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Day at the Capitol
CCIM Chapter and the Connecticut SIOR Chapter’s participated
in Realtor Day on April 4th at the Capitol. We
attended along with the Connecticut Association of Realtors
to work out bills, specifically, for our chapters, HB 6360
energy scoring of real estate, we found that our group who
met at the Governors office with the liaison for Governor
Malloy, Paul Mounds, that they had struck the commercial /
industrial scoring from the bill.
We were advised by Representative Berger and Representative
Selim Noujaim, to be sure we watch this bill right to the
end, as the language gets back in with the bill. A reminder
to talk to your legislators.
attended Realtor Day was Joel Witkiewicz, Advance Realty in
Bristol; Joe Wrinn, liaison for the SIOR Chapter from
Goodfellow Ashmore in Danbury; also attending the meeting
was Jeff Ryer, CCIM/SIOR, Ryer Associates in Danbury; and
our Chapter President, Fred Petrella, CCIM, of CT. Realty
Group LLC in New Haven.
Hill III, CCIM/SIOR and Bryan Atherton, CCIM, were assigned
to go to the LOB in room 1A to deal with the Waterbury and
Valley Board of Realtors to meet with their local
legislators. Also, CARR lined up other hearing rooms for
the realty boards across Connecticut, to meet with their
various legislators. There was a huge turn out, starting
early in the morning with breakfast. Attorney Eugene
Marconi, CAR’s general counsel, did some of the speaking and
he always reminds us all to join CAR (Connecticut
Association of Realtors), to lobby for our causes at the
State Legislature. Our liaison, Joel Witkiewicz, took a
group of CCIM’s to the Polish National Hall in Hartford for
By: Tom Hill
Pictured Above: Representative Larry Butler,
Representative Selim Noujaim,
Representative Rob Sampson, Mary Ann Hebert, 2013 CAR
President, Bryan Atherton, CCIM,
Deborah Cronin, Waterbury Board and Tom Hill III, CCIM/SIOR.
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