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Klarides to Help Fill Kettles, Continues Holiday Tradition

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Stop by and visit House Republican Leader Themis Klarides at three locations as she continues her tradition of supporting The Salvation Army’s effort to help others during the holiday season. Here are the locations and times that will see Representative Klarides help fill the Salvation Army’s red kettles :

Tuesday, Dec. 12
Amity Stop & Shop
112 Amity Road, Woodbridge
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec. 20
Walgreens
54 Boston Post Road, Orange
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 16
Stop & Shop
15 Franklin St., Seymour
2 to 3 p.m.

House GOP Leader Klarides Discusses Gov’s Budget Sabotage on “Talk of Connecticut”

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House Republican Leader Themis Klarides on Wednesday joined Talk of Connecticut radio hots Dan Lovallo and Brad Davis to talk about recent state budget developments, particularly Gov. Malloy’s recent cuts to cities and towns. Listen to the segment here:

WTNH 8 Report: DMV announces plan for new license service center in West Haven

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The state’s Department of Motor Vehicles has announced a new license service center at City Hall in West Haven. Check out this news report from WTNH Channel 8:

DMV announces plan for new license service center in West Haven

(WTNH / Tina Detelj)

WEST HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– The DMV has plans to make it easier for you to renew your driver’s license and ID cards. West Haven officials say with this new license service center, they will be able to process 1,500 claims a week, which they hope can provide some relief to drivers frustrated with long lines and wait times.

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Klarides Calls for Swift Action to Restore Malloy Cuts

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HARTFORD – The legislature should re-convene in a special session to restore millions in aid to towns that Gov. Malloy punitively cut last week, House Republican Leader Themis Klarides said today.

She said that the legislature may also have to deal with a growing deficit before the next regular session, the byproduct of years of Democratic controlled state government and two failed SEBAC union agreements, passed without any Republican votes.

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