Your Calls Are Making a Difference! Keep It Up!

July 25, 2018

We still have a little time!

If you’ve been following the news about the $10 million toll study, you will see that the public outcry against this proposal is making a difference.

First, State Comptroller Kevin Lembo said he will not vote the $10 million in bonding for the study. The ACLU also raised concerns about privacy.

Today, State Treasurer Denise Nappier said she will abstain from voting on the measure.

While neither official credits phone calls in opposition to the bonding, it’s clear something has given them pause.

The State Bond Commission convenes at 10:30 tomorrow. There is still a littl time for you to let the members know that putting $10 million on the state’s credit card to pay for a toll “study” is wrong.

Contact the members at:

Governor Malloy
(860) 566-4840

Benjamin Barnes, Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management
(860-418-6500), [email protected]

Denise L. Nappier, State Treasurer
(860)702-3010 [email protected]

Kevin P. Lembo, State Comptroller
(860) 702-3301, [email protected]

George C. Jepsen, Attorney General
(860) 808-5318, [email protected]

Melody A. Currey, Commissioner of the Department of Administrative Services
(860) 713-5100, [email protected]

John W. Fonfara, Senator and Co-Chair Finance Revenue and Bonding Committee
(860) 240-8600, [email protected]

Jason Rojas, Representative and Co-Chair Finance Revenue and Bonding
Committee (860) 240-8500, [email protected]