Former CT governor John Rowland will be released from prison on Sunday.
In January, Rowland was transferred out of federal prison and into a residential re-entry facility in New York.
The facility is overseen by the New York Residential Reentry Management Office.
Rowland was convicted twice on felony charges.
He served time following a corruption scandal that forced him to step down from office in 2004.
He was sentenced again in 2014 after he was convicted of campaign fraud, conspiracy, and obstruction of justice.
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