Rep. Hall Sworn In for Second Term

Posted on January 11, 2019 by admin


HARTFORD- State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) took the oath-of-office for her second term representing the 59th General Assembly District which includes portions of Enfield and East Windsor.

“I am honored to serve the people of Enfield and East Windsor for another term in the General Assembly,” said Rep. Hall. “Job creation, balancing our state budget and making Connecticut more affordable are my priorities this session. I am looking forward to taking on a leadership role on the Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee as the ranking member to move forward with job training, apprenticeship programs and growing our local manufacturing economy. In Enfield we have a shining jewel in Asnuntuck Community College that has a state-of-the-art manufacturing program that has continued to grow and expand with huge success stories with local employment and job placement after graduation”.

Rep. Hall will begin a new role as the highest ranking House Republican on the Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee and will serve on the budget-writing Appropriations Committee and the Public Safety Committee.

The 2019 Legislative Session will run for a five month period from January 9th to June 5th. Rep. Hall can be reached at or 860-240-8700.


Hearing Regarding Nutmeg Solar Project Jan. 10th

Posted on January 7, 2019 by admin


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

A public hearing has been announced regarding the proposed Nutmeg Solar project. It will be held at the Enfield Town Hall (820 Enfield Street) in the Council Chambers on Thursday, January 10th, the evidentiary session begins at 3:00 p.m. and public comment opens at 6:30 p.m.



Applying for Crumbling Foundation Reimbursements

Posted on January 4, 2019 by admin


Dear Neighbors,

The not-for-profit captive insurance company, created to help homeowners with a crumbling foundation, will begin accepting applications for assistance on January 10th.

All potentially affected homeowners and prospective home buyers are highly encouraged to review the guidelines and frequently asked questions on the captive insurance company’s website:

Though paper and in-person applications will be accepted, the Capitol Region Council of Governments is urging homeowners to file online so that applications can be electronically time-stamped to assign homeowners a place in line. For more information on how to apply click here.

If you have any questions, it is best to contact the captive insurance company directly at the website above.


Carol Hall State Representative 59th Assembly District