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PURA Announces Eversource Hearing

Posted on August 11, 2020 by cthomas


The state’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) has scheduled a public hearing for Monday, August 24, beginning at 10:00 a.m. This hearing is in response to PURA’s recent approval of Eversource’s request to increase its delivery rate. Between work-from-home orders and hot summer weather, customer rates were bound to be high. Raising rates on top of all this was not the right thing to do.

The hearing will take place over Zoom. PURA officials will be questioning Eversource representatives

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Coronavirus Informational Links

Posted on March 16, 2020 by admin


As new information continues to come out regarding the Coronavirus and elected leaders at all levels of government work to get their residents the most up-to-date information, this web page has been set up to provide important federal, state, and local links for the residents of the 105th district.  If you have any questions that you do not find answers to, please reach out to my office and we will do our best to get you the information or direct you to the proper department.

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Rep. Klarides-Ditria, Medical Professionals Urge Lawmakers to Pass Legislation to Keep Student Athletes Safe

Posted on March 10, 2020 by admin


HARTFORD – State Representative Nicole Klarides-Ditria ATC/L joined Dr. Sam Scarneo-Miller ATC/L and Dr. Eleni Diakogeorgiou ATC/L at the State Capitol on Monday to urge lawmakers to pass legislation that seeks to protect student-athletes.

The bill, House Bill 5439, would require schools to establish emergency action plans (EAPs) for responding to a serious or potentially fatal sports-related injury.

Rep. Klarides-Ditria ATC/L, who is also a full-time Athletic Trainer at Lauralton Hall, said in her written testimony, “EAPs are crucial and necessary for all schools who sponsor interscholastic athletic activity as a first line of defense for catastrophic injuries. With these types of injuries, seconds count and wasted time spent on panicked indecision can change outcomes. Schools need a solid plan that provides information so the associated staff can respond to an emergency rapidly and appropriately, while remaining controlled and precise.”

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