State Bonding Commission Agenda Includes Grant-in-Aid for Addison Park

Posted on May 31, 2024

The State Bonding Commission is scheduled take action on a $325,000 grant-in-aid to the Town of Glastonbury for renovations and improvements to Addison Park at their next meeting on Friday, June 7th.

For a look at these and other bonding agenda items, click here.

House Republican Initiative to Establish a Fallen Officer Fund, Signed Into Law

Posted on May 21, 2024

As a former police officer, I know the brotherhood that comes with putting on the uniform and the dedication each of our law enforcement officers have to protecting and serving our residents.

This session I was proud to stand in support of Public Act 24-27, a House Republican initiative recently signed into law, that establishes a Fallen Officers Fund. Under the worst circumstances imaginable, this fund will aid the families of a law enforcement officer tragically killed in the line of duty by providing

DOT to Replace and Upgrade All Existing Pedestrian and School Crossing Signs at Uncontrolled Intersections

Posted on May 14, 2024

The Department of Transportation is developing plans to replace and upgrade all existing pedestrian and school crossing signs at uncontrolled intersections in Glastonbury.
According to DOT, many of the pedestrian and school crossing signs are close to the end of their usable life. Replacing these signs with new, more retroreflective signs is critical for visibility and safety of pedestrians on State Roadways. The project is scheduled to begin construction in the Spring of 2025.
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