New London officials say Kosta Diamantis told them to hire one company for remediation, but the state says it should have solicited bids.
AAIS of West Haven, which received the bulk of CT remediation work in recent years, is ensnared in the investigation into Kosta Diamantis.
The audit did not review interactions between school districts and the school construction grants program, administered by Kosta Diamantis.
Athena Health Care Systems, one of the biggest long-term care providers in CT, has come under scrutiny in three New England states.
Connecticut was nationally lauded for its passage of a law that would implement a baby bonds program. Here’s how the program never got funded.
CT fire marshals say they can’t always meet the requirement that every residence with three or more units be inspected annually.
Amounts under $50 weren’t visible on Connecticut’s unclaimed property website — but they added up to more than $40 million.
Commissioner Angel Quiros said corrections staff who his agency finds abused a COVID hotel program will face criminal charges.
State officials plan to investigate how one company was able to recommend itself for over $87 million in work at the State Pier in New London.
CT corrections officers used a program meant to shelter them during COVID-19 to book wedding lodging and house their families, an audit says.
The number of cases using CT’s “red flag” law has increased sharply since June 1, and police are using it more to deal with suicide threats.
DiMassa said he was paid in a “wad of $100 bills” and other kickbacks in exchange for pushing fake invoices through West Haven city hall.
The arrangement, approved by the CT Port Authority, has drawn criticism from lawmakers concerned about potential conflicts of interest.
The State Contracting Standards Board hasn’t been fully staffed since it was founded after former Gov. John Rowland resigned.
CT officials didn’t track whether testing providers who collected public funding were also collecting insurance payments, a new audit states.