Posted on April 24, 2019 by admin
Dear Friends and Neighbors
HAVE YOUR SAY: AN ALTERNATIVE TO TOLLS
Democrats who control the legislature have spent three months promoting their desire to add new tolls to Connecticut’s highways, acting as though it’s the only solution to fund improvements to Connecticut’s roads and bridges. They passed three tolls-related bills out of the Transportation Committee, and we await the result of their efforts to meld those bills into one final piece of legislation. Meanwhile, I’ve advocated for an alternative called Prioritize Progress, and this Senate and House Republican proposal will finally receive a public hearing in the Finance Committee this Friday. You can testify, telling committee Democrats that Connecticut CAN’T AFFORD TOLLS.
Posted on April 22, 2019 by admin
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Please join me on Wednesday May 1st 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm at Jim’s Pizza (124 Poquonock Ave., Windsor), Saturday, May 4th 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm at Three Brothers II (58 Rainbow Rd., East Granby) and Monday, May 6th 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm at Kent Memorial Library (61 Ffyler Place, Suffield) for Legislative Updates. As your State Representative, it is very important for me to know your concerns. Join me to discuss the budget and other legislative issues or questions you may have related to state government!
You are welcome to attend any of these events regardless of your town of residence.
Posted on April 18, 2019 by admin
ENFIELD – State Senator John Kissel (R-7) and State Representative Carol Hall (R-59) hosted House and Senate Republican ranking members of the Transportation Committee, State Representative Laura Devlin (R-134) and State Senator Henri Martin (R-31), to discuss legislation proposed by Governor Lamont and legislative Democrats, and to present an alternative transportation funding plan that does not rely on tolls or tax increases.
The event held at JFK Middle School on Tuesday, April 16th, was co-hosted by State Representatives from across the region; Bill Simanski (R-62), Tami Zawistowski (R-61), Kurt Vail (R-52) and Tom Delnicki (R-14).