Community gardens are popping up and farmer’s markets a filled with local produce all summer and fall The City of Bristol Department of Public Works and Board of Education are bringing this essential skill back to school with “Bristol Gardens – A Work of Heart.”
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is again asking lawmakers to give it the power to stop the intentional feeding of potentially dangerous animals on private property.
State officials warn that feeding bears, coyotes, foxes, or bobcats can lead to violent confrontations between humans and animals.
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While state officials remain hopeful that government coffers will continue to swell, a new federal forecast warns Connecticut’s economy is poised to slip over the next six months. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia identified nine states at risk of contraction by mid-2020, the most in more than a decade.
The state’s budget director has asked all agency heads to identify areas of spending that can be cut and minimize the number of new hires made as Connecticut faces a projected multimillion-dollar deficit to end the fiscal year. Office of Policy and Management Secretary Melissa McCaw wrote to all state agency heads, telling them to review their spending for the remainder of the year.