Neighborhood Watches may have taken on a new meaning if the Bristol Police get what they want. Announcing the Community Watch Team (CWT), the town of Bristol Police Department is asking residents and businesses to register their personal external video surveillance systems with them.
CCM recently presented three checks totaling nearly $40,000 to three of the state’s most significant social-service organizations as a result of its first-ever philanthropic event – the Connecticut Charity Triple Crown held in early April in Hartford.
Join us for this introductory workshop, where you will learn how to cleanly navigate - from start to finish, at whatever point you are in your town's project - the ups and downs associated with the redevelopment process. CERC's VP of Municipal Services, Courtney Hendricson, will provide valuable insight, tips, and a real-time, on-site case study with Somers.
It isn’t just public works crews and utility workers who have had little sleep since Tuesday’s late-afternoon storm hit Connecticut — New Haven-based SeeClickFix has been swamped helping municipalities deal with power outages and downed trees. “The volume of requests increases during a storm,” CEO Ben Berkowitz said.
Home prices across Connecticut — hit hard in a housing downturn that gripped the state a decade ago — have yet to stage a broad-based recovery and remain 15 percent below the peak in 2007. None of Connecticut’s eight counties has seen median sale prices recover anywhere near 2007 levels.