Waterbury Mayor To Lead Connecticut Municipal OrganizationWaterbury Mayor Neil O'Leary will lead the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities, the state's largest association of cities and towns, in the new year.
Gov. Malloy, Municipal Organizations Meet To Discuss State AidWith state aid to cities and towns on the table as budget talks continue, Governor Dannel P. Malloy met with leaders of municipal organizations today.
CCM Director: Sales Tax Hike Should Benefit MunicipalitiesThe executive director of the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities says a sales tax hike like the one pitched in a proposed state budget by House Democrats won't work.
Groups Urge State To Reform Taxes, Encourage CooperationRetaining Connecticut's workforce, overhauling taxes and fees, and creating regional cooperation are some of the recommendations from a recent economic summit held by an unusual coalition of state interest groups.
Local Leaders Decry $50-million In Mid-year State Aid CutsConnecticut education and municipal leaders are voicing concerns about $50 million worth of mid-year cuts to state aid for local schools and governments.
Group Working On New Plan To Help Connecticut MunicipalitiesConnecticut's largest association of cities and towns is coming up with a plan to increase regional cooperation and review new taxing options.
Push For Regional Cooperation Intensifies In ConnecticutThe mayor of Connecticut's capital city is making a pitch for more regional cooperation, urging wealthier neighbors to help him solve a massive budget deficit.
CCM Sets Legislative PrioritiesConnecticut's legislative session starts a week from today.
Municipalities Want Legislature To Maintain State Aid
State Municipal Leaders To Unveil Gun Proposals