Tag Archives: Wolfe Avenue


Request revives talks of new library

BEACON FALLS — Library officials are looking to resuscitate a discussion about building a new media/community center at the town-owned property on Wolfe Avenue. The Beacon Falls Library Board of…

The Tracy S. Lewis House on Wolfe Avenue in Beacon Falls. –RA ARCHIVE

Future of Lewis house still to be determined

BEACON FALLS — More than four years ago, residents approved the town to buy a 1.5-acre site on Wolfe Avenue for future municipal use. The property includes a large pinkish-beige…


Vision for media center coming into focus

BEACON FALLS — The committee in charge of shaping a new community media center has big plans. However, funds to get the plans off the ground are coming up short….

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A look ahead – what to expect in Beacon Falls in 2011

Town leaders in Naugatuck, Prospect, and Beacon Falls all echoed the same manta – We’ll do the best we can with what little we have. With the economy seemingly at…

Letter to the editor: Clarification of Lewis house tours

The problem with politics is that people pay attention to the initial statement being made and not the truth or lack of the truth, which backs it up. Politicians know…

Letter to the editor: Wolfe Avenue property a liability for Beacon Falls

This letter is in responses to a recent article about the town owned property on Wolfe Ave in Beacon Falls. I live in the same area as the building and…

This house was once owned by Beacon Falls Rubber Co. President Tracy Lewis.

Decision to raze Lewis house faces opposition

The battle over the future of the Tracy Lewis house in Beacon Falls rages on despite a 2-1 vote Monday by the Board of Selectman to demolish it immediately. Selectman…

Letter to the editor: Don’t raze Wolfe Avenue property until new plan is in place

Dear Sue Cable, Mike Krenesky, and Dominick Sorrentino I understand the property on Wolfe Avenue that was purchased by the town for public use a few years ago is under…

Letter to the editor: Beacon Falls can’t afford demolition

It is distressing to find that the Beacon Falls Board of Selectmen, at their December 13th meeting, voted 2 to 1, along party lines, to “IMMEDIATELY” tear down the town-owned…

The Wolf Avenue "Lewis House" Exploratory Committee has recommended the demolition of the house and the formation of a new building committee.

Three options for Lewis House mulled

BEACON FALLS — Some people prefer to preserve the past. Some prefer to shape the future. Others try to do both. All three of these options were laid out to…