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Want to know what your neighbor's state pension is? Now there's a way
Out of the $2 billion in pension payments Connecticut will make this year, the average is $38,212 and the largest is more than $322,000 for a retired University of Connecticut Health Center professor. The smallest pension payment in 2018 was...
Pension Stability Commission Heads Into Overtime
The Pension Stability Commission won’t finish its work before the start of a new legislative session, but its members intend to ask Speaker of the House Joe Aresimowicz for permission to continue. The commission is looking to finalize its...
Malloy Touts Investments, Offers One Regret
Following his last state Bond Commission meeting, Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy talked about the progress the state has made in growing the economy, and he offered at least one regret. Over this past year, he said the...
Lamont’s curveball: Nancy Wyman as Democratic chair
Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman, who is leaving office next month as one of the most popular figures in Democratic politics, emerged Wednesday night as Gov.-elect Ned Lamont’s unifying, if surprising, choice to succeed Nick Balletto as chair of the...
PKF O'Connor Davies to Combine with GKG CPAs
PKF O'Connor Davies has nine offices in four states, including two Connecticut offices in Wethersfield.
Borgida & Company Holds Record-breaking 13th Annual Food Drive
The firm's clients and staff donated a record-breaking 2,650 pounds of food and $1,235 in monetary donations.
Lamont taps ex-Dodd aide, Hartford budget chief
Gov.-elect Ned Lamont made his first appointments Tuesday, naming his transition director, Ryan Drajewicz, as his chief of staff and Hartford’s top fiscal official, Melissa McCaw, as his secretary of policy and management, the agency responsible...
Lamont names legal counsel and senior adviser
Gov.-elect Ned Lamont, who went outside the State Capitol for a chief of staff and budget director, rounded out the top echelon of his staff Monday with two experienced insiders: Superior Court Judge Robert W. Clark as general counsel and Colleen...
What's the state borrowing money for?
A kitchen renovation company in Hartford, the State Pier in New London and advanced manufacturing programs by the state university system are among the entities expected to receive millions Tuesday from the State Bond Commission. The meeting...
As toll debate rages on, DOT wants $12.1B over next five years to invest in CT's infrastructure
A new capital plan recently released by the state DOT calls on Connecticut to spend $12.1 billion over the next five years to rebuild its highways and bridges and invest in public transportation.