Polamer Precision, an aerospace manufacturing firm based in Newington, has been awarded a 15-year energy program contract in the latest round of Zero Emissions Renewable Energy Credit auctions.
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Several Newington residents had questions Monday evening for Michael Sanders, CTfastrak transit administrator, during the first of seven public hearings on the Busway plan.
our Connecticut Municipalities Partner With Covanta Energy for Sustainable Waste Management ServicesDec 31st, 2011 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news
Newington, East Hartford, Guilford and Madison have all signed contracts for services that will include sustainable waste disposal, recycling and composting.
Solar panels will be installed soon on the roof of John Wallace Middle School, eventually providing discounted electricity and a learning tool for students.
Residents who want to preserve Cedar Mountain have won the first round, but there are plenty of fights ahead. They got an unexpected boost Tuesday when the inland wetlands commission voted 4-1 to deny Toll Brothers a permit for a subdivision on the Balf property after months of public hearings. Rick Spring, a member of
Newington police are giving residents a heads-up to be on the lookout for bobcats. Read more here: Bobcat alert for Newington | WTNH.com Connecticut.
A report by an independent panel of experts on a proposed subdivision on Cedar Mountain suggests the town should consider buying the land to preserve as open space.
Residents of Newington and Wethersfield attended the Newington Town Plan and Zoning Commission meeting en masse the night of Wednesday, May 25, to express their dismay with the proposed development of Cedar Mountain by Toll Brothers Inc. of Newtown.
The Toll Bros. made a presentation about their plans for Cedar Mountain at the town meeting tonight, Kelly Mowchan reports on Facebook.
Even though it is nestled under blankets of white and lies quiet during the long winter chill, talk about the Cedar Mountain range is starting to heat up among citizens in the towns of Newington and Wethersfield, the Newington Town Crier reports. Click the headline to read more.