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Rep. Frey Honors Troop 19, CT Scouting

Posted on February 4, 2019 by admin


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Rep. John Frey was proud to join Ridgefield’s Scout Troop 19, and other Scout Troops,  during the 2018 Boy Scouts of America Report to the State at the Capitol last Friday. More than 150 Scouts, their parents, Scout leaders and elected officials packed the Hall of the House to hear the report and to join together for a meet and greet. Scouts from all five Connecticut Boy Scout councils visited the Capitol.

Troop 19 is Ridgefield’s first BSA all girl troop and their Troop number comes from the 19th

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Rep. Frey Proposes Legislation to Protect Areas From Overdevelopment

Posted on February 1, 2019 by admin


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In an effort to protect local water resources and reduce overdevelopment throughout the state, State Representative John Frey (R-111) proposed two pieces of legislation to limit the density of certain housing development in watershed areas, and to exempt municipalities that meet certain requirements from the affordable housing appeals process.

Proposed Bill 5710 – An Act Concerning Density Requirements for Certain Affordable Housing Developments – would amend current law to require affordable housing

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Rep. Frey sworn in; receives committee assignments

Posted on January 29, 2019 by admin


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From The Ridgefield Press

HARTFORD – State Representative John Frey (R-111) took the oath of office with the new General Assembly and Constitutional Officers at the State Capitol on Wednesday, January 9th.    Representative Frey is the longest serving legislator from Ridgefield and the longest tenured Republican in Fairfield County.  Accompanying Rep. Frey were Ridgefield High School students Miles Tullo and Alec Pool, who will be doing their senior internships later this spring at the State Capitol.

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