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Rep. Lanoue Calls for Equitable State Funding for Voluntown

Posted on May 29, 2019 by admin


Today, as we celebrated our first responders at the Capitol, it was fitting that we also passed H.B. 7408. This legislation will analyze PILOT funding to towns that are home to state-owned forests like Pachaug.

This forest takes up 66% of Voluntown’s land, meaning that 66% cannot be taxed. Still, Voluntown’s firefighters and EMTs must respond to emergencies on the property, which comes at a cost to the local government.

I was raised to

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Rep. Lanoue Participates in Memorial Day Ceremonies

Posted on May 28, 2019 by admin


I had the privilege to march and speak at Memorial Day events in Jewett City and Voluntown on Monday. I was greatly impressed by the turnout in our communities by those of all ages and the reverence they showed toward our fallen and to our veterans overall. I was honored and humbled to be with Voluntown’s fallen warrior, Tyler Griffin’s, parents today to honor his wonderful memory and his selfless sacrifice in Afghanistan in defense of our freedom. May God Bless and keep him!

It was my solemn honor

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Rep. Lanoue Speaks with Plainfield Manufacturer at the Capitol

Posted on May 21, 2019 by admin


Manufacturers from across Connecticut visited the Capitol today to showcase their innovative solutions and products. Proudly representing Plainfield was Kylee Carbone of Westminster Tool.  This company specializes in injection mold systems, high performance component production, and composite tools.

They employ over 40 skilled workers with an average age of 33. In addition, they work with students from local colleges to prepare young people for careers in this in-demand field. They are also in the

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