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No Explanation for End to New London Urban-Suburban Open Choice Program

NEW LONDON — Despite being identified as a priority district in 2001, funding for the Open Choice program in New London was eliminated. Open Choice is credited with helping to integrate suburban schools, and for providing educational opportunities to urban students unavailable in their home districts. New London schools are instead provided with Interdistrict Cooperative… Keep Reading

Posted on in State Pier/Topic: Port Authority/Topic: Wind Energy

Connecticut Port Authority Approves Revised Wind Energy Plan for State Pier in New London

HARTFORD — The Connecticut Port Authority unanimously approved a $157 million plan to reconfigure State Pier for use by offshore wind companies following discussions during two closed executive sessions at a special meeting Tuesday morning. David Kooris, chair of the authority, said the plan was “fundamentally different” from the $93 million memorandum of understanding announced… Keep Reading

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Port Authority Turns to Connecticut Airport Authority for Staffing and Support

NEW LONDON — For the duration of the search for a new executive director of the Connecticut Port Authority, and possibly longer, the quasi-public agency will use and pay for the services of the Connecticut Airport Authority to supplement port authority staffing. That decision comes at the recommendation of the Office of Policy and Management,… Keep Reading

Posted on in New London/Topic: Sewers/WPCA

New London Opts to Renegotiate Regional Sewer Agreement

NEW LONDON — At its December 19 meeting, the New London Water and Water Pollution Control Authority voted to renegotiate the 30-year-old sewage agreement with the towns of Waterford and East Lyme.  The tri-town agreement would have automatically renewed on January 10, 2021 for a ten-year period unless one or more member municipalities gave formal… Keep Reading

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Fitch Announces Upgraded Bond Rating for New London

New London — Fitch Ratings upgraded New London’s bond rating from A+ to AA- on Friday and announced the city’s rating outlook has been revised from positive to stable. Fitch, along with Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s, is one of the major credit rating agencies known as the “big three.” Fitch assigns long-term credit ratings… Keep Reading

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Letter: Offshore Wind in New London – If not Here then Where?

As a resident of New London county and electric utility professional, I found the recent Port of New London development meeting and discussion invigorating. It was great to hear everyone’s perspective.  My wife and I have lived in New London county since 1986 when I started with Electric Boat and my wife with Lawrence and… Keep Reading

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