The Board of Aldermen will consider whether to spend almost $1.1 million in grant and surplus money to try to extend the greenway downtown. For more on this story, visit: Waterbury to mull $1.1M downtown greenway link Republican American.
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Officials said a 15-gallon drum of pool chemicals was discovered in a small storage shed, emitting vapors. The drum was found to be secure with the top on tightly. For more on this story, visit: Hazmat situation at Waterbury park | WTNH.com Connecticut.
It starts by planting a seed — both literally and figuratively. The city’s branch of the University of Connecticut is teaming up with Brass City Harvest to create an adult education class meant to inspire people to embrace the idea of urban farming as both a solution to blight and a remedy for hunger. It’s
Laundering shop and print towels, which are cloths used to wipe oil, solvent and other chemicals off machinery, can fuel the release of VOCs above federal limits. The use and processing of shop towels is largely under-regulated, despite its potential to emit toxic substances into the air. When DEEP uncovered the chemical release violations at
After a two year lull the Waterbury Greenway project re-emerged into the public spotlight during the Waterbury On Wheels event on the Green September 23rd. For more on this story, visit: Phase One Of Waterbury Greenway Expected To Open In 2015 In City’s South End | Issues. People. Events..
Last night the Board of Aldermen approved the contract between the City of Waterbury and the Greenway Design Consultant RBA. The contract is now on it way to Mayor Neil O’Leary’s desk, and as soon as he signs it, RBA can begin was is expected to be a year-long design the design. For more on
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has announced that nine Connecticut cities and towns will share a $20 million federal grant for transportation projects designed to improve the flow of traffic, improve air quality, and reduce energy use.
As of Monday, Jan. 9, about 18 Metro-North Railroad trains that operate between Grand Central Terminal and New Canaan, Danbury, Waterbury and New Haven, will have quiet cars during select peak times, according to a statement from the railroad. For more on this story, visit: Greenwich Train Riders to Get Peace and Quiet.
The disparities persist despite an effort launched by the state in 2000 to level and reduce the disease burden.
The State Asthma Program works with local health departments to help people with asthma manage their disease, mainly by sending asthma specialists into homes to do environmental assessments and identify asthma triggers.
The Connecticut Chapter of the American Planning Association on Friday presented Waterbury’s Greenway Advisory Committee with a Public Service Award in recognition of successful collaborative planning.