Better Manchester is the official publication of the Town of Manchester and Manchester Public Schools, and is run by the town’s Department of Leisure, Family, and Recreation. The magazine was developed in response to a recommendation from the Children, Youth and Family Master Plan at a time when the nation was reeling from an economic crash.
CT will begin the decennial Census this March. Federal infrastructure, education, and public safety funding; representation in Congress and the state legislature; and even economic development all rely on the data collected. That is why CCM has created a plan of action to help towns and cities make sure every resident is counted.
Join us in Brooklyn for this session on Long Term Care. In this workshop you will learn about the Connecticut Partnership for Long Term Care Program and how it can help you protect your assets should you need long term care; learn about important decisions to make before buying long term care insurance; and more!
As CT once again debates legalizing recreational marijuana, Gov. Ned Lamont’s proposed plan would build upon the state’s successful medical marijuana program and work with New York, Rhode Island and New Jersey to create a “tightly controlled and regulated market.” The earliest start for legalization in the bill is July 1, 2022.
The board of the CT Port Authority unanimously has approved a $157 million dollar redevelopment plan to transform State Pier into a staging area for the offshore wind industry. Gov. Lamont and the principals involved in negotiating the public-private redevelopment said it sets up New London and the state as key players in the burgeoning offshore wind industry.