Posted on July 15, 2019 by jdooley
Fairfield – State Reps. Laura Devlin (R-134), Brenda Kupchick (R-132) and State Sen. Tony Hwang (R-28) have announced that they will be hosting a Pints and Politics event on Wednesday, July 31 at 6:00pm at Local Kitchen (85 Mill Plain Road, Fairfield).
The event will allow residents the opportunity speak with the legislators and hear the latest updates from the State Capitol in a relaxed setting. The lawmakers will discuss the issues and debates shaping the 2019 legislative session, including municipal…
Posted on July 12, 2019 by jdooley
FAIRFIELD – State Representatives Laura Devlin (R-134) and Brenda Kupchick (R-132) in cooperation with Operation Hope finished their annual ‘Town-Wide Diaper Drive’ Saturday June 22 with the help of Al DiGuido, owner of Saugatuck Sweets and his organization, Al’s Angels at Saugatuck Sweets collecting a total of 2,145 diapers and pull ups.
Both Reps. Kupchick and Devlin worked with Operation Hope on a month-long diaper drive for in-need Fairfield families.
Operation Hope Executive Director, Carla Miklos said, “We appreciate these donations, which will help local families who struggle with limited resources. Diapers are not just about a lack of resources, but are also a public health issue. Thank you to the daycare centers that collected them and the parents that filled the bins!”
Rep. Devlin said, “A big thank you to the Fairfield community and to Al DiGuido for coming together and helping out our local families. One of the biggest expenses of raising any child is the cost of diapers. This drive was meant to ease the heavy financial burden of baby diapers.”…
Posted on June 27, 2019 by jdooley
TRUMBULL- Trumbull State Reps. Laura Devlin (R-134), David Rutigliano (R-123) and Ben McGorty (R-122) hosted a “Coffee Hour with Your Legislators” event at Chip’s Family Restaurant in Trumbull on June 24th.
During the evening meet and greet with diners the three Trumbull state representatives listened to Trumbull residents who shared their concerns on a variety of issues. The issues discussed included the additional tax burdens on Trumbull residents anticipated by the new state budget passed by the majority party and agreed to by Governor Lamont.
“I want to thank everyone who came out to talk on Monday night and share their thoughts on the state of our state and new laws coming out of Hartford. Meetings like this are important, to hear directly from you, and have a dialog with our constituents. We discussed many issues, including that the threat of tolls in Connecticut continuing to be a key concern. Let’s not let summer distract us from a possible debate on tolls,” said Devlin.…