STRATFORD- State Representatives Christopher Davis and Carol Hall will be ringing the bell for the annual Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign on Tuesday, December 5th from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Walmart, 44 Prospect Hill Rd, East Windsor.
Funds donated will help the Salvation Army provide basic social services to those in need of food, shelter, clothing and financial assistance. Walmart will be matching donations up to $25,000 statewide.
HARTFORD – The state of Connecticut is opening its application process for eligible homeowners with a crumbling foundation to apply to receive reimbursement for the testing of the concrete at their homes said state Rep. Christopher Davis (R-57) on Wednesday.
“This is just the start of getting homeowners the help and funding they deserve,” said State Rep. Christopher Davis. “We are starting to gain momentum and support from lawmakers and stakeholders from across the state that see this issue as not a local issue but one that impacts all Connecticut residents. I will continue to work with homeowners to make sure we are doing everything possible to help them through this awful situation.”
Under the program, homeowners are eligible for a 50 percent reimbursement – up to $2,000 – for the testing of two core samples within their homes. Homeowners who have visual testing conducted by a licensed professional engineer are eligible for a 100 percent reimbursement – up to $400. The homes must have been built after 1983 and be located within a 20-mile radius of the J.J. Mottes Concrete Company in Stafford Springs. The program, which is being funded by state bonding, will run until December 31, 2020 or until the funding has been expended, whichever is earlier.
The eligibility requirements outlined by the Connecticut Department of Housing for the program are as follows:
HARTFORD – The Connecticut Farm Bureau presented State Rep. Christopher Davis (R-57) with their 2017 Legislative Leadership Award on Friday, November 17th, for his support and dedication to the Connecticut Agriculture community.
Rep. Davis, the Ranking Member of the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee, said the Connecticut Agriculture Industry plays a major role in Connecticut’s economy.
“I am proud to represent a community with a number of family-owned farms that are successful,” added Rep. Davis. “Our Agriculture Industry in Connecticut employees thousands of people and provides millions with fresh, clean produce and dairy. I look forward to continuing to work with our farmers to make sure their industry thrives and grows, and their voice is heard in Hartford.”