Tag Archives: Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation


NEDC chairman abruptly announces resignation 

NAUGATUCK — The longtime chairman of the Naugatuck Economic Development Corp. resigned Monday night due to what he says are fundamental differences with borough leaders over the fate of a…


Developer gives Parcel C plan a makeover

NAUGATUCK — The developers of a proposed retail and office complex on a well-known downtown land tract called Parcel C will modify plans to alleviate concerns from some borough officials….


Foundation awards grant to NEDC

NAUGATUCK — The Ion Bank Foundation has awarded a $10,000 grant to the quasi-public Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation. This is the 12th consecutive year the foundation has given a grant…


Offer on the table for former school

  NAUGATUCK — The borough has received an offer from a developer interested in buying and renovating the vacant former Prospect Street Elementary School. The offer has recently come before…


Optimism high for borough’s future

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation’s annual meeting was an optimistic affair. “I’ve never been more optimistic that 2016 is going to be an amazing year for the borough….


Developers present picture of project

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials got a look at what the future of Parcel C could hold Monday night. Developers Robert Oris of Oris Inc. and John Lombard of Lombard Group…


NEDC board OKs raises

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors approved raises for its two employees last week. The board gave NEDC CEO and President Ron Pugliese a $4,000, or…


Developer offers $4M for downtown land

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation backed a deal Monday night to sell two downtown parcels to a real estate developer for $4 million. Benjamin Zitron, who lives in…


Train station deal comes under question

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses Monday night overwhelmingly rejected a motion to reconsider its acceptance of an offer for the former train station. The meeting was called…


Architect wants to continue project

NAUGATUCK — An architect who planned to build dozens of studio-style apartments for working artists in the former General DataComm building downtown believes local officials no longer support his project…