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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Legislators work for Platt $$

State Sen. Gayle Slossberg, D-Milford
State House Speaker James Amann, D-Milford
State Rep. Richard Roy, D-Milford
State Rep. Paul Davis, D-Orange

MILFORD — The state Bond Commission is expected Friday to approve a $75,000 grant Milford’s legislative delegation secured for ventilation improvements Platt Technical High School.

"It’s important that we continue to invest in our schools like Platt Tech that provide a unique education and training experience for our students," Speaker of the House James Amann, D-Milford, said. "I am pleased we have worked together to secure this funding."

State Rep. Richard Roy, D-Milford, said, "Platt Tech deserves our support and we must continue to fund our regional vocational-technical schools because they provide programs that are so vital to our students."

State Rep. Paul Davis, D-Orange, added, "Platt Tech provides students with a comprehensive educational experience and funding these schools must continue to be a priority."

State Sen. Gayle Slossberg, D-Milford said she is pleased to see money for Platt on the bond agenda.

"These repairs are necessary to ensure our students are learning in a healthy and productive," Slossberg said.

The Connecticut Technical High School System is comprised of 18 regional vocational-technical schools and two satellite programs.



Anonymous The Scarlet Pimpernel said...

This looks more like an "Re-Elect Me" Blog. How about these people get money for Milford City education, which we have lost year after year in Harford. They need to stop blowing smoke about what they are getting for us and show me the money!

January 23, 2008 at 12:19 PM 

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