became difficult.”
DECD Commissioner David Lehman told the Business Journal that he expected to announce “a couple of big companies” relocating to Fairfield County from Westchester and New York City in the coming few weeks.
"Connecticut has earned it," the governor said. "It feels pretty good that we're able to do this."
“There’s a lot of urgency,” said Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner David Lehman. “It’s really important that we get this done this year.”
The $10 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor will help build career pathways in the information technology and advanced manufacturing sectors.
“We’re a lot further along in being proactive versus reactive -- and it’s beginning to pay dividends," says Peter Denious, president and CEO of AdvanceCT, the state government’s economic development entity.
This year, the governor said, “We will continue to emphasize our best-in-the-nation public schools and workforce development, making sure every child, regardless of zip code, race, color, or creed, has the best opportunity at the starting line of life.”