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DEEP Invites Public Comment on ’21 Applications

Deadline | April 19, 2021 The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is inviting public comment on the 2021 round…

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Speak up for Open Space Funding!

Your Testimony is Needed by Tuesday (3/23) On Wednesday (3/24), the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee is holding a public…

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SB 887 Bond Package Additional Info

More information on SB 887, An Act Authorizing And Adjusting Bonds Of The State For Capital Improvements, Transportation And Other…

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SB 887 Public Hearing Announcement

Committee: FINANCE, REVENUE AND BONDING COMMITTEE Hearing Date: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 2021 The Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee will hold…

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CLCC Testimony on HB 6441 and Municipal Funding Option

Now available, CLCC’s testimony in favor of House Bill No. 6441, An Act Concerning Climate Change Adaptation and the Municipal…

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Public Hearing on Monday, March 8

Submit Testimony and Ask your Legislators to Co-Sponsor HB 6441 to Support New Options for Local Funding to Adapt to Climate…

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HB 6441 Public Hearing Instructions

*ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE MONDAY, MARCH 8, 2021 The Environment Committee will hold a public hearing on Monday, March 8, 2021 at…

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Governor Lamont Moves Connecticut Forward with New Options for Local Funding to Adapt to Climate Change

Conservation Advocates Applaud Introduction of the Governor’s Bill to Conserve Connecticut’s Valuable Ecosystems Including the Municipal Funding Option and Other…

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Bring on the 2021 Session

The 2021 Connecticut General Assembly convenes on January 6. Creating, protecting, and enhancing land conservation funding are at the top…

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