Category Archives: Naugatuck

Naugatuck news

School board needs 12% of original shortfall

School board will need 12% of original shortfall

Borough leaders consider rehiring fire chief

NAUGATUCK — Local leaders are negotiating a new contract with Fire Chief Charles Doback Jr., a 26-year member of the Naugatuck Fire Department who has led the organization since 2004….

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Rossi optimistic about state senate bid

NAUGATUCK — As we inch ever closer to Election Day, now less than four months away, the candidates for state senate in the 17th District have entered the final stages…

Accident victim identified as borough woman

NAUGATUCK — A woman who died in a car accident on Route 63 Wednesday afternoon has been identified by police as Maria Adams of Naugatuck. Adams, 64, a longtime borough…

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Borough will consider blight ordinance

NAUGATUCK — The Blight and Beautification Committee has presented the borough board with a draft ordinance for review. Though the board didn’t take any action Tuesday, it heard a presentation…

Officials weigh value of proposed dog park

NAUGATUCK — One of the several open parcels in Naugatuck may someday become a dog park. The borough recently conducted an open space study locating unused land throughout Naugatuck. A…

Scenes from July 4 in Naugatuck

Photos by Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News and Jerry Butz

CN Headlines 07-02-10

[wpaudio url=”http://www.mycitizensnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/podcast-070210.mp3″ text=”CN Headlines July 2″] CN Headlines is back after a month-long hiatus; tune in for reports on new developments in the Renaissance Place project and a local musician…

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GDC, Mezzo to sign agreement on site access

NAUGATUCK — The borough will begin its long-awaited search for contamination on privately owned property downtown where a Fairfield-based developer wants to build the first phase of the$710 million revitalization…

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Coal contamination a wrench in the works

NAUGATUCK — The contractor that has been working to clean soil contaminants from Parcel C, the 2.2-acre, borough-owned tract at the corner of Maple and Water streets, has run into…