The CT Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board has released their 2019 report to the Connecticut General assembly. The report includes an overview of recent progress, as well as a series of recommendations. 2019 CT Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Report
LIVE WEBINAR: Energy Management Services – Best Practices and Savings to Optimize Costs Presented by CRCOG and NuEnergen Wednesday, June 24 @ 10:00 AM Link to Webinar and Registration: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5691292495220967181 JOIN US FOR THIS INTERACTIVE WEBINAR WHICH WILL COVER: Energy Procurement and how to optimize rates and mitigate risk with a comprehensive supply strategy for […]
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U.S. Geological Survey Completes Nationwide Pyrrhotite Map Following Enactment Of Courtney & Larson Amendment March 30, 2020 Press Release NORWICH, CT — Today, Congressmen Joe Courtney (CT-02) and John Larson (CT-01) announced that the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has completed its work on research and development of a map showing likely pyrrhotite occurrences across the [...]
Novus is contracted through the IT Services Cooperative and was competitively bid by CRCOG. In responding to the coronavirus pandemic, many businesses and organizations are establishing plans for employees to work remotely. Novus staff is available to help with planning for this transition and are ready to assist you now with execution, if you determine that [...]
Hartford’s public meetings for its City Plan have been moved online. Information can be found here: https://hartford2035.org/ All the presentations are small in size and can be downloaded in advance, so those without good web access can use the call-in feature from a land line and follow along manually with downloaded presentations or the Plan [...]
Hartford — Connecticut is the only state in New England that has more high school graduates leaving the state for college elsewhere than it has coming to the state for college, Candace Williams of the New England Board of Higher Education said. Down the road, the top destinations for people who went to college in Connecticut [...]
Students come to Connecticut from all over the world to get a world class education. Connecticut has struggled to add these students to our workforce. Join us for an overview of recent trends in student migration, followed by a discussion of best practices for keeping graduates in the state.
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont today announced that newly released data from the Hartford Line shows that more than one million riders have utilized the commuter rail service since its launch on June 18, 2018. The one-millionth ride occurred during the busy Thanksgiving travel period in late November. Ridership on the Hartford Line, which [...]