Meeting on Haig Avenue Sale Overflows with Questions, Suspicions, Stamford Residents

So many people showed up for a discussion about the sale of a historic Stamford police building that the meeting at a small library branch had to be shut down (CT Examiner)


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STAMFORD – Officials must have expected about two dozen people at a meeting about the planned sale of a historic city building on Haig Avenue, because that’s roughly the capacity of a room they reser...

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Angela Carella

For 36 years prior to joining the Connecticut Examiner, Angela Carella was a beat reporter, investigative reporter, editor and columnist for the Stamford Advocate. Carella reports on Stamford and Fairfield County. T: 203 722 6811.