Glastonbury Citizen Column – MARCH 2023

Posted on March 20, 2023

Last week, I joined my fellow Glastonbury House colleagues Jill Barry and Jason Doucette at the Riverfront Community Center for a joint Legislative Town Hall. Prior to our meeting, the three of us me with local educators who provided us with relative concerns and comments regarding their profession and hearing their feedback is vital. As someone who comes from a family of Glastonbury educators – my mother was a teacher, my brother is currently a Glastonbury teacher, and beginning in the next school

State Representative Weir to Host Series of Legislative Events  

Posted on March 8, 2023

HARTFORD – State Representative Steve Weir (R-55) would like to invite residents to join him as he hosts three legislative events over the next few weeks. These events designed to provide the lawmaker with an opportunity to meet face-to-face with the people he serves.

WHERE: Riverfront Community Center (Room B)
300 Welles St., Glastonbury
WHEN: Wednesday, March 15
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.


WHERE: Bolton Town Hall
Main Hall Room, 222 Bolton Center Rd.

Rep. Weir Supports Bill to Allow Amusement Parks Employ 14 year-olds in Nonhazardous Jobs

Posted on February 28, 2023

During today’s Labor Committee meeting, I made a few comments in support of SB-831, a proposal that would allow amusement parks to hire individuals fourteen years old to perform nonhazardous jobs (cashiers, clerical work, ticket sales and concession sales).

I think this bill provides a good opportunity for our young people to learn about work ethic, gain some valuable job experience, and earn a little bit of extra money on the side.