Posted on May 29, 2020 by hbrooks
Gov. Lamont Releases “Roadmap for Reopening Connecticut”
In a press update earlier this week, Governor Lamont released a “Roadmap for Reopening Connecticut” document with details on Phases 2 & 3 of the state’s reopening strategy, as well as a progress report on the state’s reopening criteria (e.g. testing capacity, Personal Protective Equipment availability, etc.).
To access the document, please click here.
Barbershops and Hair Salons to Reopen on June 1
After delaying the initial reopening date,…
Posted on May 23, 2020 by hbrooks
Each May, Monroe and Newtown come together to honor the heroic sacrifice of the men and women in uniform who died in service to our nation. We celebrate their lives with ceremonies, parades, and gatherings in observance of our shared belief in freedom and democracy for all. It is a solemn yet hopeful display of patriotism in our perpetual quest for a better and brighter future.
This year, amid a new challenge we face together, we will not commemorate this national holiday with due pomp and circumstance;…
Posted on May 22, 2020 by hbrooks
Emergency Unemployment Letters Mailed to Potential Claimants
The Department of Labor (DOL) announced yesterday that it will begin mailing instruction letters today to approximately 77,000 individuals who have been identified as potentially eligible to apply for 13 weeks of emergency extended unemployment benefits. This Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) is a federal program that extends the 26 weeks of regular state unemployment insurance (UI) to 39 weeks.
Approximately 65,000 letters…
Posted on May 21, 2020 by hbrooks
I hope you are safe and healthy. I am writing with an update on the state’s phased reopening plan and a notice from the Dept. of Transportation of plans for traffic signal revisions in Monroe.
Gov. Lamont Releases New Details of State’s Phased Reopening Plan
At his daily press conference yesterday, Governor Lamont released new details of the state’s phased reopening plan that extends through the summer. The plan proceeds in three phases: Phase 1, which took effect yesterday; Phase 2, which will take…
Posted on May 20, 2020 by hbrooks
With today’s reopening of many business sectors across the state, numerous state agencies have put out resources and rules for businesses and patrons to reference. Below, you will find links to many of these guidances, along with some general resources you may find helpful as you navigate the state’s phased reopening.
Department of Agriculture (DoAG)
Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD)