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COVID-19 Resources for Employers and Workers

Posted on March 18, 2020 by hbrooks


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As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to make headlines, a great deal of uncertainty has been injected into the lives of business owners and workers, many of whom have been left, indefinitely, without pay or health benefits.

Still, there are many options and resources available to business owners and workers as they navigate these tumultuous economic conditions, and to that end I have dedicated this page to be constantly updated with the newest information for these parties as it

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Roadwork on I-84 Westbound in Newtown

Posted on March 18, 2020 by hbrooks


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The Connecticut Department of Transportation is announcing that nighttime bridge deck repairs will occur on I-84 westbound in Newtown, beginning at 10:30pm tonight, Wednesday, March 18. Construction is scheduled to occur through 5:00am tomorrow, Thursday, March 19.

The project consists of repairs on the Housatonic Bridge overpass, between Exits 14 and 11 in Newtown.

Lane Closure Information

The right lane is expected to be closed between Exits 14-11 on I-84 westbound from 10:30pm – 5:00am. Traffic

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COVID-19 Resources for Individuals and Families

Posted on March 13, 2020 by hbrooks


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Governor Ned Lamont announced this week that there are a growing number of cases of COVID-19 in Connecticut, as well as many cases in nearby Westchester County, NY, as testing becomes more widely available. Additionally, public health officials have warned of the potential for widespread community transmission as coronavirus begins affecting individuals with no known link to the disease (e.g. travel to an outbreak pocket, contact with an infected individual).

Of course, there are many steps that

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Rep. Sredzinski Votes in Favor of Municipal Aid Package for Monroe

Posted on March 13, 2020 by hbrooks


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HARTFORD – State Rep. JP Sredzinski (R-112) on Wednesday voted in favor of a state bond authorization that includes $665,319 in funding for Monroe in fiscal years 2020 and 2021.

The package includes $351,306 in town aid road (TAR) monies that Monroe may use for various transportation-related projects, such as local road improvements and construction, snow removal, and upkeep of traffic signage and markings.

The bond authorization also earmarks $134,907 for local capital improvement projects, as well

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Rep. Sredzinski Participates in Public Safety Hearing

Posted on March 5, 2020 by hbrooks


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HARTFORD – As the leading House Republican on the Connecticut General Assembly’s (CGA) Public Safety and Security Committee, State Rep. JP Sredzinski (R-112) participated in a public hearing on 24 bills at the Legislative Office Building on Thursday.

At the hearing, two bills authored by Rep. Sredzinski were made available for public comment. The first, HB 5319, would exempt volunteer fire and emergency medical services (EMS) from the fee for a criminal history records check, while the second, HB

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