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“I don’t know that we lost a single business” to the Covid crisis, Brenda Kupchick said.
Another package store with the same name had occupied the space from 1995 to 2003.
Although one supporter calls Lamont's bill “as tightly written as I have ever seen,” others say it does not go far enough in making the playing field equitable -- and other opponents object to legalizing marijuana at all.
“I myself gave the shop local e-gift cards as presents this holiday season,” said Fairfield First Selectwoman Brenda Kupchick.
“The terrorists, traitors and enablers who instigated, aided, and abetted this coup -- including those in Congress -- must be held accountable and never walk these halls of democracy again," said Connecticut Attorney General William Tong.
According to the town, the cost to remediate the contaminated site is between $5 million and $10 million.
The inquiry will help "determine whether the companies are meeting their legal obligations and whether any penalties need to be applied," Gov. Ned Lamont said. "The people of Connecticut deserve better than the service they are receiving.”
To date, Woofgang & Co. has provided 8,000 hours of vocational training as well as 2,000 hours of customer service training to young people who have been diagnosed with a wide range of disabilities.
Around the state, some favor opening businesses now, while others favor slowly rolling out certain sectors. Even Gov. Ned Lamont, who has said an official strategic announcement will be made on May 20, is now indicating some reopenings could occur sooner.
Trumbull’s Town Council has approved an independent audit of the Board of Education’s finances to investigate what “appears to be the result of systemic problems that began before I took office,” First Selectman Vicki Tesoro said.
The 10-acre project at 219 Ash Creek Blvd. would include five apartment buildings featuring 357 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units.
On tolls, Fairfield First Selectwoman Brenda Kupchick said the governor “needs to once and for all just give it up. He’s changed positions so many times, and the way it stands now it’s not going to make anywhere near the money that’s needed.”
Robert Mayer was dismissed from his job by newly-elected First Selectman Brenda Kupchick on Jan. 15.
“We have a developer ready to put a shovel in the ground at our metro train station,” says First Selectwoman Brenda Kupchick. “But we need a business willing to make the first step to add to the vision for this area.
The federal agency requires the town to provide information within 10 days of receipt about what action it will take to address the PCB contamination.
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