Due to the prediction of extreme weather temperatures and conditions for the weekend, Hamden will offer warming centers located around the town to those who may be in need. … Continue Reading
Interspersed between holiday cards and bills, residents recently got their new property assessments that, for the most part, showed the value of their homes has dropped in the last five years. … Continue Reading
The proposed development is too dense for the area, would cause traffic headaches and could affect the public water supply because of the amount of impervious surfaces proposed, the commission said in its denial. … Continue Reading
Hamden Town Clerk Vera Morrison reminds all dog owners that June is Dog Licensing month, and time to purchase their 2015-2016 dog licenses/tags at the Town Clerk’s Office in the Hamden Government Center at 2750 Dixwell Ave.
Public Act 85-167 requires all dogs 6 months of age or older must be licensed and be vaccinated by the end of June. Licenses are $8 for a spayed or neutered dogs, and a spaying or neuter certificate must be shown. Unaltered dog license charges are $19. … Continue Reading
Some council members questioned why the contract for the banquet facility wasn’t put out for bid and instead given to Matthew Marchetti, who has operated the golf course since 2002. … Continue Reading
The Legislative Council held its annual budget public hearing on the proposed 2015-16 education budget Wednesday night, and got an earful from parents, teachers and students on the deep cut Mayor Scott Jackson made in the Board of Education’s proposal. … Continue Reading
According to the town charter, a special election will have to be held within 45 days of Jackson’s resignation, which is reported to be April 17. So far there are two people who have publicly expressed the desire to run with others rumored to be interested. … Continue Reading
Residents living in the Trailside Village condominium complex on Todd Street will no longer have to worry about being out of zoning compliance due to the fact that a planned assisted living facility was never build.
Back in the mid-2000 the Planning and Zoning Commission approved the 56 units for adults 55 and older at the Todd Street property that intersects Whitney Avenue in Mount Carmel. The approval for the high-density development that would not normally be allowed there was based on the fact that it included the assisted living component. … Continue Reading