Posts Tagged ‘ Wethersfield ’

Environmental groups to come together as Wethersfield Energy and Sustainability Coalition takes off

Mar 5th, 2013 | By

Wednesday’s kick-off meeting of the Wethersfield Energy and Sustainability Coalition will mark a merging of the town’s environmentally-engaged groups and residents.

Wethersfield council rescinds decision to sell Wilkus Farm to developer

Feb 12th, 2013 | By

The Wilkus Farm house and barns are back in the hands of a farmer, granting residents’ wishes.

Wethersfield: Mercury In Sediment Unlikely To Affect Dredging Plans

Oct 16th, 2011 | By

A finding of high levels of mercury in the sediments of Wethersfield Cove is unlikely to affect plans to dredge the boat channel, a senior scientist with the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection said Friday. Traci Iott, DEEP supervising environmental analyst, said technology exists to allow the capture of contaminated sediments during the

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The Toll of Development of Cedar Mountain

Jun 5th, 2011 | By

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 destruction of Cedar Mountain

Jan 21st, 2011 | By

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.

Single stream recycling program nets huge rewards

Jan 14th, 2011 | By

The town of Wethersfield implemented a new residential automated curbside single stream recycling collection system this past July, and the program is already bringing back rewards. via Wethersfield Post – Single stream recycling program nets huge rewards.

Nature Center in Wethersfield Wins Water Conservation Challenge

Nov 20th, 2010 | By

The Eleanor Buck Wolf Nature Center received a Thundercloud Purple Leaf Plum Tree for winning a Water Conservation Award from the Wethersfield Green Summit Committee. The committee sponsored a “Conservation Challenge” to encourage residents, businesses, churches, schools, and municipal buildings to conserve water and electricity. The Nature Center conserved the most water compared to the

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