On Monday, Senator Chris Murphy set out on a journey to walk across the state of Connecticut. His goal? To see Connecticut in a new way and speak directly with the people he represents in Washington. On Wednesday, we caught up with the Senator at Shell Beach in Guilford, a favorite recreational clamming spot for residents. […]
As Connecticut’s legislative session ended at midnight Wednesday, hundreds of bills including some of our priorities fell victim to the clock and lengthy budget negotiations. Despite this, we saw victories for the environment including a Blue Plan for Long Island Sound, transportation funding, and the defeat of a number of bad bills.
The recall and the closure are directly linked to warmer water temperatures.
This past Wednesday, elected officials representing 14 municipalities in Long Island formally established the Oyster Bay/Cold Spring Harbor Protection Committee. The signing of the Inter-Municipal Agreement codifies the relationship between the municipalities who have been working together since January 2010 at the recommendation of Friends of the Bay.