Ansonia knows what an asset Public Works Superintendent Mike D’Alessio has been and soon the entire state will know, too. D’Alessio, who has helped save the city more than $100,000 since coming onboard two years ago, will be featured in CCM's statewide magazine showcasing his cost-cutting measures and love for turning one man’s trash into another man’s treasure.
The three communities seeking more than $5 million in supplemental vehicle tax payments from the state will have to take their argument to the legislature. In a Jan. 3 letter to Office of Policy and Management Secretary Ben Barnes, the mayors of Bridgeport, Hamden, and Torrington asked that the state release $5 million in supplemental motor vehicle tax payments that it decided to hold back in November.
Join us for this session in Farmington, where you will identify funding sources to match your needs; develop collaborative writing skills and persuasive writing styles; recognize goals and objectives, and activities and assessments to support those goals and objectives; learn valuable tips and strategies for successful grant awards; and collect grant resource information.
Now that legislators have reversed cutbacks — through June 30 — to a popular health care program for seniors and the disabled, they face two more pressing questions. What should happen to that health care program — the Medicare Savings Program — and other popular items that are again slated for reductions starting July 1?
Gov. Malloy said that $4.3 billion in state transportation projects will be postponed indefinitely if the General Assembly fails to quickly appropriate more money. The projects at risk include replacing the Hartford I-84 viaduct, widening of I-95 from Bridgeport to Stamford, and revamping the Waterbury I-84 mix-master. Maintenance and transportation funds for municipalities would also be affected.