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Northcentral Lawmakers Host Forum to Address Juvenile Justice Reform

Posted on November 30, 2021


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SUFFIELD – A regional Juvenile Justice Forum was held at Suffield Middle School on Monday evening. The event was co-hosted by several area legislators including State Reps. Carol Hall (R-Enfield), Tami Zawistowski (R-East Granby), Mark Anderson (R-Granby),  and Craig Fishbein (R-Wallingford), as well as State Sen. John Kissel (R-Enfield). The Ranking Member of the legislature’s Judiciary Committee, Rep. Craig Fishbein, delivered a presentation that detailed years of legislative reform that has resulted

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Lawmakers to Host North Central Juvenile Justice Forum

Posted on November 24, 2021


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HARTFORD – On Monday, November 29, State Representatives Carol Hall (R-Enfield), Tami Zawistowski (R-East Granby), and Mark Anderson (R-Granby) will be joined by State Sen. John Kissel (R-Enfield) for a Juvenile Justice Informational Forum at Suffield Middle School.

The forum will begin at 6:00 p.m. and will focus on a discussion of the escalation of juvenile crime and specific legislative proposals to help stop that trend. There will also be an opportunity for those in attendance to ask questions

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Rep. Hall Urges Bonding Commission Approve Grants for Two Capital Projects in East Windsor

Posted on July 19, 2021


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HARTFORD – State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) is urging the Bonding Commission to approve two municipal grants-in-aid for the Town of East Windsor during their next virtual meeting scheduled for Friday.

The grants will be used for the removal of the existing outlet structure and replacing it with a new outlet and intake structure in East Windsor Park and a culvert replacement at Chestnut Brook.

Under these grants, East Windsor is expected to receive $1.31 million to be used toward the completion

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