State Representative J.P. Sredzinski has filed the necessary paperwork with to run for re-election in the 112th district of Monroe and a portion of Newtown.
Sredzinski currently serves on the General Assembly's Public Safety & Security, Commerce, and Internship Committees. He is also a founding member of the Young Legislators Caucus, a bipartisan group of Representatives and Senators under forty years of age.
Among the accomplishments he touts from his first term is office is helping to secure a $500,000 grant from the State for the Monroe Volunteer EMS to use toward a new facility and co-sponsoring a bill which makes the development of Emergency Operation Plans less burdensome to municipalities.
One of his top priorities if reelected is to fix the state's lagging economy. He also wants to see budget problems addressed in the long term by advancing policies which would make Connecticut more attractive for job creators.
Sredzinski is a 13 year resident of Monroe whose past community service includes the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Greater Bridgeport Regional Planning Agency, the Connecticut EMS Advisory Board, Monroe Little League and more. He also served as an elected Town Councilmember from 2005 until his election to the General Assembly in 2014. He concurrently serves as the Chairman of the Monroe Police Department Renovation Committee whose work is near completion. Sredzinski works full time for the Town of Stratford as a 911 Dispatch Supervisor.