Matt Lesser

State Senator

Matt Lesser

Deputy Majority Leader

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September 19, 2022

Senator Lesser, Governor Lamont Hail $500K Rocky Hill Grant

On Monday, Governor Lamont approved more than $30 million in state grants to small towns across Connecticut, including $500,000 for Rocky Hill.

“I’m thrilled that we’ve been able to secure a $500,000 grant for Rocky Hill. The funding will go to expand sidewalks and general walkability in the area of Century Hills Drive,” Senator Matt Lesser (D-Middletown) said in a statement. “I want to offer a huge thank you to Governor Lamont for supporting Rocky Hill and investing in our smaller towns. This funding will provide side walks to residents of the Concierge, Glenbrook and Century Apartments, connecting that area to Cromwell Avenue.”

Governor Lamont said, “This sidewalk project in the Century Hills neighborhood of Rocky Hill is another step that we can take to further enhance the quality of life
in the area, and I am glad that the state can partner with the town to get this project done.”

The Small Town Economic Assistance Project (STEAP) is a grant program administered by the Office of Policy and Management under Governor Lamont.