Posted on January 16, 2019 by Greg MacKinnon
HARTFORD – State Representative Leslee Hill (R-Canton) participated in the legislature’s Fire/EMS Caucus meeting at the Legislative Office Building on Wednesday afternoon. The bi-partisan caucus was reestablished in May of 2017 by both Republican and Democratic legislators, with the intention to hear from fire departments across the state and form cohesive recommendations of how to implement the best policies that support first responders.
Posted on January 10, 2019 by Greg MacKinnon
Photo (from left to right): State Representatives Leslee Hill (R-Canton), Kathy Kennedy (R- 119), Gale Mastrofrancesco (R-80), and Irene Haines (R-34) are the four newly elected women that will serve in the House Republican caucus during the 2019 – 2020 legislative term.
HARTFORD – State Representative Leslee Hill (R-Canton) was sworn in today for her first term as state representative. Rep. Hill will serve the towns of Canton and Avon, which make up the 17th Assembly District.
“I look forward to serving the residents of the 17th District. It is my goal in Hartford to address our state’s struggling economy and to stabilize the state budget so that our businesses and families have the confidence to grow and prosper in our local communities. I will be working with colleagues from both sides of the political aisle to craft common sense public policy,” stated Rep. Hill.
The legislature will be in-session for a five-month period, adjourning on Wednesday, June 5.
Posted on January 8, 2019 by Greg MacKinnon
HARTFORD – State Representative-elect Leslee Hill (R-Canton) received her legislative committee assignments at the State Capitol when House Republican Leader Themis Klarides made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon. Hill has officially been assigned to the following committees: Finance, Revenue & Bonding, Judiciary, and Education.
“As your newly elected state representative, I am ready to make an immediate impact as soon as we begin the 2019 Legislative Session in a couple of weeks. I will draw on my experiences as the former chief elected official in Canton, my service on the Canton Board of Education and as a licensed attorney to help craft public policies that are germane to my committee assignments. There is much to be done in Hartford, but I will remain steadfast in my approach to correcting the state’s fiscal instability by working with job creators to create a stronger economy,” said Rep-elect Hill.
Posted on January 7, 2019 by Admin