Community Bulletin Board
- A.L. Davroe Book-signing
- Hartley on Manufacturing
- Easter Bunny Express
- Love a Lilac
- Improving Air Quality
- What's Happening in Waterbury and Beyond
- TURN to a Historian at the Litchfield Historical Society
- 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
- College Scholarship Opportunities
Waterbury legislators are pleased to announce the approval by the State Bond Commission of various items in the City of Waterbury totaling over $6.5 million dollars.
“It is important that I along with the delegation continue the work of securing much needed State funding to assist my district and the entire City. The needs are great for our economic and physical infrastructure and I continue in my pursuit of these funds. It is the right thing to do and it is what my constituents have asked of me,” Rep. Berger said.
On Wednesday, January 22, from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m. the Waterbury Regional Chamber will host its annual Legislative Breakfast at the CoCo Key Water Resort Hotel & Convention Center at 3580 East Main Street in Waterbury. The event provides Chamber members the opportunity to hear from state leaders on their priorities regarding numerous issues that impact the business community, including taxes, workforce development, health care concerns, energy costs, infrastructure funding, and brownfield remediation.
State Representatives Larry B. Butler (D-Waterbury) and Jeffrey Berger (D-Waterbury) applauded Governor Dannel Malloy’s announcement that new early childhood education slots have been identified for Waterbury, meaning that state funding will be provided for preschool opportunities for 51 additional young people.
Chairman of the Commerce Committee Jeff Berger (D-Waterbury) is pleased to announce that Senate Bill #78, An Act Concerning the Learn Here, Live Here Program, has passed the House of Representatives and awaits the Governor’s signature.
“Connecticut has seen an exodus of educated and trained workers over the past few years,” Rep Berger said. “If we are to continue on the road to economic recovery, we must do everything we can to keep them in Connecticut.”