Rep. Delnicki Presents Flag to South Windsor Resident and Marine Corps Private First Class Cooper Nodden

Posted on February 13, 2020 by admin


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State Rep. Tom Delnicki invited South Windsor resident and Marine Corps Private First Class Cooper Nodden to the state Capitol in Hartford on Thursday, February 6th. Rep. Delnicki recognized Nodden by having the American flag fly over the state Capitol from January 16th – January 18th while he was completing The Crucible, a notoriously difficult test that each recruit must go through in order to become a Marine.

The Crucible takes place over 54 hours and includes food and sleep deprivation and over

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Tolls Public Hearing Scheduled for FRIDAY

Posted on January 28, 2020 by admin


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If you oppose tolls NOW is the time to make your voice heard loud and clear.

On Friday January 31, 2020, at 1:00 pm in Hartford, CT Democrats are rushing to hold a public hearing on their latest tolls proposal before forcing a vote early next week. You can read more about the bill here.

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You can come to Hartford on Friday to testify OR you can submit testimony online.

To speak out in Hartford:

  • Come to the Legislative Office Building

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Quarries Working Group Final Report

Posted on January 24, 2020 by admin


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As part of Public Act 19-192 “An Act Concerning Crumbling Foundations,” a legislative working group was established to, “…develop a model quality control plan for quarries and to study the workforce of contractors engaged in the repair and replacement of concrete foundations that have deteriorated due to the presence of pyrrhotite.”

Last week the working group concluded their work and issued a final report to the General Assembly. I would like to acknowledge the group for producing a final report

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