Rep. Cummings, Sen. Markley to Host Pizza and Conversation

Posted on July 10, 2018 by admin


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State Representative Stephanie Cummings (R-74) and State Senator Joe Markley (R-16) look forward to meeting with constituents on Monday, July 30th  for Pizza and Conversation at the Waterbury Senior Center from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The lawmakers invite constituents to share their concerns and ideas, and to ask questions about the recently ended 2018 legislative session and the upcoming 2019 session.

This event is free and open to Waterbury citizens.

The Waterbury Senior Center is located at 1985 East Main St., in Waterbury.

East Mountain Park Community Cleanup Day, July 21

Posted on July 3, 2018 by admin


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State Representative Stephanie Cummings (R-74), along with the East Mountain Neighborhood Association and District 4 Aldermen Michael DiGiovancarlo, Jetlir Kulla and George Noujaim, are co-hosting an East Mountain Park Community Cleanup Day on Saturday, July 21, 2018, between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Volunteers are asked to meet in the parking lot before fanning out to pick up debris and spruce up the grounds.  Gloves and bags will be provided but volunteers are asked to bring any gardening tools they would like to use during the cleanup.

The park entrance is located on East Mountain Road in Waterbury. Hot dogs, hamburgers and soda will be provided to volunteers after the cleanup.

This event is free and open to the public and volunteers are encouraged to drop in for a few minutes or to stay for the entire event.

What: East Mountain Park Community Cleanup Day

When: Saturday, July 21st, 8-11 a.m.

Where: East Mountain Park

 

Rep. Cummings Achieves 100% Voting Record

Posted on June 29, 2018 by admin


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For the second straight year, State Representative Stephanie Cummings (R-74) achieved a perfect one-hundred-percent voting record during the 2018 Legislative Session according to statistics compiled by the House Clerk’s Office.

This year, Rep. Cummings cast her vote on 317 separate pieces of legislation that made it to the floor of the House of Representatives during the regular and veto sessions.  Perfect attendance is a very difficult thing to achieve, with only about 20% of legislators able to do so in any given year.  This is the second time Rep. Cummings has achieved the distinction, her second year as a first-term legislator.

“I know the people of the district put their trust in me to represent them at the Capitol and being present for every vote is as important to me as it is to them,”   Rep. Cummings said. “I’m proud to represent the East End and East Mountain, and will continue to work with my colleagues to pass bills that move our city and state forward.

“This year, with strong support from the entire Waterbury delegation, we passed legislation to add Waterbury to the Youth Violence Initiative Grant program to help bolster community programs to provide more positive alternatives for the youth of our city.”

Cummings, who represents the 74th district in the General Assembly, is a first-term Republican lawmaker who serves on the legislature’s powerful Judiciary Committee, and also serves on the Government Administration and Elections Committee and the Public Health Committee.

The next regular session of the legislature will convene in January, 2019.