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  • Joshua Vincent
    After a nerve-breaking brief detour, the Connecticut LVT Bill has a Senate number for a vote, #307. As SB977 was a Senate Bill, it will have to pass there, get
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 18, 2005
      After a nerve-breaking brief detour, the Connecticut LVT Bill has a Senate number for a vote, #307.
      As SB977 was a Senate Bill, it will have to pass there, get into the House, and then to Governor Jody Rell's desk. The Bill has been amended to take "clean and green"/current use law into account in these towns (I.e. split-rate LVT will not affect these open space preservation parcels).

      http://www.cga.ct.gov/asp/cgabillstatus/cgabillstatus.asp?selBillType=Senate+Cal%23&bill_num=307&which_year=2005&SUBMIT.x=13&SUBMIT.y=13<about:blank>

      Any ideas? Were you Governor's Rell's roommate in college? Let us know.

      Joshua Vincent, Director
      Center for the Study of Economics
      1518 Walnut Street, Suite 604
      Philadelphia, Pa 19102 USA
      215.545.6004

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