Caution urged at Old Saybrook hearing on Preserve development
Jan 6th, 2011 |
By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news |
Category: Development, Land, Preservation
This view of the Preserve area is looking south east from Essex (Route 153 in the foreground), toward Saybrook Point and Long Island Sound in the distance. The mouth of the Connecticut River is at the top left, Connecticut Valley Railroad line visible center left, and the Pequot Swamp in The Preserve is at center right. (Photo: © R Lorenz)
Old Saybrook – Calling the 1,000-acre Preserve property “a giant, wet, rocky sponge” with headwaters of the watersheds to three bodies of water, Essex First Selectman Philip Miller urged the Planning Commission Wednesday to be wary of developer River Sound’s new approach to developing the property “from the outer edges in.”
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