CTPOA recognizes State Legislators at the Annual Holiday Party

BY: Michael Downesdecosmo-oneill-slider

In recognition of over 28 years of legislative advocacy for the rights of property owners across Connecticut, State Representative Arthur O’Neill (R-69) was awarded the “Lifetime Achievement Award” by the Connecticut Property Owners Alliance at their annual holiday dinner and awards ceremony held the evening of December 7th at the Grand Oak Villa in Oakville.

“I’m deeply honored to receive this award,” said Rep. O’Neill.  “CTPOA and I worked hard together to stop bad tenants from abusing the system while protecting the rights of law-abiding tenants.  I look forward to working with them in the next legislative session that starts in January.”

CTPOA President Bob DeCosmo presented the award, noting that O’Neill, who assisted with the founding of the organization, has been an essential aspect of the success of the group and their policy goals of ensuring that fair housing laws are fair for all parties involved.

The CTPOA also recognized Representatives Cara Pavalock (R-77) and Rep. Larry Butler (D-72) with their “Legislative Leadership Award.”

A network of professional rental property owners across the state, CTPOA share the goal of improving business conditions for the property owner community.