Posted on July 3, 2018 by admin
HARTFORD- State Representative William A. Petit, Jr. (R-22) achieved a perfect record for votes cast on the floor of the state House of Representatives during the 2018 legislative session.
Representative Petit was present and voted for all 317 votes taken on the state House floor during the 2018 session, according to voting record data released last week by the House Clerk’s Office.
“The residents of the 22nd district have entrusted me with the privilege of representing their voice in Hartford and I am proud to say that I have done so this year on every issue that was called for debate by the legislature,” said Rep. Petit, whose district includes Plainville and the western edge of New Britain. “I take my legislative responsibility very seriously, and my voting record proudly reflects my commitment to representing my constituents to the best of my ability.”
Representative Petit serves on the Appropriations, Public Health, and Commerce Committees in the General Assembly.
For an overview of legislation passed this year, visit the Office of Legislative Research website: www.cga.ct.gov/olr.
Posted on July 2, 2018 by admin
Plainville – State Rep. William A. Petit, Jr. (R-22) and State Sen. Henri Martin (R-31) presented two boxes of worn American flags to Plainville’s American Legion Post 33 for proper retirement on Flag Day (June 14), where the flags were disposed of during a formal ceremony. The worn flags were turned in by local residents during a collection event hosted by the legislators earlier this month.
Per the American Legion, the Ceremony for Disposal of Unserviceable Flags is outlined in Resolution No. 440, passed by the 19th National Convention of The American Legion in New York, Sept. 20-23, 1937. The ceremony has been an integral part of American Legion ritual since that date.
Anyone who missed the collection event may contact the American Legion Post 33 at (860)747-9074 for further information on turning in their worn or tattered American Flags, so that they may be properly retired.
Photo Caption: Pictured L-R: State Rep. William A. Petit, Jr., Katherine Pavano, American Legion Post #33 Auxillary 2nd Vice, Philip Povano, Sr., Member-American Legion Post #33, Dan Kulas, Member-American Legion Post #33, and Carl Dubois, Member-American Legion Post #33.
Posted on June 4, 2018 by admin
Doctors and their teams from nearly 450 Aspen Dental-branded practices across 37 states are opening their doors exclusively to veterans as part of their annual Day of Service on Saturday, June 9. Thousands of veterans will receive free dental care as Aspen’s way of thanking them for their service.
An estimated 191,607 veterans live in Connecticut, and most don’t receive dental benefits through the Veterans Administration. Appointments for Day of Service are still available, so please help us get the word out to veterans in your community.
More About Aspen Dental’s Healthy Mouth Movement
The Healthy Mouth Movement (HMM) was launched in 2014 and since that time has provided free dental care to veterans in need in communities across the U.S. In fact, more than 17,000 patients in 37 states have received over $10 million in free dental care through the program thanks to the generosity of dentists and team members from Aspen Dental practices.