Legislative Archive

2016 Session

S.B. No. 19 Position Statement–  An Act Establishing the Transit Corridor Development Assistance Authority

H.B. 5603 Position Statement– AN ACT CONCERNING REGIONAL TECHNOLOGY

2014 Regular Session (Feb. 5, 2014 – May 7, 2014)

Summary of 2014 legislative session presented at the 2014 Hot Topics Workshop.

For a full overview, please see page 25 of the Summer 2014 issue of Connecticut Planning.

SB_117_Position_Statement – Authorizing Flexible Zoning Regulations – Raised by CCAPA as a legislative fix to MacKenzie v. Monroe. Did not pass.

SB_405_Position_Statement – Public Hearings on Subdivisions – Did not pass.

HB_5507_Position_Statement – Concerning the appointment of ZEO’s, Building Officials and Fire Marshals – Did not pass.

After the close of the 2014 session, CCAPA joined other organizations in expressing disappointment with the moratorium on affordable housing appeals in Milford. 8-30g letter CCAPA

2013 Regular Session (Jan. 9, 2013 – June 5, 2013)

RB6481_Position_Statement – Nonconforming Structures – PA 13-9 Effective Oct. 1, 2013.

RB6629_Position_Statement – Regionalism in CT – Enacted as Sections 249–264 of PA 13-247 Effective date varies.

RSB426_Position_Statement – Affordable Housing Appeals – Session ends with no changes to 8-30g.

2013-2018 State Conservation and Development Policies Plan

CCAPA-Comments on the draft plan and Testimony-before-Legislative-Committee.

State Plan was adopted by the CT General Assembly on June 5, 2013.

 

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