Ledyard Seeks Options to Add to its Housing Mix, Bring in New Hires and Young People

Ledyard hoped to build a walkable town center by installing sidewalks and a street scape in front of the former Ledyard Center School, now home to shops. A sewer extension and apartments nearby could help bring life to Ledyard Center, Mayor Fred Allyn III said. (Brendan Crowley)


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LEDYARD – A flood of hiring at Electric Boat is changing the shape of the housing market in southeastern Connecticut, as young hires fill rentals. Just north of Groton, it has brought Ledyard to a cr...

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