Connecticut's New Trout & Salmon Stamp
In order to maintain it's trout and salmon programs, DEEP has established an additional revenue source. The fee for a trout & salmon stamp is $5 and $3 for CT Residents 16-17 years old. The trout & salmon stamp is now required for everyone 16 years old and above if you:
1. Fish in the designated Trout Management Areas, Wild Trout Management Areas, Trout Parks & Atlantic Salmon Broodstock areas
2. if you harvest trout, Kokanee or Atlantic Salmon.
RECORDING FEE CHANGE - EFFECTIVE DATE: December 1, 2017
With the passing of Bill No. 1502 the fee for recording land records will increase to $60.00 for the first page of the document and still remain as $5.00 for each additional page. Mortgage Electronic Recording documents will remain the same.
§ 665 — DOCUMENT RECORDING FEE
Increases, from $3 to $10, the recording fee municipalities charge to generate revenue for preserving historic documents
Currently the municipality retains $1 of each fee for municipal historic document preservation and remits $2 of each fee to the state librarian for state historic document preservation
The bill doubles each of these amounts and requires municipalities to remit the remaining $4 to the state to be credited to the General Fund