An Important Message for Norwalk and Westport Residents

Posted on December 9, 2019 by admin


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This message is about a developer’s application to build a housing project in Westport that would affect residents in both Norwalk and Westport. In order to succeed, he needs help from the City of Norwalk, so he has submitted to the Norwalk Conservation Commission an application, under the name “Summit Saugatuck LLC”, for work to be done across the town border in Norwalk. There is wide consensus among both Norwalkers and Westporters who are aware of the situation that approval of this application

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Rep. Lavielle: Audit of CT Port Authority Highlights Serious Problems within State Government

Posted on December 5, 2019 by admin


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HARTFORD – State Representative Gail Lavielle (R-Wilton), Ranking Member of the legislature’s Appropriations Committee and member of the Transportation Committee, has expressed grave concerns about the results of a state audit of Connecticut’s Port Authority, which revealed serious management and ethical issues. During an informational hearing on the audit held yesterday by the Transportation Committee, legislators had an opportunity to question former Port Authority management on the audit’s findings,

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Rep. Lavielle Named Environmental Champion for the Seventh Time by CT League of Conservation Voters

Posted on November 18, 2019 by admin


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HARTFORD – State Representative Gail Lavielle (R-Wilton), Ranking Member of the legislature’s Appropriations Committee, was named an Environmental Champion for the seventh time in her legislative career by the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters. Eligibility was determined by a legislator’s vote on a number of bills on subjects including single-use plastic bags, fracking waste, invasive species, clean energy (offshore wind), the state’s water supply, and more.

“I am grateful to be recognized

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