Posted on October 7, 2021
Dear Millstone neighbor,
As a neighbor of Millstone Power Station, you may have noticed some increased activity at the station over the past few weeks. These activities are associated with the upcoming regularly scheduled refueling outage for Unit 2. During the course of the outage, we will be refueling the reactor, performing maintenance, and preparing the unit for the next 18 months of operation. This will ensure Millstone is prepared to supply power to the region’s electric grid to meet demand…
Posted on October 6, 2021
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase breast cancer awareness and education, while also promoting research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Thank you to all of the walkers in the recent Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Walk, and a special thank you to my granddaughter, Caitlin.
I am proud to help spread the word about the importance of this cause, which is meaningful to so many families in our community. Please get regular medical checkups and mammograms…
Posted on October 5, 2021
I would like to personally thank and commend Police Chief Brett Mahoney for his more than two decades of commitment to the residents of Waterford.
I know how much he loves our town. His continued dedication to making our town safer and more welcoming has been nothing short of outstanding. Chief Mahoney has safeguarded daily each an every resident and family in the town with genuine interest and compassion for their welfare.
His steadfast leadership in numerous outreach community efforts has made…
Posted on September 27, 2021
I am honored to be recognized by the state’s leading business group for my continued support of Connecticut businesses and workers.
The Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA), which represents thousands of large and small employers across the state, awarded the 100% score on its annual State House Voting Record Scorecard.
Lawmakers were judged based on their support for policies that create jobs and bring businesses to Connecticut, as well as their opposition to job-killing taxes and…
Posted on September 23, 2021
PUBLIC INVITED ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, AS CT DEPT. OF VETERANS AFFAIRS AND CT FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSN. CONDUCT FINAL MILITARY HONORS FOR EIGHT VETERANS’ UNCLAIMED CREMATED REMAINS AT THE STATE VETERANS CEMETERY IN MIDDLETOWN
The Connecticut State Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) and the Connecticut Funeral Directors Association, Inc. (CFDA) announced they will hold a military funeral ceremony for eight U.S. veterans’ unclaimed cremated remains, including veterans of World War I, World War II, the…
Posted on September 7, 2021
Posted on September 2, 2021
The Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) announced Veterans STAND DOWN 2021 will take place on September 22nd, 23rd, & 24th. While the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way agencies and organizations operate, the DVA continues its commitment to serving Connecticut’s Veterans by providing this “one stop” access to a range of programs and services offered by state and federal agencies, Veterans organizations, and community-based non-profits through online webinars and at five regional sites…
Posted on August 20, 2021
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) announced it will conduct a series of virtual public information meetings to launch the 2021-2025 Connecticut State Rail Plan update in compliance with Federal legislation, PRIIA (Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008, Public Law 110-432).
The kickoff meetings will provide the public an opportunity to learn about the purpose and requirements of the Connecticut State Rail Plan and how its updates were initiated.
The meetings will…
Posted on August 18, 2021
August 31st is International Overdose Awareness Day, the world’s largest annual campaign to end overdose, to remember without stigma those who have died, and to acknowledge the grief of the family friends left behind.
The Center for Disease Control estimates that about 93,000 people died from an overdose in 2020, a nearly 30% increase in deaths compared to 2019.
This issue affects everyone of us, our friends and certainly our communities. In an effort to combat this epidemic, the legislature passed…
Posted on August 13, 2021
Dear Waterford and Montville Families,
I hope your summer has been relaxing and that you have been able to catch up with your friends and family. As August and summer start to quietly slip away, I would like to keep you up to date on a few important items.
Earlier this week, I sent an eblast regarding sales tax free week this coming Sunday, August 15-22, and now Connecticut Children’s is reminding people that the back-to-school transition can sometimes be an adjustment for families, especially this…