Windham Town Councilor Dawn Niles, Town Councilor Dennis O’Brien, Rep. Susan Johnson, Town Councilor Tom DeVivo, and Sen. Mae Flexer at the Legislative Office Building.


Senior and Community Center to Move Forward

May 15, 2017

The State Bond Commission approved the use of prior funding for the Senior and Community Center at a new location.

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Priorities for 2017 Legislative Session

January 5, 2017

Rep. Susan Johnson was sworn in for a two-year term today when the General Assembly convened for its 2017 session. Rep. Johnson outlined her priorities for 2017 in a message to voters.

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CTNext awards grant for innovation

October 21, 2016

Northeastern Connecticut’s plans for reinvigorating the local innovation economy will move forward as the result of a grant announced today by The CTNext Program. The Northeast Innovation Hub has been awarded a $50,000 grant, the maximum amount offered, to jump-start the development of Northeast Connecticut’s “innovation places.”

State Senator Mae Flexer led passage of the innovation economy law passed this year, which includes the creation of “Innovation Places.”

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Johnson fights vo-tech school closings

October 6, 2016

Rep. Susan Johnson speaks out against a state Department of Education proposal to close vocational-technical schools to help balance the state budget. Johnson said the plan is short-sighted. View video of Rep. Johnson speaking

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