Rep. Bronko Shares a Day in the Life of a Lawmaker During Career Day at Naugatuck Elementary School

Posted on April 5, 2024

NAUGATUCK – Should the legislature change the official insect from a praying mantis to a butterfly or even a dragonfly? That was the question Rep. Seth Bronko, R-Naugatuck, had for first graders at Maple Hill Elementary School during his presentation for Career Day. And the class’s decision may surprise you.

Rep. Bronko had the chance to talk to to several classes about his work in Hartford, how a bill becomes a law, and a recent debate about changing the state insect. Each student had a chance

Rep. Bronko and Naugatuck Delegation Announce More than $5.7 Million in Funding for Naugatuck’s Rubber Avenue Corridor

Posted on March 14, 2024

HARTFORD, CT – Today, state Senators Joan Hartley and Jorge Cabrera, state Representatives Seth Bronko and David Labriola, and Naugatuck Mayor N. Warren “Pete” Hess III announced that significant funds have been approved by the board of the Community Investment Fund 2030 to aid in the redevelopment of Naugatuck’s Rubber Avenue Corridor.

The more than $5.7 million in state funding for the “Rubber Avenue Corridor Revitalization” will transform the Rubber Avenue Corridor by investing in infrastructure

Rep. Bronko Serves as Guest Reader for Read Across America Week in Naugatuck

Posted on March 13, 2024

NAUGATUCK –Rep. Seth Bronko, R-Naugatuck, recently visited several area schools as a guest reader for Read Across America week where he helped promote literacy and the joy of reading among students.

Rep. Bronko visited Maple Hill Elementary School and Hop Brook Elementary School for Read Across America week where he read “One Vote, Two Votes, I Vote, You Vote,” by Dr. Seuss to Mrs. Bisson’s first-grade class, Mrs. Thurston’s third-grade class and Mrs. Lisa Taft’s third-grade class.

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