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In-District Lakes Receive 2022 DEEP Grant Funding

Posted on June 30, 2022 by jcoss


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(VERNON, COVENTRY) The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has recently announced the recipients of the second annual round of grant funding through the Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Grant Program, totaling $370,000 for 15 projects.

The grant program funds initiatives to reduce the impact of aquatic invasive species on Connecticut lakes, ponds, and rivers. Some of these species, such as Zebra mussels and Hydrilla, can become critically hazardous to the ecosystems

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Are YOU eligible for the CT Child Tax Rebate?

Posted on June 30, 2022 by jcoss


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Dear friends and neighbors,

The 2022 state budget provides for a child tax rebate of $250 per child, up to a maximum of $750 per household. Although it is referred to as a tax rebate, it will work more like the stimulus checks. Below is an outline of this information:

You must apply to receive the rebate check

To obtain the Child Tax Rebate, you must apply through the Department of Revenue Services (DRS). You can find an online application here. Any paper applications will not be accepted. The Child Tax Rebate is not a credit and may not be claimed on any Connecticut income tax return. The deadline to apply is July 31, 2022.

The child tax rebate is available to those who satisfy the following conditions:

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2022 CT Open House Day

Posted on June 10, 2022 by admin


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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

June 11th is Connecticut Open House Day, an all-day event across the state for Connecticut’s museums, attractions and historic sites. Now in its 18th year, over 200 attractions will be participating by offering special events as well as free or discounted admissions.

Visit www.ctvisit.com/ctopenhouseday for more information and a full listing of events.

Nathan Hale Homestead, Coventry

Enjoy a free tour of the first floor of the historic Nathan Hale Homestead, from 12 p.m.

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