On Thursday, July 11 at 2:00pm the Town is holding a ribbon cutting ceremony at the end of Steamboat Road to celebrate the completion of improvements to the historic pier.
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The new Central Fire Station was re-dedicated on Wednesday. Continue Reading →
Siebert and some of her department heads will talk about current and planned business in front of her department. Public Works includes responsibility for construction, development, maintenance of the physical properties in town except the schools. Free and open to the public. Begins promptly at 11:00am at First Presbyterian Church. Continue Reading →
Booth Court neighbor contends that laws requiring disclosure of lead paint are very strict, and penalties for noncompliance are steep. “According to EPA and HUD, since each Disclosure Rule requirement is a distinct obligation, failure to comply with any requirement constitutes a violation. Currently, Disclosure Rule violations are punishable up to $11,000 per violation.” Continue Reading →
“Housing Authority suppressed its unfavorable findings from its own consultants, Fuss & O’Neill EnviroScience, LLC in April 2014. It hired a New Jersey firm not licensed as Environmental Professionals in Connecticut, and they mis-represented the CT standards, so the bad test results were not revealed. Mr. Tesei is very correct, however, that there is lots of mis-information.” – Mike Finkbeiner, a graduate of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Continue Reading →