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2022 Legislative Survey Results

Posted on January 20, 2022


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Earlier this month, I sent out a survey asking for your input on several items that have been the topic of conversation over the past couple of years – issues surrounding the pandemic, the governor’s emergency powers, Transportation Climate Initiative, government transparency among others.

I expect that as we prepare for the 2022 legislative session, many of these issues will remain at the forefront of discussions moving forward so hearing your feedback and responses is greatly appreciated.

 

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Rep. Petit and Sen. Martin Host Informational Meeting to Discuss Covanta’s Request to Burn Medical Waste

Posted on December 22, 2021


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Last night, Sen. Martin and Rep. Petit held an informational meeting at the Plainville library to provide area residents with an opportunity to have their voices heard and questions answered regarding the possibility of Covanta, a local Waste-to-Energy plant, being allowed to burn medical waste at their facility.

Covanta seeks to adjust a current permit with the City of Bristol that would allow them to convert a portion (8%) of their trash-burning to medical waste.

According to Covanta, under the

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Rep. Petit Helping the Salvation Army Raise Money for Local Families

Posted on December 10, 2021


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HARTFORD – On Saturday, December 18th, State Representative William A. Petit Jr. (R-22) will be volunteering to help raise money for local families this holiday season by ringing bells as part of the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign.

WHEN: Saturday, December 18
WHERE: Gnazzo’s, 73 East St., Plainville
TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

All kettle donations stay in the communities where the funds are collected and the money helps to provide meals, shelter, toys, clothing, and many other services throughout

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