Kim Rose
At the Capitol:
Legislative Office Building, Room 4002
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8585 | 1-800-842-8267
Kim.Rose@cga.ct.gov
In the District:
292 Naugatuck Avenue
Milford, CT 06460
(203) 701-6098 cell

Current News & Events

April 1, 2014
HARTFORD STAIR CLIMB FOR AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION
State Rep. Kim Rose was interviewed by WFSB's Channel 3 Mark Dixon, for a Better CT segment, to talk about her lung cancer experience and promote Hartford's Stair Climb Fundraiser for the American Lung Association. SEE THE WFSB VIDEO
March 28, 2014
MILFORD LAWMAKERS HOLD PUBLIC MEETING
TO DISCUSS TREE TRIMMING PROGRAM

On Wednesday, April 2, Milford legislators, together with local officials and representatives from United Illuminating (UI) will hold a town meeting starting at 7:00 pm at  Milford City Hall, to explain the tree removal and tagging process, along with other relevant information. Everyone is encouraged to attend! READ MORE
Kim Rose
March 28, 2014
REP. KIM ROSE ANNOUNCES "FOUNDERS WALK" FUNDING
Rep. Kim Rose welcomed $300 thousand in state funding approved by the State Bond Commission today for the Milford Founders’ Walk Project. "Governor Malloy's interest and support of funding for this project, which will add to our community and anniversary celebration, is greatly appreciated," Rep. Rose said. "Special thanks to Rep. Maroney for his vision, leadership, and hard work on Founders’ Walk."
READ MORE
Kim Rose
March 7, 2014
MILFORD NONPROFIT RECEIVES FUNDING
Bridges A Community Support System, Inc. offering a comprehensive range of behavioral health, substance abuse and primary care services, received funding for non-profits. READ MORE
Kim Rose
February 26, 2014
REP. ROSE HOSTS HOUSING COMMITTEE CHAIR IN MILFORD TO DISCUSS AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Representative Kim Rose led a meeting with local officials and Housing Co-Chair Larry Butler (D-Waterbury) in Milford, to tour affordable and public housing developments and to talk about their housing concerns. Joining were State Representatives Paul Davis and James Maroney and Mayor Ben Blake. READ MORE
February 10, 2014
LAWMAKERS FED UP WITH METRO-NORTH
Citing the mounting problems that have plagued the Metro-North, legislators signed onto a letter addressed to the Governor and Transit Executives calling for improvements. READ MORE
Older posts →