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.

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Bridge Replacement Project in Old Saybrook

Posted on April 4, 2024

The Department of Transportation announced the bridge over Back River on Route 154 in Old Saybrook will be completely replaced. A new bridge consisting of precast substructure elements and prestressed concrete slabs will be constructed.
In order to perform the work any existing utilities will need to be relocated. A new 12″ watermain will be installed as part of the construction. Upon completion, the overhead utilities will be relocated to approximately the same location.

Women’s History Month Essay Contest with Students from Old Saybrook Middle School

Posted on March 27, 2024


In recognition of Women’s History Month, I partnered with Old Saybrook Middle School for a 6th grade essay contest to highlight notable women from Connecticut and their impact on both the state and the life of the students.

Yesterday, I presented the winners Reid Goodale (overall winner) and Ava Becker (runner up) with a legislative citation to acknowledge their work in the contest and congratulate them on being chosen as the two winners. The school also provided the top six entrants with a gift