The Senior Center has been chosen to take part in an effort to relieve social isolation for seniors. Director Amy Saada said Cromwell is one of only nine towns nationally to be chosen by the National Council on Aging and Airbnb.
CT cities and towns have spent 26.8 million battling COVID-19 and expect that total to reach $62.3 million by July. On the other side of the ledger, towns project losing $406.6 million in revenues as a result of the coronavirus.
Due to concerns over COVID-19, CCM has postponed all of our on-site workshops through at least June. We continue to schedule webinars on a variety of topics during this time. Please check back here for updates.
As elected leaders and health officials continue the work of controlling COVID-19 infections, state and town numbers-crunchers and grants writers have been cataloging receipts, compiling databases, and drafting justifications for FEMA and other federal reimbursements.
House Republican leaders are trying to convince their Democratic colleagues to sign a petition to start a special session, while Senate Republican Leader Len Fasano is pushing Gov. Ned Lamont for more information about the consultant he hired in May