Rep. Wood Supports Green Building Legislation


Rep. Wood stood in favor of critical Green Building legislation today – important for a couple of key reasons.

Wood noted that it is vitally important that we reduce our use of carbon based fuels and learn to be more efficient in how we consume energy.  That includes learning more about the psychological benefits to home and buildings built with sensitivity to our natural environment. Read More →

Rep. Wood Congratulates MMS Students on House Floor


Rep. Terrie Wood joined First Selectman Jayme Stevenson in celebrating MMS students Ryan Blatney and William Harper Friday, June 3rd, at the Capitol.
They were winners in the Eesmarts Essay contest — energy education learning initiative exploring how to use less energy in our homes to benefit our environment.



During today’s session of the House, State Representatives Terrie Wood (R-141) voted to advance legislation they cosponsored aimed at helping curb the opioid addiction and overdose epidemic facing the state.

“The far-reaching tragedy of opioid abuse and overdose has a tremendous impact nationwide, and nowhere more so than right in our state and our communities,” said Rep. Wood.  “It has left broken lives and shattered families in its wake.  The bill we advanced today won’t end that, but it does take important and significant steps toward changing the way we prescribe opioid medications in this state, and how they are dispensed.  One of the keys to stemming this crisis is to minimize the opportunities for these medications to be abused, and to keep them from the hands of those who would exploit or abuse them.” Read More →

Wood to Hold Post-Session Town Hall Meetings in Darien and Rowayton


Rep. Terrie Wood will be conducting three Post-Session Town Hall Meetings in Darien and Rowayton following the inclusion of the 2017 Legislative Session.  Details are below.

Wood, Norwalk Legislators to Hold Post-Session Town Hall


Rep. Terrie Wood will join Reps. Gail Lavielle and Fred Wilms for a post-session Town Hall in Norwalk. Details below.