Getting Close on a DPLU

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A screening committee is conducting interviews this week with 11 candidates for the Director of Permitting and Land Use, and plans to forward the names of three to five finalists to Mayor James L. Richetelli Jr. by Friday. The mayor said he will re-interview the finalists and make his selection for the $95,000 per year […] [Read More]
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Architect for Fire Station To Be Chosen

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An architect will be selected this week for the new East Side Fire Station planned for New Haven Avenue, Chief Louis LaVecchia said. The building committee which includes Fire Commissioner Carmen Corvino is finalizing negotiations for the city to purchase land near the Woodmont United Church of Christ, officials said. The new fire station, when […] [Read More]
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Island View Tenant Allegedly Floods Apartment

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A tenant in a Walnut Beach public housing complex allegedly flooded his apartment, damaging hallways, ceilings and common areas, police said Monday. Arthur Filoski, 50, was observed Saturday morning pouring a large pot of water on his kitchen floor, while water poured into the sink, Officer Jeff Nielsen said. He was charged with first-degree criminal […] [Read More]
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Lauralton Hall Community Outreach

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Lauralton Hall students Stephanie Simko and Julia Hannigan talk about the Lunch Table fundraiser that collected $215 for charity. Sofia Zlock describes volunteering at Laualton Hall’s Summer Academy, which brings inner-city middle schoolers to the Milford campus. [Read More]
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New Assistant City Attorney Appointed

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Debra S. Kelly, a Milford native with her own Trumbull law practice, has been named the new assistant city attorney. Kelly, who graduated in the top 20 percent of her class from the Quinnipiac University Law School in 1997, will close her private practice to begin the full-time city job. She is a Milford native […] [Read More]
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No Teacher Assignments Yet

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The final list of what buildings city teachers will be working in this fall has not been completed, although both administrators and Milford Education Association officials hoped to have the matter settled by now. Acting Superintendent R. Michael Cummings Jr. said Wednesday that the assignments haven’t been finalized, but the process is moving forward. The […] [Read More]
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Commerce Park Sold

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Developer Robert Smith announced Wednesday that he and partner Phil Craft have sold the medical office complex on Cherry Street for $13 million. A subsidiary of a company the men owned paid nearly $2 million for the property in 1997. [Read More]
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Lexington Green burglaries

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A “Code Red’’ alert has been sent to residents in the Lexington Green and Great River sections, warning of a rash of residential burglaries. Police used the system to send the recorded message to remind homeowners to make sure that all doors and windows are locked, and that alarm systems are activated, and to ask […] [Read More]
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