Senator Tony Hwang was selected to receive the Connecticut Council of Small Towns’ (COST) Award in recognition of his leadership role in championing the interests of small towns at the State Capitol, according to a press release submitted to the Easton Courier.

The Connecticut Council of Small Towns (COST) is an advocacy organization committed to giving small towns a strong voice in the legislative process. Its members are Connecticut towns with populations of less than 35,000, the press release said.

Sen. Hwang represents Connecticut’s District 28, which includes Easton, Newtown, Fairfield, and parts of Weston and Westport.

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