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Today February 19, 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of when the previous Milford town hall burned in 1915. The former town hall was part of a building that was shared with a Baptist church, and it also served as the town schoolhouse. It was built in 1874 and the loss was estimated at $50,000.

Old Milford Town Hall burned down a century ago

A note from Milford Mayor Benjamin Blake: [Read More]

Shelton approves mayoral pay raise

SHELTON-By a 5-1 vote the Board of Aldermen approved raising the mayor’s salary to $135,659 in three steps culminating in Nov. 2017. Only Jack Finn, the lone Democrat on the Board voted against it during the Wednesday night meeting. “The mayor gets paid enough already,” said Finn. “I’m a senior citizen living on a fixed […] [Read More]

City buildings in Milford closed tonight

From a press release: Milford, CT, February 2, 2015: Due to deteriorating weather conditions, all City buildings will be closed to the public Monday, February 2, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.  All buildings will reopen to the public Tuesday, February 3, 2015 as regularly scheduled. The Board of Aldermen Ordinance Committee meeting scheduled for tonight at […] [Read More]
Categories: Government, Milford, weather
Marc Garofalo as Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof

Derby’s former mayor will play Sancho Panza in Man of La Mancha

SHELTON-Last year he played Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof. This year, Marc Garofalo, Derby’s City/Town Clerk and former mayor will be Sancho Panza in Center Stage Theater’s performance of Man of La Mancha. The Theater, located at 54 Grove Street, in Shelton, will perform the play Jan. 30, 31, Feb. 6, 7, 12, 13, […] [Read More]

Eminent domain hearing still on in Stratford, despite storm

STRATFORD — The weather outside is not fit for man nor beast, but apparently it’s fine if you’re on the Town Council. The council’s Ordinance Committee will meet tonight, Monday, Jan. 26, 2014, despite a state of emergency ordered by both Mayor John Harkins and Gov. Dannel Malloy owing to a blizzard bearing down on […] [Read More]

Bud Allen is citizen of year

DERBY-Mayor Anita Dugatto presented Raymond “Bud ” Allen with a plaque naming him the city’s citizen of the year. The mayor read a long list if volunteer work that includes 62 years as a Hotchkiss Hose volunteer firefighter, a Fire Police member for more than 30 years and 13 years as cub master of Pack […] [Read More]

Art Gerckens elected Derby BOA head

DERBY-Art Gerckens is the new president of the Board of Aldermen. Gerckens, a second ward Democrat, succeeds Barbara DeGennaro, a local lawyer, who stepped down for personal reasons. Gerckens has played a major role in the clean-up of pollutants on O’Sulivan Island, the former firefighter training facility. DeGennaro, who celebrated her birthday Thursday, nominated Gerckens […] [Read More]
New Cassetti

19 apointments on Ansonia alderman agenda

ANSONIA-Mayor David Cassetti is expected to nominate 19 residents to fill vacancies on various boards and commissions during Tuesday night’s Board of Aldermen meeting. These include Board of Assessment and Appeals: Horace Behrle of Brook Street, Susan A. Nargi of Benz Street; Patricia Fers of West Brookside Avenue and Florence Camilleri of O’Neil’s Court to […] [Read More]

Cassetti to announce re-election bid Monday

ANSONIA- With a planned second year of tax reductions and revitalization of the downtown, Mayor David Cassetti will announce that he is seeking reelection to a second two- year term in November. The announcement will take place Monday at 1 p.m. On the steps of City Hall. Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti, that city’s longest serving […] [Read More]
Ansonia Aldermanic President Phil Tripp

Kaslaitis expected to be new Ansonia alderman

ANSONIA-A 28-year-old Cedar Street resident will be Mayor David Cassetti’s choice to fill a vacancy on the Board of Alderman. Richard Kaslaitis, a registered Republican and lifelong resident, will be nominated by the mayor on Tuesday night to fill the vacancy left by Jerome Fainer’s resignation last month. Fainer, a Democrat, served four two-year terms. […] [Read More]