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State Rep. Zawistowski Welcomes American Cladding Technologies to East Granby

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Pictured (L-R): State Representative Tami Zawistowski (R-61), President & CEO Dave Hudson, Chairman Michael Francoeur, East Granby First Selectman Jim Hayden.

EAST GRANBY – State Representative Tami Zawistowski (R-61) recently presented a citation from the Connecticut General Assembly in recognition of the grand opening of American Cladding Technologies.  In 2017, American Cladding Technologies became a subsidiary of Joining Industries and moved to a new 20,000-square foot facility at 15 International Drive in East Granby, CT. The larger facility enables the company to expand its capacity and staffing, and to continue delivering technological advances in the industry.

House Republican Budget Proposal

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I, along with my House Republican colleagues, recently released a budget proposal to tackle Connecticut’s looming $5.1 billion deficit over the next biennium. The budget includes no tax increases, no tolls and does not reduce state aid to municipalities.

To learn more about the proposal, please review the links below:

Policy Changes
Revenue
Budget Accounts
Municipal Aid
Concessions

Now, we will join the Democrats and Governor Malloy at the negotiating table to come up with a final budget plan that can pass both the House and Senate.

If you have any questions regarding the budget proposal, or any other aspect of state government, please feel free to reach out to me at Tami.Zawistowski@housegop.ct.gov or call (860) 240-8700.

Zawistowski, Storms Applaud New Animal Center in Suffield

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Pictured (L-R): State Rep. Scott Storms (R-60), State Rep. Tami Zawistowski (R-61), State Representative Prasad Srinivasan (R-31¬), Chris Hill of Blue Moon Design LLC., Dr. Mohan Sachdev and Suffield First Selectman Melissa Mack.

SUFFIELD – State Representatives Tami Zawistowski (R-61) and Scott Storms recently joined members of the community for a ribbon cutting ceremony in celebration of the grand opening of River Valley Animal Center in Suffield.

The 15,178 square foot state-of-the-art facility features 93 kennel runs, hospital exam rooms, a CT scan room, MRI exam room, procedure rooms, treatment rooms, as well as a waiting room and reception area.  The facility also features heated floors and two outdoor play area courtyards so that no animals will be outside of the building footprint.

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