Eversource Earns National Recognition for Connecticut Multifamily Energy Efficiency Initiative

Submitted by Mitch Gross, Eversource. BERLIN, Conn. (January 16, 2019) – Multifamily property owners across Connecticut are always looking for ways to reduce expenses, and that includes energy costs. In recognition of their efforts to help these customers better manage their energy, Eversource was recognized today by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) with […]

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Middlesex Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast to be Held on Jan. 18, 2019

Submitted by Michael Fallon. (Middletown, CT.)  Chairman Jay Polke of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce announced that the chamber’s 2019 Legislative Breakfast will be held on Friday, January 18, 2019. This event will begin at 8:00 a.m. and will be held at the Courtyard By Marriott (4 Sebethe Drive, Cromwell, CT 06416). The 2019 Legislative […]

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Christine Palm to Be Sworn in Jan. 9, 2019; Will Begin Holiding Listening Sessions Immediately After

Submitted by Christine Palm. (Dec. 29, 2018) — CHESTER, CT. — Christine Palm, State Representative-Elect for the 36th District (covering the towns of Chester, Deep River, Essex and Haddam) will take the Oath of Office on Wed., Jan. 9, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the State Capitol. Palm is one of 151 members of the […]

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Norm Needleman is Appointed to Leadership Roles on Two Key State Senate Committees

Submitted by Norm Needleman. (Dec. 31, 2018) — State Senator Elect Norm Needleman (D-Essex) today announced that he has been appointed Senate Chair of the Energy & Technology Committee, and Senate Vice Chair of the Banking Committee. “The towns in our district have gained a leadership presence in policy development for finance, technology, and energy […]

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Rep. Siegrist Rings Bell for Salvation Army

Submitted by Alicia Mucha, Press Secretary, House Republican Office. DEEP RIVER –State Representative Robert Siegrist (R-36) joined the Salvation Army’s annual “Red Kettle Campaign” on December 10, 2018 outside of Walgreens in Deep River. Over the course of an hour, Rep. Siegrist participated in the time honored tradition of “Ringing the Bell” as he greeted holiday […]

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Election Day 2018 Results for Haddam & Killingworth

These are unofficial results from the polling stations on the evening of November 6, 2018 (* denotes declared winners): #1  Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to ensure (1) that all moneys contained in the Special Transportation Fund be used solely for transportation purposes, including the payment of debts of the state incurred […]

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CT Senate 33rd District Recount Notice

Attention Haddam Voters Due to the close vote for Senate District 33 State Senator Candidates (Norman Needleman D, and Melissa Ziobron R,) there will be a recanvass (recount) of all ballots from Districts 001, 002, 003 including absentee ballots and Election Day Registration (EDR) ballots. The recount will take place on Sunday, November 18, 2018 […]

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Courtney gives late October update

submitted 10/26/18 Construction Progress Continues on New England Central Rail TIGER Grant Project This week I had the chance to stop in Stafford to check-in on construction progress along the New England Central Railroad (NECR). In 2014, I helped secure a U.S Department of Transportation TIGER Grant which is being used to upgrade the rail […]

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Crumbling Foundations – A MAJOR Development

From the Office of Joe Courtney, 10/19/18 Courtney and Larson Announce Major Development for Crumbling Foundations On Tuesday, Congressman John Larson and I announced a brand-new tax clarification from the IRS which will provide relief for middle-class homeowners with crumbling foundations. The IRS clarification will allow homeowners to “carry forward” or “carry back” a net […]

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Update from Joe Courtney, 10/12/18

Courant Writer Receives Award for Work on Crumbling Foundations On Tuesday, the Hartford Courant’s Carolyn Lumsden was awarded the 2018 Pulliam editorial fellowship to research the crisis of crumbling foundations in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Lumsden will do a comparative case analysis with our neighbors in Canada to assess how they handled a similar issue involving […]

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