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Derby Neighbors Want More Information About Hops Company Plan

GOOGLE MAP Derby residents came to a meeting Tuesday night with a simple message — we want businesses to thrive, but not at the expense of our neighborhood.

The neighbors were from Harold Avenue, Albert Avenue, and Marshall Lane, some of the streets near The Hops Co., a beer garden at 77 Sodom Lane that has become a runaway success.

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Ansonia Police: Wakelee Avenue Closures Planned

ANSONIA As part of the ongoing road construction on Wakelee Avenue, there will be road closures over the next two days, Wednesday 9/19/18 & Thursday 9/20/18.

Wakelee Avenue from Division Street to Franklin Street will be closed to through traffic, only local residents and businesses and their customers will be allowed access to Wakelee Avenue.

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When ‘Hush’ Comes To Shove In Shelton

SHELTON — The woman whose controversial plans for a “speakeasy” off Bridgeport Avenue were rejected by the Planning and Zoning Commission has accused the city of stacking the deck against her application.

A judge could hear an appeal of the commission’s decision later this year, according to her lawyer.

“It is transparently evident that the outcome of the hearing was predetermined,” the lawyer, Jonathan Klein, wrote in a brief filed Friday. “The ‘fix was in.’”

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Derby Neighbors Want More Information About Hops Company Plan

GOOGLE MAP Derby residents came to a meeting Tuesday night with a simple message — we want businesses to thrive, but not at the expense of our neighborhood.

The neighbors were from Harold Avenue, Albert Avenue, and Marshall Lane, some of the streets near The Hops Co., a beer garden at 77 Sodom Lane that has become a runaway success.

Continue reading ‘Derby Neighbors Want More Information About Hops Company Plan’

Ansonia Police: Wakelee Avenue Closures Planned

ANSONIA As part of the ongoing road construction on Wakelee Avenue, there will be road closures over the next two days, Wednesday 9/19/18 & Thursday 9/20/18.

Wakelee Avenue from Division Street to Franklin Street will be closed to through traffic, only local residents and businesses and their customers will be allowed access to Wakelee Avenue.

Continue reading ‘Ansonia Police: Wakelee Avenue Closures Planned’

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AT THE HOP

Fundraiser to support Master’s Table.

DORMITORY

For high achievers opens in Derby.

YOUTH LEAGUE

To pay for field improvements in Derby.

INDEPENDENT PARTY

Endorses Jaumann in 104th District.

COMEDY CABARET

Sept. 29 in Ansonia.

HARVEST FESTIVAL

Sept. 29 in Ansonia.

WEEKLY CALLS

From the Shelton Fire Department.

GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE

Lamont-Stefanowski exchange zingers

. . .

Stefanowski crushes Lamont

. . .

Jab, jab, jab

COMMENTS

Are always a struggle.

BLASTING THIS WEEK

As part of the Derby field construction.

CHANNEL 10

Schedule here.

MEDIA COMPANY’S RULE

Keeps candidate off the stage.

NEW ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

At Derby High School.

FREE MEALS

Provided to Ansonia students.

FREE SCREENING

‘Jerusalem,’ a documentary.

TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE

For TEAM event.

PADDLE TOURNEY

To benefit Adam’s House.

FLEA MARKET FLIP

At My Sister’s Place in Ansonia.

OCTOBER

At the Ansonia Nature Center.

MAYOR CASSETTI

Offers compromise in school funding dispute.

LAKE ZOAR

To be lowered.

BOOK SALE

Sept. 15 at Ansonia Library.

BLUMENTHAL

Releases ‘confidential’ emails.

PLUS

CT companies lukewarm about future.

CANDIDATES DEBATE

CT Mirror story

CT New Junkie story

ANSONIA WELCOMES

Two new businesses.