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Bristol passes budget with no increase in mill rate

BRISTOL – Bristol City Council and Board of Finance passed the fiscal year 2022 to 2023 budget with no increase or decrease in the city’s mill rate. The city approved a general fund budget of $215,183,250 and set the tax rate at 38.35 mills, under the suggestion of the Board of Finance. That’s a 2.6% increase from the previous year's budget of $209,594,190. A dollar of every thousand is considered equal to one mill in assessed property.
BRISTOL, CT
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Berlin's Pistol Creek being considered for a potential off-leash dog park

BERLIN – The section of Pistol Creek being considered for a potential off-leash dog park is close to handicapped parking and paths used by the school track teams, elected officials learned this week. Local residents are concerned about the proposal to designate 100,000 sq. ft. just north of Spruce...
BERLIN, CT
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State Rep. Candelora Receives GOP Nod for Re-Election for 86th District

Republican delegates representing the communities of North Branford, Durham, Guilford and East Haven have nominated Vincent Candelora of North Branford for re-election as State Representative for District 86. A northern section of East Haven was added to District 86 during 2020's statewide district remapping, which takes place every 10 years. Candelora is currently serving his 8th consecutive term and is also currently Minority Leader in the General Assembly. (Photo courtesy District 86 Republican Town Committees)
EAST HAVEN, CT
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BERLIN, CT

Cross, DESK, LEAP, Fair Haven Health ​“Earmarked” For Expansion Help

Wilbur Cross High School and three leading nonprofits are ​“earmarked” to receive federal help with planned renovations and expansions. Cross and the three nonprofits — Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen (DESK), Fair Haven Community Health Care, and the youth rec and education program LEAP — made U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro’s ​“community project funding” list for the coming year.
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SHELTON, CT
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Man Showers Meriden Mall Shoppers With Cash

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MERIDEN, CT
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Bethlehem Land Trust holding concert at Bellamy-Ferriday House

BETHLEHEM — The Bethlehem Land Trust will launch its spring-summer series of free concerts May 19 at 5:30 p.m., at the 81-acre Bellamy-Ferriday Preserve in Bethlehem. Performing at the lead-off event will be singer/songwriters “Hot Acoustics”. The Southbury-based local violin-guitar duo Hot Acoustics’ diverse set list will...
BETHLEHEM, CT
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Hartford city council working to finalize budget

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HARTFORD, CT
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HARTFORD, CT
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Gubernatorial candidate Stefanowski discusses stance on abortion, other issues

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HARTFORD, CT