CNNA meets Monday, June 26th 7pm City Hall Room 101.
Guest Speaker Steve Kleppin, Norwalk Director of Planning & Zoning will discuss the upcoming Plan of Conservation and Development ((Master Plan) Project in more detail, and the consultants strategy to gather neighborhood input, followed by an informative Q&A.
Last week, the Department of Transportation (DOT) provided an update on the Walk Bridge project at City Hall. Present were the Mayor and his staff, State Sen. Bob Duff, State Rep. Bruce Morris and ourselves.
Anthony Allison is the executive director of Norwalk ACTS.
Shout Out to Mary Ann Genuario, Health & Wellness Director of the Riverbrook Regional YMCA, for expanding the Race4ChaseTriathlon Summer Program to 32 students, 23 of which have never participated in a summer program of any kind. The children participating in this free, summer enrichment program — named for Chase Kowalski, a little boy lost in the Newtown tragedy who loved to swim, bike, and run — are ethnically diverse and are from a lower socio-economic population. Continue reading Opinion: Norwalk ACTS director’s weekly shout outs
Projected Tuesday on a screen over Board of Education Finance Committee Chairman Bryan Meek’s head, are, from left, Norwalk Special Education administrator Stacy Heilgenthaler, Fairfield University Reading and Language Development Director Jule McCombes-Tolis, Norwalk Curriculum and Instruction Site Director Janine Goss and Norwalk Director of Technology and Innovations Ralph Valenzisi as they explain plans for Norwalk’s first Dyslexia Clinic.
Correction, 1 p.m.: Side by Side students have always been bused by Norwalk.
NORWALK, Conn. — Some more education news for you:
Graham Stevens, Jessica Van Niel, Meghan Grover and Beatrice Shannon perform in Shakespeare on the Sound production of “Macbeth,” now playing in Pinkney Park. (Maxx Serpica; Courtesy Shakespeare on the Sound)
Norwalk Federation of Teachers President Mary Yordon speaks to the Board of Education on Tuesday in City Hall.
NORWALK, Conn. – Too much money has been spent on needless fights, Norwalk Federation of Teachers President Mary Yordon said Tuesday, expressing hope that proposed budget cuts can be lessened with continuing negotiations.
Mayor Harry Rilling also expressed hope – using the word “optimistic” – at the Norwalk Board of Education meeting, where recommended budget cuts were a topic even if the BoE tabled the matter until next week, as expected. Continue reading Norwalk leaders hopeful that BoE budget cuts can be avoided