Looming Question: What Highway, Transit Systems Does CT Want?

Looming Question: What Highway, Transit Systems Does CT Want?
The answers have been long on wishes but short on recommendations about how to pay for them. As with many states, Connecticut is burdened with interstate highways, overpasses and ramps that need major work, and a growing push for better mass transit.
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Chamber Happenings: Award honoring O'Leary's efforts well-deserved
The chamber's public policy programming strives to partner with government at the federal, state, and local levels to enhance our region's economy. We've been proud to work with Waterbury Mayor Neil O'Leary's administration in this regard, and recently …
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More Than 5000 Undocumented Residents Sign Up For Drivers License Test
Nearly 5,400 undocumented Connecticut residents made appointments to take a written driving test from the Department of Motor Vehicles Monday as the state began the first phase of its “Drive Only” license program. The law, which was approved by the …
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Soldier to be Honored for Volunteer Work by Naugatuck Seniors
The Naugatuck Senior Center will honor Army Staff Sgt. Curtiss Leilich for his volunteer work at the center, Paul Singley reports for the Republican-American. Leilich will be honored at a luncheon at the center at 1 p.m. on Thursday. Leilich began …
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