Local Data as of June 24:
- Stamford cases: 3265
- Stamford case rate: 2516/100,000, or one out of every forty people in Stamford.
- Stamford deaths: 199
- Connecticut cases: 45,994
- Connecticut deaths: 4298
Governor Lamont signs 56th executive order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19
- Clarifies the authority granted to allow boards of assessment appeals to extend deadlines to file tax assessment appeals to ensure that grand lists are completed on time.
- Extends time for fire service personnel examinations: Modifies regulations in order to extend by 180 days the date by which examinations for fire service personnel must be completed.
- Duplicate licenses and identity cards: Modifies regulations in order to waive for six months the requirement that customers appear in person at the Department of Motor Vehicles to obtain a duplicate license or identification.
Also the Governor and Commissioner Cardona released the framework for the 20-21 school year.
From the Mayor’s Office:
- The City of Stamford announced it successfully negotiated tentative agreements with the UAW union and the MAA union that would avoid layoffs for City workers in these unions. The City continues to negotiate with all other unions to make the necessary budget cuts in accordance with the City budget passed earlier this month.
- There will be a mask giveaway and pop-up testing available on Saturday, June 27 at the Union Baptist Church, 805 Newfield Avenue from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Pre-register online at drtabby.org. Testing is provided at no cost.
- Stamford’s Board of Representatives next regularly scheduled meeting will be on Monday, July 6 at 8 p.m. Zoom Link and Agenda.
- Stamford’s Board of Finance next regularly scheduled meeting will be on Thursday, July 9 at 7 p.m.
- Stamford’s Board of Education next regularly scheduled meeting will be on Tuesday, July 28 at 7 p.m. Zoom link, Agenda; sign up to speak by emailing JGonzalez@stamfordct.gov.