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Ansonia School Officials Take Ice Bucket Challenge

by Press Release | Ansonia Public Schools | Aug 27, 2014 4:38 pm | Comments (0)

Ansonia teachers and administrators participated in a Convocation Day program Tuesday (Aug. 26) morning, celebrating excellence with Yvette Bailey, the 2014-15 Teacher of the Year; enjoying an entertaining performance from guest speaker and magician Mark Robinson, and honoring two dedicated educators who lost their lives this summer, Cindy Goldberg (to cancer) and Dennis Gleason (to ALS).

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Ansonia Aldermen Send Charter Change Proposals To Voters

by Ethan Fry | Aug 27, 2014 3:37 am | Comments (5)

Ansonia Aldermen voted Tuesday (Aug. 26) to put four questions on the Nov. 4 election ballot asking voters whether to reduce the number of wards and Aldermen in the city, as well as a handful of other changes.

The proposals also call for changes to the city’s budget process, which would give the Board of Aldermen final say over the budget, instead of the Board of Apportionment and Taxation.

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Ansonia Looks For Energy Efficiencies To Save Money

by Ethan Fry | Aug 26, 2014 9:05 pm | Comments (2)

greenskies.comA trio of energy-saving projects on the table in Ansonia have the potential to save the city millions in longterm electricity costs, according to officials.

The city is in the planning stages of a project to put solar panels on its old landfill, and also plans to hire a New Haven-based firm to put more efficient lighting and HVAC systems at a handful of city buildings.

Meanwhile, another public forum about a long-discussed project to build a plant that would turn food waste into energy has been tentatively scheduled for next month.

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‘Food Trucks In The Valley’ Is Sept. 18

by Press Release | Aug 25, 2014 3:21 pm | Comments (0)

The Parent Child Resource Center will be hosting “Food Trucks in the Valley” on Thursday, Sept. 18, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Shelton River Walk.

The event will benefit programs and services that serve local children and families.

“Food Trucks in the Valley” will raise funds to support PCRC’s clinical programs that deliver a state of the art care to their clients – as a leader in the delivery of mental health services to children and families.

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Derby Schools Soak Up The Ice Bucket Challenge

by Eugene Driscoll | Aug 25, 2014 12:08 pm | Comments (0)

Derby school employees laid down an ice bucket challenge Monday to their counterparts in Ansonia, Seymour and Shelton.

Faculty and staff from all four Derby schools — the high school, the middle school, along with the Irving and Bradley elementary schools — gathered in the lower parking lot on Nutmeg Avenue where Superintendent Matthew Conway led the charge.

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Derby Attorney Reviewing Ansonia’s ‘Clean And Lien’ Program

by Eugene Driscoll | Aug 24, 2014 5:59 pm | Comments (2)

Photo: Eugene DriscollDerby’s corporation counsel has a copy of Ansonia’s anti-blight law and will research whether parts of it can work in Derby.

Specifically, the Derby Board of Aldermen is interested in Ansonia’s “clean and lien“ program.

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Ansonia Aldermen May Decide On Charter Changes Tuesday

by Ethan Fry | Aug 24, 2014 4:26 pm | Comments (0)

Ansonia Aldermen will meet Tuesday (Aug. 26) to consider several changes to the city’s governing document proposed by the Charter Revision Commission, including reducing the number of voting wards and Aldermen.

The Charter Revision Commission held a public hearing last Wednesday (Aug. 20) on the changes, and after listening to a half-hour or so of public comments, the commissioners voted unanimously to forward them pretty much as-is to Aldermen.

Ansonia voters get the final say as to whether any changes will be made.

Aldermen have a deadline of Sept. 19 to vote on any changes they want to put to voters on the November election ballot.

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Ansonia Mayor’s Race Begins To Take Shape

by Ethan Fry | Aug 22, 2014 12:50 pm | Comments (1)

Ansonia’s next local election is more than a year away, but two prominent Democrats are lining up bids to make David Cassetti a one-term mayor.

Alderman Edward Adamowski said he intends to run for mayor next year, and former Alderman David Knapp said he’s considering a run as well.

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Back To School Rally Sunday In Ansonia

by Eugene Driscoll | Aug 22, 2014 9:09 am | Comments (0)

A group of city parents hopes to give away 500 free backpacks during a back to school rally slated for Sunday, Aug. 24 at Gatison Park on Fourth Street.

The event, sponsored by Ansonia’s Save Our Youth, a volunteer group, will feature an all-ages basketball tournament, live DJs and a ton of other family-friendly events.

It’s the rally’s second year, said Iris Carotenuto, an Ansonia mom of two.

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Ansonia Gets $50,000 For Downtown Redevelopment

by Press Release | Aug 21, 2014 4:07 pm | Comments (1)

Ansonia Mayor David Cassetti announced Thursday (Aug. 21) that the City of Ansonia will receive a $50,000 grant from the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation’s Vibrant Communities Initiative to explore redevelopment opportunities for the Armory, ATP/Palmer Buildings and the Farrel properties.

“I am excited to explore the possibility of reuse of these buildings,” Cassetti said in a prepared statement. “I think the City of Ansonia needs a clear cut path to redevelopment and this is a great springboard for those activities. We wish to thank Brad Schide and Jane Montanaro, Director of Preservation Services at the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation for their efforts.”

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Huge Pot Holes in Road
Aug 29, 2014 11:14 am
Address: Woodlawn Avenue Extension Ansonia, Connecticut
Rating: 1

There are several huge pot holes on woodlawn ave ext. the city has filled them in...

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Ansonia Transfer Station, 2 nails in tire - in one visit.
Aug 27, 2014 1:05 pm
Address: 1 North Division Street Ansonia, Connecticut
Rating: 4

Need to magnetically sweep more often. 2014-08-25 - Dropping off cardboard at...

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School Bus Stops
Aug 28, 2014 3:58 pm
Address: North Prospect Street Ansonia, Connecticut
Rating: 4

Something needs to be done with North Prospect Street especially now that the kids will...

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