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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.
Brenda Kupchick, elected in November as Fairfield’s first selectwoman, understandably has many goals for her inaugural term. Chief among them is introducing the town’s...
The future of the governos’s ambitious 10-year, $21 billion CT2030 plan is very much in doubt, with state Republicans remaining skeptical and several of his fellow Democratic lawmakers hedging their bets as next year’s election looms.
"Like many residents in Stamford, I don't like paying tolls," Martin said, "but I applaud the governor's courageous commitment to fixing our transportation infrastructure while being financially responsible."
Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, and Trumbull First Selectman Vicki Tesoro were all re-elected, while State Rep. Fred Camillo is taking as Greenwich First Selectman from the retiring Peter Tesei.
Following in the footsteps of their father, sibling-owned Coco and Co. offers handcrafted furniture. refurbished antiques, custom crafted jewelry, planters, apparel and other household items.
"I’d say we have more than a fighting chance" of overriding the veto, said state Rep. Brenda Kupchick (R-132nd), covering Fairfield and Southport.
The April 11 event at Fairfield University was marked by audience cries of "How?" in response to generalities about fixing the economy.
Two state legislative bills to change a controversial affordable housing law will move to Connecticut's House of Representatives for a vote.