A Measured, Low-Key Approach to Public Access to Black Hall River

To the Editor: The likely prospect for town public access to the Black Hall River is undeniable. A low-key approach to both water access — human-powered craft (i.e. canoes and kayaks) — and nature watching would enable enjoyment and education for all. Thoughtfully-measured steps relating to parking, and minimizing the...

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Port Authority News a ‘Dog and Pony Show’

...any more aware of these anomalies as they arrived in their Imprezas, Audis, and Wranglers then they are of terms like “minimal scope” or “Deep Water Wind Commitment” buried deep in the Harbor Development Agreement. Lamont’s sandbox dog and pony show had one purpose: divert as much attention as possible...

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State Rep. Christine Palm Launches Reelection Campaign for Third Term

CHESTER — State Representative Christine Palm (D-36) of Chester has officially launched her campaign for a third term representing Chester, Deep River, Essex, and Haddam in the Connecticut Legislature. She has been endorsed by all four Democratic Town Committees in her district, and qualified early for Citizens Election Program (CEP)...

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Good News for Transportation

...feet below Vanderbilt Avenue just to the west of GCT itself.  It was literally carved out of solid rock and connects to a tunnel built under the Park Avenue line served by Metro-North, another tunnel under the East River and ends up in Queens. The station will measure 350,000 sq...

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Groton Democrats Make a Case for Town Council

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...has worked for the City of Groton Police Department for 14 years.  Parker has deep roots in Groton — her grandparents worked in the public school system and she is a lifelong resident, raising her two children there. She said when she grew up in Groton, the town was full...

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Vote for Proven Stewardship

What drives the real estate market today in Old Lyme?  In speaking with many realtors in our town, they identify three major factors. First is the beauty of the area.  Situated at the mouth of the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound combined with rolling hills, deep lakes, and flowing...

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Captivity Kills Belugas and it’s Time to Talk About it

...can grow up to 18 feet, inhabit the Arctic and subarctic regions of Russia, Greenland, and North America and navigate in shallow river mouths and estuaries during summer. But during other seasons, they are found in deeper waters, diving to 1,000-meter depths for periods of up to 25 minutes. The deepest recorded dive...

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