Connecticut

LEGAL NOTICE – Request for Proposal

Gilead Community Services, Inc., a non-profit agency, New Britain, CT, invites GENERAL CONTRACTORS to submit a proposal to remodel 2 multi-person bathrooms.  Supply and install needed fixtures, new shower inserts, and all plumbing. Projects are funded by HUD and subject to Davis-Bacon prevailing wage requirements.  Proposals must be received no later than 11/16/20.  Project specifications and site visit arrangements are ...

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Call for applications: Madison seeks plan to ‘light up’ the town

Marilyn Shaw, left, and her friend Linda Keating eat outside at Allegro restaurant in downtown Madison, Conn., on Wednesday Sept. 23, 2020. The town’s Economic Development Commission is seeking applications for someone to “Light up Madison” and transform the town into a “spectacle” this winter. With the world turned upside-down by COVID-19, Ryan Duques, chairman of Madison’s Economic Development Commission, ...

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The Fitch Files: Attorney General’s Office refuses to investigate Dillon Stadium deal but questions remain

Three years ago, Dillon Stadium was a run-down, unused and possibly dangerous area, with poor grounds and rusted bleachers that were not up to code. Today it stands renewed, hosting a professional soccer team, vendors, new playing turf and seating for 5,500. But how Dillon Stadium’s revitalization came about is a matter of debate, particularly because most of it was ...

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North Stonington seeking tenant for unused wing in former school building

North Stonington Town Hall NORTH STONINGTON — With the school construction project now complete, town officials are trying to determine the best way to address an unused wing within the North Stonington Education Center. The town is seeking a partnership with an educational organization that would be able to use the autonomous, single-story wing adjacent to the Board of Education offices. ...

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Stonington moving forward with $10 million sewer bond; RFP could go out in August

STONINGTON — Town officials will move forward in securing a $10 million bond to address repair needs and improvements at three sewer facilities and 17 pumping stations, and officials said Wednesday that the project could be ready to seek proposals as early as August. Members of the Board of Finance unanimously approved the plan to bond $10 million for the project ...

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Island Ave. Committee Releases Survey with New Timeline Due to Pandemic

MADISON — The Island Avenue School Use Committee, named early this year to begin researching a use or sale of the Island Avenue building that is currently leased to a local private school, is putting out a community survey and re-orienting its process as it still plans to deliver a recommendation to the Board of Selectmen (BOS) on the building. ...

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Southington Hiring Marketing Firm To Promote Business

The town of Southington is looking to hire a marketing firm. Outdoor dining in Southington. (Southington Police Department) SOUTHINGTON, CT — The town of Southington is looking to hire a marketing firm to help promote “dining opportunities, retail, and businesses.” Target areas are Downtown Southington, Plantsville, Milldale, Marion, and the Meriden-Waterbury Road corridor, according to a request for proposals package ...

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State contracts with Yale New Haven Hospital System, Jackson Laboratory, Genesys Lab to ramp up COVID-19 testing critical to reopening

Nurses from the Bristol-Burlington Health District collects a patient’s nasal swab at Bristol Hospital’s drive-thru coronavirus specimen collection station.(Mark Mirko/Hartford Courant/TNS) Connecticut has entered into long-term agreements with the Yale New Haven Hospital System, The Jackson Laboratory and Genesys Diagnostics to conduct widespread COVID-19 testing across the state. Under the contracts: The Yale New Haven Hospital System will process up ...

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The Greenwich Department of Human Services Funding RFP To Be Released May 7, 2020

By: GREENWICHFREEPRESS The Greenwich Dept of Human Services is soliciting proposals todisburse funds to social service and behavioral health agencies for town residents through its Community Partnerships Program. The Community Partnerships Program provides financial support to community organizations that offer essential services and programs that reflect the Greenwich Dept of Human Services mission. Eligibility to apply for this funding is limited ...

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AVANGRID Expanded Wind Generation Fleet by 831 MW in 2019, Other Accomplishments Detailed in 2019 Sustainability Report

Amid pandemic, AVANGRID reaffirms commitment to investing in clean energy and supporting communities ORANGE, Conn. — AVANGRID, Inc. (NYSE: AGR) today released its 2019 Sustainability Report as it pledged to intensify its investments in a smarter, cleaner energy future throughout the pandemic crisis and beyond. AVANGRID Issues 2019 Sustainability Report Tweet this The 2019 Sustainability Report, titled “Working Together for a Clean Energy ...

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