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ONS' Harrison office is not accepting appointments until the pandemic abates.
Bridgeport’s Lecoq Cuisine Corp. has laid off 181 workers. “Although this action may be temporary, given the uncertainty created by this pandemic, this separation may be permanent,” according to Chief People Officer Laura Brown.
“We are starting to plan for our economic recovery and continue to look to book events over the next couple of years,” says Thomas Madden, Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau chair and Director of Economic Development for Stamford.
In keeping with its healthy philosophy, the maker of non-alcoholic beer donates 2% of all sales to a selected trail or park as part of its “Two for the Trails” initiative. “We’re hoping to donate a six-figure sum this year," says co-founder Bill Shufelt.
Work includes the “gut” rehabilitation of 42 units, 11 of which will be for households with 25% Area Median Income (AMI) and 31 of which will be for households with 50-60% AMI.
As for personal protective equipment (PPE), the governor said that while the wait continues for federal supplies to arrive, "We're not gonna sit around and wait for the cavalry to come in." Lamont said the state is "vetting lots of different options, offers" for PPE, "some of which seem a little shady, frankly."
The nonprofit announced yesterday that it is donating 60,551 laptops to students attending high school in some of the state’s most under-resourced school districts.
The completion of the sales "underscores the overall buyer demand for new construction, city-inspired living in traditionally suburban markets,” said Joanne Mancuso, a real estate agent in Houlihan Lawrence’s Greenwich office.
“We have had patients having to travel 40-50 miles for cancer care, particularly with post-surgical procedures when they’re not feeling well," hospital president Norman Roth said. “There’s no reason to have to continue to do that.”
The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) State Laboratory has identified three additional presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, Gov Ned Lamont announced today. To...
The new owners of the property are only known as Hurlingham Green LLC.
Built in 2009 on 2.2 acres, 131 Meadow Road is an 11,365-square-foot, six-bedroom, seven-bath estate with what realtor Houlihan Lawrence promises are water views from nearly every room.
The Georgian Colonial property is located on a 1-acre waterfront lot with access to Indian Harbor.
Urstadt retired as chairman of the Greenwich-based real estate investment trust last year.