Occupation: Right now, I’m the executive director/project director for Dylan’s Wings of Change, which is the foundation started in my son Dylan’s memory. I joined IBM in 1998 and worked many different roles there through the years. They’ve been very
In Connecticut Superior Court in Danbury on October 12, a Shelton woman pleaded not guilty to one count of second-degree larceny in connection with her alleged embezzlement of $18,580 in funds while she formerly worked as the business manager at the nonprofit EverWonder Children’s Museum on Pecks Lane in Newtown.
A land development firm, which has a lawsuit pending against the Water & Sewer Authority (WSA), is challenging the WSA’s proposed revisions to its Water Pollution Control Plan, charging that the proposed changes involve “several illegalities.”
The Inland Wetlands Commission (IWC) is pursuing enforcement for various violations of town wetlands regulations against a large plant nursery conducting business at four parcels comprising nearly 100 acres on Huntingtown Road and Meadowbrook Road.
The firm that is constructing a 12,170-square-foot retail center at 73-75 Church Hill Road, near Exit 10 of Interstate 84, is seeking Inland Wetlands Commission (IWC) approval for a modified wetlands/watercourses protection permit for the project.
Following the Board of Selectmen’s unanimous passage of the latest municipal Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) a week earlier (the school district develops its own CIP), the proposed package of projects and estimated costs were presented to the Board of Finance, October 9.