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Reps. Harrison, Callahan, DEEP and Audubon Society Urge Residents to Take Down Birdfeeders as Bear Activity Increases

Posted on April 10, 2024

Residents Reminded to Discourage Bears’ Bad Behaviors and Be Bear Aware

As much as we’d all like to have a friend like Paddington Bear, State Representatives Cindy Harrison (R-69) and Pat Callahan (R-108) yesterday joined members of the National Audubon Society and Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) in Southbury to remind Connecticut residents to remove birdfeeders to eliminate one source of human-bear interactions.

With black bears emerging from their dens with the warmer spring

CT DoAg Funds 21 Agricultural Enhancement Grant Projects, Including Southbury

Posted on April 1, 2024

Connecticut Department of Agriculture (CT DoAg) Awards Funds to 21 Agricultural Enhancement Grant Projects Totaling $531,165

The Connecticut Department of Agriculture announced the 2024 Agricultural Enhancement Grant Program (previously known as the Farm Viability Grant) awarded more than $531,000 to fund 21 projects received from Connecticut municipalities, groups of municipalities, regional councils of governments, and/or agricultural non-profit organizations for projects that directly impact or

New Milford Delegation Helps Perform Traffic Audits on Route 7

Posted on March 28, 2024

Photo: State Representative Bill Buckbee, Pat Callahan, State Sen. Stephen Harding, State Rep. Cindy Harrison, listen to remarks from FHI Studio’s Marcy Miller, senior project manager, prior to touring Route 7.

The New Milford Delegation of State Representatives Bill Buckbee (R-67), Pat Callahan (R-108), Cindy Harrison (R-69), and Republican Senate Leader Stephen Harding (R-30), helped conduct a safety audit of Route 7 (Danbury Road). In addition to state lawmakers, New Milford’s Mayor Pete Bass,