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  • Norwalk political notes/briefs: Of Ryan Park, East Norwalk Revolutionary War monument, Zoning…

    Norwalk political notes/briefs: Of Ryan Park, East Norwalk Revolutionary War monument, Zoning…

    NORWALK, Conn. – Here’s what we have for you in political notes this Saturday: Court: Norwalk can have its way with Ryan Park Dry egress remains a contentious topic anyway Reader: Council goofed, Revolutionary War monument is on public property Kruk leaves Zoning ‘with a bang’ Zoning had deadline with AMEC AMEC’s tab Feel free…

  • Norwalk zoning notes: Lowe’s opening, Rowayton’s Soybel, iPark battle, bye bye Joe

    NORWALK, Conn. – An opening date for Lowe’s, a goodbye from departing Zoning Commission Chairman Joe Santo and the news that Joe the Shoe Guy is finally moving into Waypointe – such were the doings at a recent meeting of the commission’s committees, which also touched on an upgrade to a historic Rowayton building, parking…

  • Norwalk zoners peacefully consider BJ’s-related rule change

    Correction, 2:30 p.m., 2012 Transportation Management Plan cost $500,000, not the 2006 Westport-Main Avenue Corridor study NORWALK, Conn. – Casting a more skeptical eye to claims made by developers is being pondered by the Norwalk Zoning Commission, but an idea to do an outright moratorium on large buildings has been discarded. Zoning Commissioner Mike Mushak…

  • Opinion: Zoning board exists to create, enforce regulations

    NORWALK, Conn. – It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s gotta do it. The job? Telling people what they can – or, more to the point, cannot – do with their property. It’s called zoning, and it is a crucial element in mapping a successful future for any community. Planning and zoning – they can. Or…

  • Seen and Heard in Norwalk: Unusual closeness, and a bump in the night

    NORWALK, Conn. – Here are some items of interest that were seen or heard recently in Norwalk: Pols in the park: This is big, Mac Mayor Richard Moccia was among the local politicians gathered in Ryan Park Friday to applaud Ganga Duleep, mother of Councilwoman Anna Duleep. Why was the mayor applauding someone who has…

  • Norwalk zoning commissioner proposes changing regulations in wake of BJ’s withdrawal

    NORWALK, Conn. – A windmill-tilting zoning commissioner is looking into changing the regulations for Norwalk’s Main Avenue to outlaw big box stores — the likes of BJ’s Wholesale Club — in favor of residential complexes. The request by Mike Mushak topped a fiery 17-minute finale to a sedate public hearing Thursday night that had been expected to…

  • New zoning commissioner, mayor, defended at council meeting

    NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk Republicans stepped up to defend a widely criticized mayoral appointment Tuesday while Norwalk Democrats voted against that appointment, even if they knew if was futile. The appointment of Republican Linda Kruk to the Zoning Commission to replace Democrat Adam Blank brought state Rep. Gail Lavielle and three other Republicans to speak…

  • Moccia appoints former BOE candidate to Norwalk Zoning Commission

    NORWALK, Conn. – A Norwalk woman who had been trying to get a Republican Party Board of Education nomination is instead being appointed to the Zoning Commission. Political newcomer Linda Kruk has been appointed by Mayor Richard Moccia to fill the seat previously occupied by Democrat Adam Blank, who said last week that his vote…

  • Five vying for Republican BOE nominations

    NORWALK, Conn. – Five potential Board of Education candidates will introduce themselves Thursday evening to the Norwalk Republican Town Committee . There are four slots for Republican At-Large BOE candidates in the fall election. Current BOE members Sue Haynie and Artie Kassimis are seeking re-election, RTC Chairman Art Scialabba said. Also seeking Republican nominations are…