Monthly Archive for September, 2011

: September, 2011

Majority Dems sense political issue more than a week after tropical storm; call for hearings

Here’s the release from majority Democrats, issued the better part of a week after Rep. Kim Fawcett, D-Fairfield, called for legislative hearings into the response to Tropical Storm Irene: After
Categories: General

What do you me WE? Malloy’s office sustains the smallest cut of $135 million

The list of unilateral cuts just released by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy includes a whopping $7,110 sacrifice from his office, the smallest among more than 100 line items reduced. Shared Sacrifice?

As September 11 anniversary gets closer, Gov. Malloy plans to save $400,000 in “reduced” security measures at state offices

Nestled in the list of $135 million in budget cuts released a few minutes ago by the governor’s office, is a $400,000 reduction in security costs in the Department of Administrative Services, which

Speaker of the House Chris Donovan will tour 5th District to officially announce Congressional candidacy

It’s not exactly a secret that Speaker of the House Chris Donovan, the veteran Meriden Democrat, is looking to fill the seat in the U.S. House of Representatives that will be vacated by Rep. Chris

Who’s more astute at PR than Gov. Dan Malloy? State parks, beaches free Friday through Monday

Malloy ordered the freebies through the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. For those without power, you might want to check ahead to see if your park of choice has showers.

Bethel, New Milford. among statewide locations where residents should boil water

Here’s the list of neighborhoods where the Department of Public Health recommends boiling water before drinking it Ashford Hills Associates, LLC, Ashford • Woodlawn Apartments, LLC, Ashford • Mar-Lea