Monthly Archives: March 2018

Greenwichtime covering the Budget

GREENWICH — With budget cuts to social services programs throughout the state a reality in the new state budget, how is government able to address human needs? That was the central question put before the town’s top elected official and its legislative delegation to Hartford at the Greenwich United Way’s legislative breakfast on Tuesday morning. […]

State funding for the New Lebanon School

GREENWICH – State Representative Mike Bocchino (R-Greenwich) praised the distribution of the first phase of state funding for the New Lebanon School, which is scheduled to open in February of 2019. The town received $3,955,139 as the first round of reimbursement dollars came through. “The Greenwich Delegation and I are thrilled to see this critical project moving […]

Fighting against bus fare increases

I joined many of my fellow legislators and several concerned residents at the DOT hearing in Stamford on February 27. The DOT has proposed significant rail and bus fare increases over the next few years, which will create a huge burden for commuters. In addition to the rate hikes, rail service reductions have been proposed, […]