House Republicans Offer Plan to Balance FY25 Budget

Posted on April 25, 2024


If no adjustments are made to the biennium budget, the governor would have the discretionary authority to make his own decisions on what to cut or fund outside of the legislative session. Right now, the majority members of the Appropriations Committee don’t have any plans to address it.

Knowing this, House Republicans today released our budget proposal that honors the fiscal guardrails, pursuing structural reforms, focusing on affordability, and increasing funding for local education.

This includes:

Nonprofit Grants Awarded to LYSB and the SARAH Inc.

Posted on April 10, 2024


Lymes’ Youth Service Bureau (LYSB) and the SARAH Inc., two non-profits in our community, have each been awarded a grant through the state’s Nonprofit Grant Program. The purpose of these grants is to make capital improvements.

This includes – facility alterations, renovations, improvements, and additions; new construction; health, safety, and Americans with Disabilities Act projects; energy conservation improvements; information technology systems; technology that promotes client independence; purchase

Rep. Carney Presents Local Business with Legislative Citation

Posted on April 5, 2024


While my visit to Mar. Floral this past Wednesday fell just a few days outside of Women’s History Month, I still wanted to take the opportunity to present Marlee Spector, owner of the flower shop, with a legislative citation to congratulate her on the recent move to 875 Boston Post Road in Old Saybrook and wish her many years of continued success in the community.

You can visit her website at