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The property has been unoccupied for the last 15 years.
“Some salon workers are so petrified that they just quit.”
"This pilot program gives longtime employees and new hires alike the flexibility to work in a way that’s best for their families and for their peace of mind," said Managing Partner Kevin J. Keane.
Mayor Mark Lauretti stated the funds will help boost the city's economic revitalization.
Affected workers in Fairfield County include 64 at 14 Danbury Road in Wilton; 89 at 698 Bridgeport Ave. in Shelton; and 66 at 116 Newtown Road in Danbury.
“Even under normal circumstances, there are sometimes delays to services beyond anyone’s control," says Jonathan L. Green, a licensed funeral director/embalmer at Abraham L. Green & Son Funeral Home in Fairfield. "We are working closely with the medical community, and local and state governments to keep our traditions while safely navigating this public health crisis.”
The county’s overall availability rate rose to 26.8% from 26.6% last quarter, with net absorption down by 76,000 square feet, while deals for less than 5,000 square feet represented almost 30% of the quarter’s total leasing.
Live streams of “open houses” via apps like Zoom have become popular, with the agent or owner providing tours and answers to multiple potential buyers or renters.
The MOD-CLIPS hold the face mask in place, thus reducing the need for constant readjustments.
Modern Plastics – which was founded 75 years ago as Modern Glass Co. in Bridgeport by Joseph C. Carbone – has been inundated with queries since March 20, when current president Bing Carbone posted on Facebook the news of his decision to add face mask shields to its output.
“Never in our history, in fact in world history, has mankind been asked to stay locked up in their homes and businesses asked in mass to close down their operations," noted Ethan Allen Chairman, President and CEO Farooq Kathwari.
The new office occupies 8,800 square feet on the fifth floor of Shelton’s 1000 Bridgeport Ave.
“Restaurants are not buying a lot of kegs these days,” one craft brewer noted wryly.