Rep. Sredzinski Appointed Ranking Member of Public Safety Committee for Second-Term

Posted on January 2, 2019 by jpheasant


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HARTFORD – State Representative JP Sredzinski (R-112) has recently received his legislative committee assignments from House Republican Leader Themis Klarides.

Sredzinski, re-elected to his third term in November, will also serve on the legislature’s Human Services and Higher Education Committees.

“It’s an honor to once again be appointed as the Ranking Member of the Public Safety and Security Committee for the upcoming two year period. In this position I will continue to serve as the highest ranking

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Rep. Sredzinski Construction Update: Scheduled Closure and Detour of Rt. 25 in Monroe Postponed to Next Week

Posted on August 3, 2018 by rjoslyn


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The CT Department of Transportation has announced that the scheduled closure and detour of Rt. 25 in Monroe has been postponed and moved to next weekend.  The closure will be from Aug. 10 to 13, instead of this weekend as originally scheduled.

As required for the project to replace two culverts and raise the roadway along that stretch of Route 25, the project contractor will close the road from 8 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 10, to 6 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 13.

While traffic will be detoured onto Pepper Street

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Rep. Sredzinski Signs Petition to Call a Special Session and Stop Governor’s $10 Million Toll Study

Posted on July 24, 2018 by rjoslyn


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Rep. Sredzinski Signing Petition to Convene Special Session

HARTFORD – State Representative JP Sredzinski (R-112) signed a petition this week to request a special session for the purpose of prohibiting the expenditure of taxpayer funds to study and evaluate the establishment of tolls in Connecticut.

Last week, Governor Dan Malloy issued an Executive Order directing the state Department of Transportation to prepare a plan implementing

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Rep. Sredzinski Calls on Bond Commission to Remove Governor’s $10 Million Toll Study from Agenda

Posted on July 18, 2018 by rjoslyn


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HARTFORD – State Representative JP Sredzinski (R-112) today urged the State Bond Commission to remove from their agenda an item bonding $10 million to study the impact of electronic tolling on Connecticut highways. The agenda item would borrow money to pay for the study and is a request from Governor Dan Malloy, who chairs the Bond Commission and decides which items are on the agenda.

The study would explore tolls on all major Connecticut highways, including Interstates 95, 91, and 84, along with

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Rep. Sredzinski Votes to Override Governor’s Veto of Bill Preventing Mid-Year Cuts

Posted on June 25, 2018 by rjoslyn


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HARTFORD – State Representative JP Sredzinski (R-112) voted on Monday to override Governor Dan Malloy’s veto of a bill prohibiting future governors from making cuts to education aid in the middle of a fiscal year.

Although there was enough support in the House to override the governor’s veto, the override effort failed to achieve 2/3 support in the Senate and was ultimately unsuccessful, meaning Governor Malloy’s veto will stand.

Public Act 18-35 was legislation intended to impede a Connecticut

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Monroe Town Hall Forum with Rep. Sredzinski & Sen. Kelly

Posted on May 15, 2018 by rjoslyn


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MONROE State Rep. JP Sredzinski (R-112) and State Sen. Kevin Kelly (R-21) are holding a post-session town hall meeting on Thursday, May 24 at Monroe Town Hall. They will discuss legislation that passed this year and other issues pertaining to the conclusion of the 2018 legislative session, including the status of the state budget.  See attached flyer for further details.

 

Anyone who is unable to attend but would still like to speak to the legislators can contact Rep. Sredzinski at jp.sredzinski@housegop.ct.gov

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Rep. Sredzinski Votes for Compromise Budget to Protect Local Education, MSP Funding

Posted on May 10, 2018 by rjoslyn


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HARTFORD – State Representative JP Sredzinski (R-112) on Wednesday praised the passage of a budget adjustment plan for the 2019 fiscal year.  The budget plan, which passed on a bipartisan vote before the end of the 2018 session, is the result of negotiations between Republican and Democratic leaders in the House and Senate to make adjustments to the budget passed last October.

The Republican budget plan was called for a vote earlier in the day, but was defeated.

Rep. Sredzinski emphasized the budget

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Rep. Sredzinski Statement Following Remarks by Majority Leadership

Posted on May 8, 2018 by rjoslyn


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Rep. Sredzinski takes Speaker Aresimowicz up on his offer to “bring a highlighter” to the dais and mark up all of the House bills he would want to shelve so the budget can be discussed.

HARTFORD – State Representative JP Sredzinski (R-112) made the following statement in response to remarks made by Speaker Joe Aresimowicz and Majority Leader Matt Ritter criticizing his comments requesting a House debate on the GOP budget and

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Rep. Sredzinski Encouraged by House Support for Protecting Local Educating Funding from the Governor

Posted on May 4, 2018 by rjoslyn


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HARTFORD – State Representative JP Sredzinski (R-112) hailed the House passage of a bill to prevent the executive branch from reducing Education Cost Sharing grants in the middle of a fiscal year.

HB 5171 was passed by the House on a bipartisan 117-32 vote and would prohibit the governor from cutting ECS funding that had already been promised to a municipality to spend elsewhere. Although HB 5171 still needs to pass the State Senate and it is likely to be vetoed by the governor if it gets to him,

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Rep. Sredzinski Celebrates Polish Day at the State Capitol

Posted on May 2, 2018 by rjoslyn


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HARTFORD – Rep. JP Sredzinski (R-112) honored the contributions of Polish-Americans to Connecticut in a celebration at the State Capitol on the annual Polish Day on Wednesday.  Every year, the Polish Legislative Caucus recognizes Polish-Americans who have positively impacted the state by their service, academic work, and community involvement.

“Polish Day is one of my favorite days of the year up at the Capitol because it allows the whole legislature to take time to recognize the contributions the

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