If you live in Connecticut, you have a stake in our shared public lands.  Shouldn’t you have a say in how and whether they are given away?  

Historic buildings and structures grace many state owned properties and parks:   Seaside Sanatorium in Waterford and the Southbury Training School (both pictured below) to name but two.  The Connecticut legislature presently has the power to dispose of these without public input.  Too often over the years, we have seen State property given to private parties with no public input.  On November 6, please vote YES on Question 2 to ensure that you and your children have a say in the disposition of state-owned property and historic buildings.  

Click here for more information on Question 2, prepared by our partners at the ProteCT Lands Coalition. 

Help us advocate to save properties in the public trust.