Posted on November 15, 2019 by admin
The legislature’s Transportation Committee will hold a hearing next month to deal with a recent Auditors of Public Accounts report detailing problems at the Connecticut Port Authority.
The State Auditors Office performs important work, and their reports offer legislators—and the public—valuable insight into the mechanics of state government.
Examples of problems outlined in the Auditors reports include:
Posted on November 7, 2019 by admin
Governor Lamont intends to issue a new transportation plan. It’s been reported the proposal will include 14 “temporary” tolls, which the Governor’s administration is describing as a “user fee” that eventually would be phased out when transportation project loans are paid off.
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Posted on November 1, 2019 by admin
WINDSOR – State Representative Tami Zawistowski (R-61) recently attended a ceremony for the renaming of the I-91 Bloomfield Avenue Overpass as, “The Windsor Volunteer Firefighter Memorial Overpass”.
The name change executed by the Department of Transportation (DOT) honors the long history of service of Windsor’s current and former volunteer firefighters that have been protecting the town since 1830.