The students are with Hartford Communities That Care Leadership Academy and Program Director Edward Brown III asked them Saturday to speak about their experience in Newtown at the March for Our Lives event. Joshua Fee and Dayzra Bournes were the two youth from the group that got to address hundreds of people gathered in Newtown that day.
Lamont has proposed expanding — over three years — the $200 state income tax credit that offsets a portion of middle-income households’ local property tax burdens. The base credit would grow from $200 to $300 while “targeted relief” would provide an average benefit of nearly $700.
Join us for this new session in Newtown on September 27th. At this workshop you will learn the difference between education and engagement, learn tips to using social media to engage residents, and hear about various municipal recycling enforcement programs.
Connecticut was not lashed by cyclonic winds or swamped with flash floods. But the state staggered under the weight of thousands from Puerto Rico who journeyed to Connecticut, hoping to find some relief among relatives or civic groups and churches.
More than 300 bridges in Connecticut — carrying 4.3 million vehicles daily — are structurally deficient and in need of repair or replacement, according to a new report. A structurally deficient designation means there is significant deterioration to major components of the bridge, but doesn't mean the structure is unsafe to use.