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Honoring Our Veterans

Posted on November 10, 2020 by agallagher


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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Every year we commemorate November 11th as Veterans Day, a day to honor all those who have served and those that made the ultimate sacrifice.

Originally known as Armistice Day, Veterans Day began when an armistice between Allied nations and Germany took effect on the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month in 1918. Seven months later, World War I would officially cease with the Treaty of Versailles on June 28, 1919. Twenty years later (1938), November

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Capitol Update: Phase 3 Begins

Posted on October 9, 2020 by agallagher


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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Phase 3 of Governor Lamont’s plan in reopening Connecticut after Covid-19 shuttered businesses, restaurants, schools, and places of worship alike to a halt began this week.

In Phase 3 we’ll see an increase in permissible numbers for gatherings — indoor and out; as well as, increased capacities for businesses. All are required to continue to abide by Covid-19 mask and social-distancing regulations.

 

 

This week, Governor Lamont also signed Executive Order 9F, officially

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Latest Update from Tropical Storm Isaias

Posted on August 6, 2020 by agallagher


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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

My office has been in contact with both United Illuminating and Eversource – regarding the state-wide outages after Isaias.  Below are updates provided by both companies.

United Illuminating (UI) is assessing the damage with prioritization on debris removal, municipal priority locations (each town has 10 priority locations), and larger outages. Each town will have two dedicated crews to working to secure hazards by clearing the debris, fallen trees, and downed wires.

As

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