DOT to Replace and Upgrade All Existing Pedestrian and School Crossing Signs at Uncontrolled Intersections

Posted on May 14, 2024 by jpheasant


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The Department of Transportation is developing plans to replace and upgrade all existing pedestrian and school crossing signs at uncontrolled intersections in Enfield and East Windsor.

According to DOT, many of the pedestrian and school crossing signs are close to the end of their usable life. Replacing these signs with new, more retroreflective signs is critical for visibility and safety of pedestrians on State Roadways. The project is scheduled to begin construction in the Spring of 2025.

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Rep. Hall Applauds Passage of Land Conveyance in Enfield

Posted on May 9, 2024 by jpheasant


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HARTFORD – In the closing hours of the 2024 legislative session on Wednesday night, State Representative Carol Hall cast her vote in support of a land conveyance in the Town of Enfield.

 The bill, SB-460, An Act Concerning the Conveyance of a Parcel of Land in the Town of Enfield, would transfer the 14.5 acres of land on Shaker Road to the town so it could be used for additional sports and recreational opportunities.

“I am excited to announce the House and Senate have both voted in favor of conveying

Local Control Voices Restored in Solar Development Projects

Posted on May 6, 2024 by jpheasant


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Too often, the voices of our local municipalities are left out of the conversations when it comes to the placement of renewable energy projects. With the recent passage of HB-5361, AN ACT CONCERNING THE SITING OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES IN THE STATE, our municipalities will now have a rightful seat at that table.

This bill gives chief executive officers from a given municipality the right to apply a moratorium on future solar projects within the radius of a 2-megawatt project which will encompass

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