Posts Tagged ‘CT Firefighter’s Memorial’


CSFA 2015 Hall of Fame Dinner – Congrats to the Honorees!

The Connecticut State Firefighters Association Honors the Best of the Bravest Hundreds of Firefighters from across the state celebrated with families, friends and colleagues at the Seventh Annual Hall of Fame Dinner for the Connecticut State Firefighters Association. Once again, the event was tremendous success and CSFA would like to thank everyone who helped to […]

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CT State Firefighters Assoc. Hall of Fame Dinner next week, Wednesday, April 8, 2015

CT Firefighters prep for CSFA Hall of Fame Dinner 2015 Once again, tradition prevails and firefighters statewide are working together to organize and present the Connecticut State Firefighters Association Seventh Annual Hall of Fame Dinner.  So much has been going on behind the scenes as the event date draws near: Wednesday April 8th, 2015. CSFA […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – February 16, 2015 from Ted Schroll, Jr.

All, Just a quick rundown since I sent info on last Wed.  Public hearings coming up this week include; Tues. 2/17  Public Safety H.B. #6776 (Just Cause for Dismissal of Fire Chiefs), S.B. #475, #631, & S.B. 902 (PTSD W/C coverage for police officers & firefighters). Tues. 2/17 Labor H.B. #5871 (Cancer W/C coverage for firefighters). Thurs. 2/19 […]

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CSFA announces the 2014 Annual Convention & Parade in Litchfield, CT – Friday, Sept. 19 – through Sunday, Sept. 21

  The 2014 CSFA Convention and Parade – Friday Sept. 19 through Sunday Sept. 21   CSFA welcomes all family and friends of the Fire Service to join the family fun at our 131st annual Convention weekend and parade. This year the Connecticut State Firefighters Association proudly joins the Litchfield Fire Department as it celebrates […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – May 14, 2014 from Ted Schroll, Jr.

All, The 2014 regular session of the CT General Assembly came to an end at midnight on Wednesday 5/7/2014.  As you will notice by the number of bills passed on 5/7, there was a flurry of last minute activity.  I am sending along the listing of tracked bills as of Thursday A.M., the “day after”. As I […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – April 21, 2014 from Ted Schroll, Jr. with House Bill Status Report

  All, The General Assembly continues to move along at it’s usual pace.  The House met two days this week; the Senate met one day.  Because of the short session year, some bills are only now being published and placed on their respective calendars.  You will note that some of those just arriving on the […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – April 14, 2014 from Ted Schroll, Jr. with House Bill Status Report

All,   The 2014 session of the General Assembly moves closer to adjournment.  There is approximately 3.5 weeks left to the end of the regular session.  There is not too much to report this week among the bills we are tracking.  Several more bills came out of LCO and were placed on the calendar.  The […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – April 6, 2014 from Ted Schroll, Jr. with House Bill Status Report

All, As of this past Friday all committees are closed to any new legislation.  If bills have not had any committee action by this time, they are considered DEAD for this session.  I have noted these items on this week’s listing in case there are any questions.  I will be removing them from the list […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – March 11, 2014 from Ted Schroll, Jr. with House Bill Status Report

  All, The 2014 legislative session continues.  New bills published this week include H.B. #5503, #5507, #5531, #5533, #5537, S.B. #386, #416, #426, #427, & #430. Three more new bills are to be published tomorrow (Monday) morning, H.B. #5541, #5542, & S.B. #439. Public Hearings next week: 3/10     Judiciary           S. B. #386 3/11     Public Safety    H. […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – March 4, 2014 from Ted Schroll, Jr. with House Bill Status Report

    All, Not much to add from last week.  I have added 3 bills to the list; H.B. #5288, H.B. #5388, & S.B. #289.  H.B. #5288 came across our radar this past week when a legislator asked me to source out fire departments that may have corrosion problems with apparatus as a result of chemical road treatments […]

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