Gov. Malloy to Tour Storm Damage in Windsor, East Windsor

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Later today, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will visit two north-central Connecticut communities hit by Monday\’s tornado.

He will stop at Thrall\’s Farm in Windsor at 12:30 p.m. to announce details of assistance to farmers who suffered weather-related losses. And at 1:30 p.m., the governor will stop  at Sports World on Main Street in East Windsor. The facility suffered heavy damage in the storm.


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4 thoughts on “Gov. Malloy to Tour Storm Damage in Windsor, East Windsor

  1. Richard

    Its good to know Thrall’s farm is still there. Ed Thrall was a Yankee classic. Far enough to the right of the tea party he even rented his dance hall to the KKK just to anger the Big Government Progressives.

  2. Richard

    FWIW there was never any indication Ed supported the KKK. The Klan were merely pawns in Thralls scheme to anger the locals who would tell him government has a right to issue permits on fit property use. The KKK was Thralls gifted response to the civil liberties question.

  3. Connecticut is Circling the Drain

    Be careful people. Malloy will be banning the harvesting of tobacco next.

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