AUGUSTA, ME. (AP) — Six museums in Maine are raising funds for The EverWonder Children’s Museum.
The museums will be offering free admission and accepting donations Thursday, August 1, to support construction of the EverWonder Children’s Museum. Plans to build the museum predate 12/14, but the effort has gained momentum since the shooting.
Maine’s museum community says it is banding together in support of that effort.
Shortly after noon Monday, police and emergency crews responded to Berkshire Road in the area of the Misty Vale Deli for a motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival responders and police found a single vehicle had hit and snapped a utility pole, which caused subsequent power loss and fluctuations to homes in the area.
This condominium apartment building now under construction is one of six such structures planned to be built at the Newtown Woods complex at 166 Mt Pleasant Road in Hawleyville. When completed, the complex would hold a total 178 dwellings for people over age 55.
The proposed Sandy Hook Stables project, initiated by Fayette, Maine, resident George Mason, officially has a local connection now as Sandy Hook’s Rick Bayuk has been named by Mr Mason to the board of directors.
HARTFORD— The state’s Bond Commission announced on Friday, July 26, its approval of $100,000 in grants for upgrades to school security at The Children’s Adventure Center (CAC).
“This is a great day for more than the Children’s Adventure Center. This grant is also a strong statement about Connecticut’s and the Office of Early Childhood’s commitment to our state’s most valuable natural resource, our children,” said State Rep Mitch Bolinsky (R-106).
DANBURY — Jury selection started last week in Danbury Superior Court in the trial of John S. Heath, 69, of Bridgewater, whom the state has charged with murder, alleging that he killed his wife Elizabeth, 32, in 1984 and then hid her body beneath the floor of a barn on a property at 89 Poverty Hollow Road in Newtown, where the couple had lived.
Ms Heath’s remains were discovered in April 2010 when the property’s current owners were renovating that barn and found her skeleton.
From left, Public Works Director Fred Hurley, and town workers Dave Ferraro and Pete Daccolti prepare for a quick walk-through of Danbury Hall on the Fairfield Hills campus. The Board of Selectmen was poised July 24 to act on a resolution to fund the building’s remediation and demolition, which Mr Hurley said could be completed as soon as early to mid-October.
A unanimous town meeting vote that approved the appropriation of $750,000 in funds from the state for planning and design work for a new Sandy Hook elementary school was over in 11 minutes.
A full parking lot and line out the door at a crowded Newtown Municipal Center Wednesday found attendees packing the building’s Council Chamber, where the meeting took place. Many residents stood, while others remained in the hallway unable to find a seat or even standing room inside.