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- A Night at the Boys and Girls Club
- Call for Hall of Fame Nominations
- President Trump Signs Two Esty-Authored Bills
- Safety Classes at Railroad Museum
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- Markley and Zupkus Town Hall Meeting
- Click It Or Ticket Enforced Over Holiday Season
State Representatives Tony D’Amelio (R-71), Selim Noujaim (R-74) and Victor Cuevas (D-75), members of the legislature’s Commerce Committee, today announced SB 527- An Act Authorizing Bonds of the State for Economic Development Projects- moved out of the Commerce Committee and is one step closer to helping the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury.
The brick SNET Building on the right will be demolished to remove an eyesore and to open up the train station for a possible transportation center. Photo by John Murray
Waterbury legislators are pleased to announce approval by the State Bond Commission today of $1.7 million to demolish the former SNET building next the train station on Meadow Street.
Joseph P. Nolan
By John Murray
In the October issue of The Waterbury Observer it was mistakenly reported that State Representative Selim Noujaim (74-R) and State Senator Joan Hartley (15-D) were "both widely expected to win re-election in November (especially since both are running unopposed."
That statement is untrue.
(L to R) Dr. Thomas Samph, President and C.E.O. of Post University, Molly Baldrige, daughter of Malcolm Balrdige, and Dr. Don Mroz, Provost of Post University and Dean of The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business.
Post University unveiled a commissioned oil portrait of the late Malcolm Baldrige as it celebrated the naming of its School of Business after the former United States Secretary of Commerce, Waterbury business leader and member of the University’s Board of Trustees at a special ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at Waterbury City Hall.
Waterbury’s Republican Party will run candidates in each of the city’s five general assembly races this year it was announced. The party currently holds two of those seats with State Representatives Tony D’Amelio (71) and Selim Noujaim (74).
In the past week, Republican candidates in the remaining three city districts announced their intent to run.
State Representative Selim Noujaim (R-74) today enthusiastically voted to pass a bill that will help veterans by allowing honest charities to continue good work on their behalf while punishing those who fraudulently profit at their expense.
State Representatives Anthony D’Amelio (R-71) and Selim Noujaim (R-74) today voted to cap the gross receipts tax on gasoline sparing the driving public further pain at the pump and reducing an onerous hidden tax that has plagued unknowing Connecticut drivers for years. The veteran legislators also proposed locking in the percentage rate.
State Representative Selim Noujaim (R-74) this week sent a letter to Senators Joseph Lieberman and Richard Blumenthal and Congressman Chris Murphy asking for their help in preserving Waterbury’s post office branches.