Friday, June 10, 2016
In Portland: Rep. Carpino, Sen. Linares Update Taxpayers
Rep. Christie Carpino and Sen. Art Linares (at center) on June 6 hosted a legislative update for area residents at the Portland Public Library.
Linares can be reached at 800 842-1421 and Art.Linares@cga.ct.gov .
Taxpayers were able to ask Carpino and Linares about the recently completed session of the Connecticut General Assembly and discuss ideas on how to improve the quality of life in Connecticut. The lawmakers backed an alternative no-tax-hike budget which called for property tax relief and which restored the governor’s funding cuts to town aid. Carpino and Linares also supported the restoration of funding cuts the governor made to vital services for seniors, the disabled, and children.
Those who could not attend may contact the legislators at any time.
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