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Starting on Friday, May 24, the concession stand at the Clinton Town Dock will be open under new management.
Locals looking for more details on the July opening of the Amazon fulfillment center at the former Pratt & Whitney site got a major update at the April 25 Economic Development Commission spring breakfast.
Two new businesses could be coming to town after the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) approved plans. Now, it’s up to other boards to approve or deny them.
The issue of plastic pollution has garnered global attention and while the issue might seem vast and daunting, Guilford is looking to help address the issue in its own small way: a ban on single-use plastic bags at the point of checkout.
the annual Clinton Chamber of Commerce Business Expo at Andrew Memorial Town Hall. People got the chance to check out local organizations, local businesses and their products or services, sample food, enter raffles, meet costumed characters, and more at the March 30 event.
The Kate is about to undergo a facelift. Repairs to the portico of the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center were approved at a Town Meeting on March 26. The $126,000 project will renovate the pedestals and pillars facing Old Saybrook’s Main Street.
A Charles Schwab office is under construction in Old Saybrook on the west side of Main Street across the parking lot from Denali.
The long-awaited opening of the new Amazon fulfillment center at 409 Washington Avenue will have to wait another couple of months for a delayed opening, but the hiring process will begin soon with job fairs to be held in town in June.
In June 2017, the Town of Deep River wrote and adopted zoning regulations for microbreweries and micro-wineries, and now John Waldron, a Westbrook resident, is looking to open a brewery in the industrial complex at 6 Winter Avenue, which is zoned for village industrial zoning.
Westbrook is about to have its own farmers’ market, thanks to the efforts of local farmer Bonnie Hall. The farmers’ market will open on May 24, the Friday before Memorial Day weekend. It will take place on the lawn in front of the Teresa Mulvey Municipal Building from 4 to 7 p.m.
Branford First Selectman Jamie Cosgrove discussed the State of the Town at the 2019 Branford Economic Forum, presented by the Branford Economic Development Commission (EDC) on Thursday, March 28.
On Thursday, April 4, a public hearing will open on a request allowing the Parkside Village I affordable housing renovation project to delete a Melrose Avenue extension condition, and substitute Sliney Road, with alterations, to meet the town's requirement for a supplemental emergency access road to the redeveloped building.
After more than a year of preparation and review, the Town of Chester Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) 2019-’29 has been officially approved and will become effective as of April 1, 2019.
The Planning & Zoning Commission unanimously approved an application for special permit submitted by Janice Liscinsky to operate her dog training business The Perfect Pup at 500 Main Street in the CT Valley Industrial & Professional Park at the commission’s March 21 meeting.