Posted on May 31, 2023
Last week, after House Bill 6638 passed the House it was misconstrued by some as offering new legal protections for pedophiles. Unfortunately, that information is incorrect and continues to spread. Legislative attorneys, legal experts, many statewide media outlets and even the Associated Press have covered this topic and bill extensively.
Unfortunately, this one bill is being used, and its language and intent perverted, to politicize a hot-button issue. The fact is, pedophilia is and remains illegal.…
Posted on May 30, 2023
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) announced a pavement marking project consisting of epoxy marking applications on center lines, shoulder lines and handwork on State Routes within District 3.
This project is scheduled to occur Friday, June 9, 2023 to Thursday, November 30, 2023. No work will be performed the day before or day after all State recognized holidays.
LANE CLOSURE INFO
Traffic control personnel, sign patterns, cones, and truck mounted attenuators…
Posted on May 27, 2023
Summer is a fantastic time of the year with myriad recreation opportunities like hiking, boating and swimming available in easy reach of each of our 169 communities.
Sadly, every year Connecticut residents and visitors go missing while boating, tubing, and swimming. Anyone near the water or planning to go into the water needs to be aware of the conditions and use caution.
Canoeists and kayakers should scout all waterways before attempting to run the swollen rivers or streams. Waterways…