Quasi-Public Agencies

Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA)

On June 15, 2012 the Connecticut General Assembly officially established the Capital Region Development Authority, (CRDA), replacing the quasi-public entity formerly known as the Capital City Economic Development Authority, (CCEDA).

Public Act 12-147 not only re-designates CCEDA as CRDA, but it also allows the new Authority the same powers as CCEDA to plan and implement specified Capital district projects. The Act also expands the original CCEDA district and permits CRDA to plan and implement some of these projects outside of the district.

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