Black Hall River Boat Launch Moves Forward, With a Bit of Friction

Members of the 36-1 Buttonball Road Property Committee viewing the site before a July meeting (CT Examiner)


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OLD LYME - Progress, and controversy, are continuing in the much-debated plan to reopen town-owned open space along the Black Hall River aimed at making it a public viewing area and kayak launch. 


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Steve Jensen

Steve Jensen was a journalist for 13 years with the Hartford Courant and Journal Inquirer of Manchester before becoming a Communications Director for the State of Connecticut. Jensen covers politics and law enforcement for CT Examiner. T: 860 661-6404