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A new ShopRite supermarket and other retail outlets would be coming to 320 Saw Mill River Road (Route 9A) in Elmsford if approvals are...
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.
Involved in bringing about the HomeGoods sale was New York City-based real estate investment brokerage firm B+E. It has developed a transactional platform on the internet specializing in the sale of net lease commercial properties occupied by a single tenant and 1031 exchanges.
The program is structured so that businesses that make charitable contributions to a qualified program are eligible to receive a credit, valued at 60% to 100% of the amount contributed, on their state corporate income tax.
The resulting company, Biomerics NLE, will provide full-service metal processing to the interventional and surgical medical device markets.
“You don’t have to buy every book,” former librarian Pia Ledina says, adding with a laugh, “Although obviously I’d like my customers to.”
Monroe is in some ways still a rural community -- “Our residential districts are all still called ‘residential and farming districts,’” notes First Selectman Ken Kellogg – but one that is determined to restart the competitive process for development.
Company chief Willing L. Biddle said the property "did not meet our current investment objectives."
Veracious’ output of 1,000 barrels a year is a far cry from the approximately 60,000 that Stratford brewing behemoth Two Roads puts out annually, but then that kind of production has never been the Szamatulskis’ plan.
“This is a refreshing concept for Monroe, bringing a new style and energy that I believe will encourage even more growth,” says First Selectman Ken Kellogg.
Newtown Savings Bank’s new tagline — “The Power of Local” — comes with what President Ken Weinstein says is a twist: They really mean it.
“Connecticut is not a good place to do business right now,” says Mark Szamatulski, co-owner of Veracious Brewing Co. in Monroe. “None of us make the rules, and if they can just keep shifting them around to benefit the bigger guys, where does that leave us?”