Second District U.S. Representative Joe Courtney visited Connecticut Water’s water main replacement project in the Heritage Woods neighborhood of Tolland this week. Congressman Courtney’s visit focused on the infrastructure investments being made by the company in its water systems to enhance reliability and water quality, the work of the skilled men and women in the construction trades who build these systems, the local jobs created by that investment, and the coordination of the project with town road projects.
Connecticut Water Service, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTWS) today posted a video showing how Connecticut Water shareholders can vote with the GREEN proxy card “FOR” the transaction with SJW Group (NYSE: SJW). The video is available under the “How to Vote” tab on www.sjw-ctws.com and http://ir.ctwater.com.
Connecticut Water Service, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTWS) today sent a letter to shareholders in connection with the previously announced transaction with SJW Group (NYSE: SJW). The Special Meeting of Connecticut Water Shareholders to vote on the transaction will be held on November 16, 2018.
Connecticut Water Service, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTWS) today announced that it has filed definitive proxy materials with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and is mailing a letter to shareholders in connection with the Special Meeting of Connecticut Water Shareholders to vote on the previously announced transaction with SJW Group (NYSE: SJW). The Connecticut Water Service Board of Directors unanimously recommends that shareholders “go green” and vote “FOR” the proposal to approve the SJW Group merger agreement as well as all other proposals related to the SJW Group transaction on the GREEN proxy card. Importantly, not voting has the same effect as a vote against the transaction.
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy today released the Connecticut Critical Infrastructure 2018 Annual Report, a comprehensive review the state’s electric, natural gas, and large water companies’ efforts to detect and prevent cybersecurity threats. The report stated that while Connecticut’s utilities faced more frequent and sophisticated penetration attempts in the past year, they were met with “adequate defense capabilities.”
On Aug. 15, 2018, the Connecticut Water Company (“the Company”) received unanimous approval from the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) on a Settlement Agreement that was developed between the Company and the state’s consumer advocate at the Office of the Consumer Counsel (OCC).