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“We thought it would be crazy, if not a little irresponsible, to not have it take place this year," says the annual event's founder and executive director Jon Winkel.
Town officials also provided updates on the Armstrong Court and Greenwich Close projects.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (R-Connecticut) described the federal CARES Act as "imperfect but imperative -- it's not a panacea, and opined that there will be a fourth and fifth, and perhaps a sixth, federal economic stimulus bill as the situation develops.
Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, and Trumbull First Selectman Vicki Tesoro were all re-elected, while State Rep. Fred Camillo is taking as Greenwich First Selectman from the retiring Peter Tesei.
The 70,000-square-foot facility at 62 Southfield Ave. is scheduled to open next summer and will add about 300 employees to Sema4’s staff.
Connecticut State Attorney General William Tong joined the picket line at the Stop & Shop in Southington, tweeting out his support of the job walkout.
The subcommittee focuses on emerging and advanced technologies used for intelligence gathering and ensuring national security.
“If we consider the status quo acceptable, the Long Island Sound and the coastline we know will not be recognizable to the next generation,” reads a letter from a bipartisan coalition.
The proposals to the state bond commission include $7 million for improvements to Sikorsky Memorial Airport.
Political newcomer Harry Arora is seeking to become Connecticut's first Republican congressional representative in 10 years.
Arora has criticized the Affordable Care Act for making health care “unaffordable” and advocated for smaller government that works more effectively.
Last month Tong was elected to his sixth term in the legislature, where he is co-chairman of the Judiciary Committee.
The contract keeps maintenance work on the presidential helicopter in Stratford through November 2022.
Upon completion, the 136-unit Washington Village public housing project will be replaced by a 273-apartment complex.
Recipients include Stamford's Charter Oak Communities and Bridgeport’s Center for Ecological Technology.