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Bridgeport’s Lecoq Cuisine Corp. has laid off 181 workers. “Although this action may be temporary, given the uncertainty created by this pandemic, this separation may be permanent,” according to Chief People Officer Laura Brown.
“We are starting to plan for our economic recovery and continue to look to book events over the next couple of years,” says Thomas Madden, Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau chair and Director of Economic Development for Stamford.
“It wasn’t about just starting to sell dog food,” founder Tom Arrix says of the company's beginnings, “but about creating a wellness experience, and educating our customers – the dogs’ moms and dads – about what they can do to positively affect the wellness of the family pet.”
The first 20,000 units of Ranger Ready Hand Sanitizers are expected to ship on April 10 and are being made available exclusively to the State of Connecticut for use by emergency medical services, hospitals and first responders.
A third person has tested positive for COVID-19 – an elderly man who lives in New Canaan, according to Dr. Matthew Cartter, the state...
The 10-story, 123,958-square-foot class A office building is comprised of seven floors of office space over four levels of covered parking.
“We can no longer stick our heads in the sand,” Gov. Ned Lamont said in written testimony on Monday. “Cannabis currently, and will be increasingly, available to residents of Connecticut. While I do not believe that cannabis is a riskless drug, I do believe our state is better off developing a well-regulated market for cannabis.”
"It is not possible to predict where and to what degree outbreaks of the coronavirus will disrupt travel patterns," the company, whose brands include Priceline and Kayak, said.
Prior to joining the FAF, Auchincloss was general counsel and secretary for Commonfund.
Gov. Ned Lamont has announced plans to bond $200 million this year in place of the tolls income – something that Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano likened to his party’s Prioritize Progress plan. Introduced in 2015, that plan involved borrowing $700 million annually.
According to owner and Norwalk resident Greer Fredericks, the move is part of a plan to potentially open a chain of Peaches throughout New York City.
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.