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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

Posted on in Infrastructure/New London/Port Authority

New London’s Director of Planning and Development Praises Port Authority’s New Direction Under Kooris

NEW LONDON — When David Kooris became chair of the Connecticut Port Authority in July, communication “absolutely changed” from “zero” and “we’ll let you know” to negotiations that have dramatically opened up between the Ørsted-Eversource partnership and the City of New London, according to Felix Reyes, director of planning and development for the city. “Whatever… Keep Reading

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David Kooris Makes the Case for a “Niche Market” Wind Energy Deal for New London

David Kooris walked into Muddy Waters Café on Bank Street in New London like a regular – a measure perhaps of the time he has spent as Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) acting as an ambassador, a fixer of sorts, for the Lamont administration on a joint wind energy… Keep Reading

Posted on in Port Authority/State Pier

Public Turns Out in Support of Bay State Wind’s Energy Plans for New London’s State Pier

NEW LONDON — At the Connecticut Port Authority’s informational meeting Tuesday night, community sentiment tilted heavily in favor of accepting a deal to build a joint Ørsted-Eversource wind power facility at State Pier in New London before that opportunity dissolves or finds a home elsewhere.  David Kooris, acting chair of the port authority, gave an… Keep Reading

Posted on in Port Authority/State Pier

Ørsted and Eversource Pitch “Non-zero-sum Game” for Agreement with Port Authority

It’s no wonder that Connecticut has a case of the flutters — with so much unknown to the public, and the Connecticut Port Authority and port operator Gateway New London LLC on the verge of signing a long-term lease and partnership agreement with Eversource and Ørsted that could reshape the economic future of New London,… Keep Reading

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LEARNing Academy in New London Educates Children From Across Southeast Connecticut with Complex Needs

NEW LONDON — In January, after five years of anticipation, Ocean Avenue LEARNing Academy opened for its first full school year, with 57 students and a full team of teachers and medical support providers. The school serves children in 25 towns and 21 school districts across southeastern Connecticut. “Five years ago, when the team sat… Keep Reading

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