The fence is down, but the feeling are as strong as ever.
Residents living in the Woodin Street area say their questions about why the fence that separated New Haven from Hamden was abruptly torn down last month are going unanswered. So on Monday, the Legislative Council approved spending $25,000 on a new survey of the property and the commissioning of a report that it hopes will answer those questions.
About two dozen residents were at that meeting Monday night at Memorial Town Hall, though only a handful were able to speak during the public portion of the council’s monthly meeting. Those who spoke said they feel that it wasn’t only the fence that was bulldozed by the city of New Haven — so too were their questions and concerns. … Continue Reading