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  • Norwalk celebrates Cedar Street’s new efficiency, appeal

    NORWALK, Conn. – Jazz music accompanied the celebration of a Norwalk neighborhood Saturday as the ribbon was cut on a project that was more than a decade in the making. Golden Hill Association leaders Jim Delgreco and Jim Clark were both named on a plaque honoring them for the many hours they put into making…

  • Greene defends, dismisses Norwalk Master Plan

    NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk’s master plan is routinely referred to by citizens expressing opinions on developments being considered by the city, but the plan is little more than an idea and has no power, according to Planning and Zoning Director Mike Greene. “The plan is the consensus of the community as to what they see…

  • Norwalk sets $317.5 million 2014-15 operating budget

    NORWALK, Conn. – A windfall from the state combined with some subtractions and additions by the Board of Estimate and Taxation resulted Monday night in a 2014-2015 Norwalk operating budget that is $779,494 below the cap set by the Common Council. Mayor Harry Rilling was quick to point out that the $317,542,155 budget is “only”…

  • Fairfield Avenue truck ‘ban’ nears reality — maybe

    NORWALK, Conn. – The Golden Hill Association’s desire to keep heavy trucks off  Fairfield Avenue is reaching the mayor’s office next week, despite the protestation of Department of Public Works Director Hal Alvord. Thousands of residents, mostly minority and lower-income, are subjected to safety and quality of life violations with a constant stream of heavy…

  • Latino business owners slam City Hall as they support Rilling for mayor

    Updated 1:29 p.m.: Comments from Jim Clark of the Golden Hill Association added, with an additional comment from Hal Alvord. NORWALK, Conn. – Complaints about no communication from City Hall marked a press conference called Wednesday to urge Latino Norwalkers to vote for Democratic mayoral candidate Harry Rilling. Norwalk Department of Public Works employees showed…

  • Norwalk board gives Oak Hills loan preliminary approval

    NORWALK, Conn. – A loan meant to cover the expenses of Norwalk’s Oak Hills Park golf course to get it through the winter was approved Monday night by Norwalk’s tax board. The matter will now go on to the Common Council. The Board of Estimate and Taxation approved the $150,000 special appropriation, with only one…