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CTHB05272Intro
25%
To (1) modify the dates upon which the approval of certain land use applications will expire, (2) increase the maximum payments from the New Home Construction Guaranty Fund from thirty thousand dollars to fifty thousand dollars, (3) allow the Commiss...
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 28]
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CTHB05277Intro
25%
To amend the charter of the South Central Connecticut Water Authority to (1) allow the authority to conduct noncore business outside the state, (2) increase the compensation to members, (3) increase the membership from five to seven, (4) adjust meeti...
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 28]
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CTSB00227Intro
25%
To require each municipality to register and maintain a ".gov" top-level Internet domain.
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 28]
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CTHB05276Intro
25%
To remove property tax exemptions for any real property acquired by an independent institution of higher education on and after October 1, 2024.
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 28]
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CTHB05278Intro
25%
To provide planning grants and other incentives for municipal transit-oriented development projects.
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 28]
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CTSB00225Intro
25%
To make certain motor vehicles used exclusively for farming eligible for personal property tax exemptions.
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 28]
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CTHB05274Intro
25%
To revise provisions of the charter of the Secret Lake Association concerning annual and special meetings, the assessment and collection of taxes, and the approval of certain contracts.
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 28]
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CTHB05275Intro
25%
To increase the threshold for exemption from certain auditing requirements for nonstate entities from three hundred thousand dollars to five hundred thousand dollars, specify the permissible time period for granting extensions to file certain audit r...
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 28]
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CTSB00224Intro
25%
To require municipal assessors to notify owners of residential buildings that have been reassessed due to defective concrete foundations of upcoming revaluation cycles, and make technical changes.
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 28]
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CTSB00226Intro
25%
To increase the threshold for sealed bidding on municipal contracts for the purchase of real and personal property from twenty-five thousand dollars to fifty thousand dollars.
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2024-02-22
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CTHB05273Intro
25%
To implement the recommendations of the Intergovernmental Policy and Planning Division within the Office of Policy and Management concerning assessment, tax collection, revaluation, discretionary funding, the regional performance incentive program, t...
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2024-02-22
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CTHB05169Intro
25%
To prohibit the issuance of a building permit for the construction or substantial alteration of a swimming pool unless certain barriers are included in the construction plan.
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2024-02-16
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CTHB05170Intro
25%
To require the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to develop an online training program for members and staff of inland wetlands agencies and specify that extensions of time for certain decisions of municipal commissions, boards and ag...
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2024-02-16
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CTSB00151Intro
25%
To extend the report deadline for the working group to study the implementation of federal Title IX protections for all municipal recreation areas and school sports facilities.
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2024-02-16
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CTSB00150Intro
25%
To (1) require certain municipalities to establish community investment boards to identify priorities for the use of municipal revenue sharing grants, (2) require the Office of Policy and Management to accept proposals for solutions to problems speci...
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2024-02-16
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CTHB05173Intro
25%
To authorize the posting of advertisements of legal notices on municipal Internet web sites.
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2024-02-16
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CTHB05168Intro
25%
To permit the installation of certain solar power generating systems that serve single-family detached units in common interest ownership communities.
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2024-02-16
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CTHB05172Intro
25%
To specify the manner in which motor vehicles used for commercial purposes and motor vehicles not used for commercial purposes shall be assessed for property taxation purposes.
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2024-02-16
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CTHB05174Intro
25%
To allow the installation of temporary shelter units for persons experiencing homelessness on real property owned by religious organizations.
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2024-02-16
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CTHB05167Intro
25%
To authorize municipalities to abate up to five hundred dollars per assessment year of property taxes for certain first-time homebuyers who obtain a loan from the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority.
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2024-02-16
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CTSB00149Intro
25%
To prohibit foreclosure, assignment and other enforcement actions for unpaid sewer assessment and other fees and charges in the case of owner-occupied real property for which the principal of such unpaid assessments, fees and charges is less than fou...
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2024-02-16
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CTSB00148Intro
25%
To prohibit publishers of electronic books and digital audiobooks from including certain restrictions in contracts or license agreements with libraries in the state.
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2024-02-16
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CTHB05171Intro
25%
To require municipal tax collectors to waive interest on delinquent property tax payments if such delinquency is attributable to an error made by the tax assessor or tax collector, and not the result of any action or failure on the part of the taxpay...
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2024-02-16
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