Posts Tagged ‘ Seymour ’

Sewage leaks into Naugatuck River, above Housatonic

Dec 28th, 2013 | By

Work crews stopped the sewage leak on Dec. 26 that dumped about 150,000 gallons of raw sewage into the Naugatuck River starting Dec. 25. The Naugatuck River merges with the Housatonic River in Derby and then flows south before emptying into the Long Island Sound between Stratford and Milford. According to news reports, the raw

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Seymour unveils plans for scenic greenway

Dec 27th, 2013 | By

Conceptual plans to create a scenic greenway trail along the Naugatuck River were unveiled during this week’s Board of Selectmen meeting. Economic Development Director Fred A. Messore has been working with the Cheshire-based firm of Milone & MacBroom, one of the largest firms in the Northeast specializing in civil engineering, planning, landscape architecture and land

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Seymour vows to cut energy usage

Jun 6th, 2013 | By

First Selectman Kurt Miller pledged to make the town more ‘green’ by reducing its energy footprint. By signing the Clean Energy Communities pledge, Miller committed to initiatives geared to improve the town’s energy efficiency and promote use of clean, renewable energy. Seymour joins more than 50 other Connecticut municipalities that have already taken the pledge,

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Seymour embarks on path to greenway

May 30th, 2013 | By

The town of Seymour will bring an award-winning consulting firm onboard to develop plans for a greenway trail and linear park along the Naugatuck River. Click on this Environmental Headline for more on this story.

Way cleared for fish bypass in Seymour

Jan 23rd, 2012 | By

Construction of a fish bypass in the Naugatuck River could finally begin this spring. It has been in the works for 14 years. The Board of Selectmen last week voted on two final components that were holding up the project. The New Haven Register reports.

Naugatuck River Clean-up Slated For Nov. 12

Oct 28th, 2010 | By

For the seventh year in a row, Thule employees in Seymour will volunteer their time to cleanup the waterways in the Naugatuck Valley.