‘Our party MUST endorse Hilda Santiago for Secretary of the State’

...CHDC Treasurer Yolanda Castillo, CHDC Founding Member Miguel Castro, CHDC Chair Efraín Domínguez, President, New London City Council David Feliu, CHDC Vice-chair Minnie Gonzalez, State Representative Kay Muñoz, CHDC Secretary Aidee Nieves, President, Bridgeport City Council Geraldo Reyes, Jr., State Representative Tomás Reyes, former Chief of Staff, New Haven Mayor’s...

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Sugar Kelp on the Menu as Underwater Harvest Underway 

...for the World Central Kitchen/WCK #ChefsForUkraine, the CT Restaurant Association and the RI Hospitality Association. Also, The Yellow Farmhouse Education Center in Stonington will host students in New London, Norwalk, and Stonington for virtual field trips to learn more about kelp farming.  Virtual programs for the general public will focus...

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Police Footage Remains Out of Reach, as Hartford Passes the Buck

...regarding discipline, training, and the use of firearms – would not be possible without a remarkable number of troopers reaching out to talk to us about their concerns and frustrations. In New London, Jensen’s reporting on allegations of racial and sexual discrimination within the force, also would not have been...

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Concerns about Old Lyme Sewers Have Not Been Addressed

...a half mile from Hawks Nest so it’s reasonable that if there is no pollution at Hawks Nest, there is no pollution at Sound View. Is that why the new test data was shelved and is that why the WPCA continues to refuse to retest Sound View because new test...

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Connecticut Pays High Price to Satisfy State Employees

Another day, another study finding that Connecticut state employees are paid so much better than private-sector workers. The latest study was done by a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, Andrew Biggs, who holds a doctoral degree from the London School of Economics. Biggs’ conclusion matches that of similar...

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Study Questions High Compensation for Public Employees

A new study shows that Connecticut’s state employees receive the highest combined pay and retiree benefits nationwide – significantly more than what is earned in the private sector – and that the state has significantly underfunded those pension plans for more than a decade.  “Connecticut’s high and severely underfunded state...

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