Bills Pending Connecticut Joint Planning and Development Committee

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CTHB05429Intro

Sine Die
To allow for the as of right development of housing with a minimum overall gross density of fifteen dwelling units per acre located within a half-mile radius of any passenger rail or commuter rail station or any bus rapid transit station.
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2022-03-10
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTSB00393Intro

Sine Die
To establish a pilot program delegating the management of small-scale transportation projects to the Capitol Region Council of Governments.
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2022-03-10
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB05361Intro

Sine Die
To (1) clarify that certain goals and policies concerning coastal management shall apply to all public coastal resources, and (2) prohibit municipalities from restricting nonresident access to municipal parks and beaches that are accessible to reside...
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2022-03-10
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB05360Intro

Sine Die
To specify that where a project would require more than one coastal site plan review, only one such review shall be necessary.
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2022-03-04
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTSB00326Intro

Sine Die
To reduce the mill rate cap for motor vehicles and provide for a schedule of reimbursements for municipalities for lost revenue.
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2022-03-04
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB05363Intro

Sine Die
To enable the Department of Administrative Services to process municipal recording fees.
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2022-03-04
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTSB00328Intro

Sine Die
To permit members of municipal zoning commissions and municipal boards of appeals to serve as alternate members of municipal planning commissions.
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2022-03-04
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB05358Intro

Sine Die
To specify that applicants for licenses for dealing in or repairing motor vehicles shall obtain certificates of approval of location and use from the zoning enforcement official of the municipality.
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2022-03-04
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB05270Intro

Sine Die
To require homeowners with homes that have been reassessed due to failing concrete foundations to annually provide assessors with documentation of such homeowners' efforts to repair or replace such foundations.
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2022-02-28
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB05184Intro

Sine Die
To reimburse municipalities for costs associated with Project Longevity.
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2022-02-18
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTSB00129Intro

Sine Die
To authorize municipalities to exempt from real property taxes any portion of land that (1) qualifies as a greenway, (2) is a terrestrial recreational trail that does not exceed one hundred feet in width, (3) is the subject of a conservation easement...
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2022-02-18
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB05110Intro

Sine Die
To include nonprofit group homes in the state's calculations of grants in lieu of taxes payments to municipalities.
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2022-02-15
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTSB00087Intro

Sine Die
To include in the state's calculations of grants in lieu of taxes payments all currently tax-exempt real property, other than houses of religious worship, at the same percentage rate provided for college property.
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2022-02-15
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTSB00077Intro

Sine Die
To calculate the value of state forest land, for municipalities in which over fifty per cent of the land within such municipality's boundaries is state forest, as real property subject to the provisions of section 12-64 of the general statutes, for p...
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2022-02-15
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTSB00030Intro

Sine Die
To reduce the cap for mill rates imposed on motor vehicles to 30 mills and reimburse municipalities, for fiscal years commencing July 1, 2022, to July 1, 2026, inclusive, for lost revenue.
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2022-02-14
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
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