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The Kennedy Center finishes renovation project

From left, Martin D. Schwartz, David Rutigliano, Jo Ann McMullan, vice president of development for the center, Tony Hwang and Tim Herbst.

Using a $299,000 grant applied for by the town of Trumbull from the state’s Small Town Economic Assistance Program, renovation of The Kennedy Center’s parking lot and grounds at 39 Lindeman Drive in Trumbull has been completed.

The project included engineering, design and construction involving parking lots, sidewalks, curbs and landscaping, in compliance with state ADA regulations. This Lindeman Drive location serves as the center’s administrative, program and transportation hub.

Trumbull First Selectman Timothy Herbst said, “The Kennedy Center does an amazing job providing services to people and families throughout the region. We are proud to have them in Trumbull.”

Martin D. Schwartz, the center’s president and CEO, said, “This substantial funding has made our building at 39 Lindeman Drive much safer and more accessible for the hundreds of people with and without disabilities who access the building on a daily basis.”

Schwartz thanked Herbst, State Rep. David Rutigliano and State Senator Tony Hwang for their assistance in obtaining the grant.

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