Funding for Coventry Lake invasive species abatement/management (The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has recently announced the recipients of the second annual round of grant funding through the Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Grant Program, totaling $370,000 for 15 projects.)
The town of Coventry received a grant for 2021 (DEEP release 5/4/2021) $50,000 hydrilla treatment and a grant for 2022 (DEEP release 6/22/2022) $50.000 hydrilla treatment. The town of Bolton received a grant for 2022 for lower and middle Bolton Lakes (DEEP 2022 $34,985.75).
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Connecticut SAFE Trust (Save
America’s Free Enterprise) Committee is pleased to inform you that we have endorsed your
campaign for election to the Connecticut General Assembly in November.
Your voting record over the last two legislative sessions on key issues important to small business indicated that you will continue to be committed to the needs of thousands of Main Street small businesses and their employees in Connecticut when you are re-elected to serve in Hartford. You may use our endorsement in your campaign materials and in the press.
On behalf of the Connecticut Education Association’s 43,000 members, I am honored to inform you that our organization has endorsed you in the 2014 election for the 8th House District and designated you as a “CEA Friend of Education.”
You have consistently proven yourself to be an advocate for children, teachers, and public education. Most recently, throughout the 2014 legislative session, you steadfastly held to your commitment and ensured that our members’ voices were heard. Your constituents are fortunate to have you working for them in the General Assembly (written by Sheila Cohen, CEA President).
Working to Protect You - Tim Opposed