In late February, the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) opened the Walk Bridge Welcome Center in Norwalk. The Welcome Center, located on the first floor of the Lock Building at 20 Marshall Street in South Norwalk, will serve as a central location for the Norwalk community to engage with the Walk Bridge Program.
After unveiling a diverse and potentially painful array of recommendations to revitalize Connecticut, the Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth challenged legislators and others to accept it en masse. Cities and towns took that challenge to heart. CCM endorsed the full report, arguing it offers more long-term benefits for the state and its communities.
Join us for this session, where you will learn the answers to some touch questions. Can you accept gifts? Can a municipal CEO hire or appoint a family member? Be sure to bring your own questions to the workshop.
After facing Connecticut’s third nor’easter in less than two weeks, municipalities reminded state officials Wednesday that strained local snow removal budgets badly need overdue state aid. But the prospects of any immediate release of the stalled $30 million in Town Aid Road grants seemed dim, given that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the legislature still have no agreement.
As thousands of high school students protested Congress’s lack of action on gun safety measures a month after the Parkland high school mass shooting, the House on Wednesday approved spending additional money for training to recognize mental health issues, threat reporting systems, and security equipment.