This week on 0684-Radi0, our free weekly podcast (subscribe here in the iTunes Store), we talk to Bill Frank?and?Joby Gray of the Oenoke Ridge Neighborhood Association?about the group's opposition to?Waveny LifeCare Network's proposed senior independent living facility on Oenoke Ridge.
NewCanaanite.com has received the following letters regarding New Canaan Library’s planned rebuilding project.
Police on Monday afternoon cited a 16-year-old male for breach of peace following a report that he had threatened fellow New Canaan High School students.
?New Canaan Library on Tuesday unveiled plans for a rebuilt facility that makes dramatically different use of the organization’s gateway block to the downtown and features a glass-and-stone exterior, 300-seat auditorium, rooftop terrace, café, public concourse, fireplace, two large conference rooms and “town green” at the corner of Main and Cherry Streets.
New Canaan Police are investigating the removal of two posters promoting a service to be held Monday in memory of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.?Placed Jan.
Advised that a 25-foot buffer doesn’t apply to the area because it’s not an “intersection” under the state’s definition, town officials say they plan to re-stripe parking spaces on either side of the crosswalk in front of The Playhouse on Elm Street.
A New Canaan family is very lucky they had a working carbon monoxide detector Sunday night because they were alerted to a potentially life-threatening problem with their heating system.?Responding firefighters found levels of 50 parts per million when they sampled the home’s atmosphere.
Big Weekend Wins for New Canaan Basketball Association 7 Girls Red—submitted by Denise LucarelliNCBA 7 Girls Red added to their record with 2 close wins over the weekend against Wilton (27-21) and Naugatuck (27-24).
Attendance at Kiwanis increased by more than 40% last summer and the park potentially could more than cover costs associated with its operation, officials said last week.
After pedaling his bicycle from Waveny Park to Welles Lane to kill his estranged wife, and then steering an employee’s pickup truck back upstate with her corpse, Fotis Dulos failed to remove from the vehicle the dark-colored, hooded sweatshirt he’d been wearing while cycling, according to interviews and evidence cited in a state police detective’s sworn affidavit made public last week.
It has come to the attention of a number of concerned citizens of our town that on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, the New Canaan Library will be presenting to the Board of Finance an update to their plan for a new library building as part of a request for funding of same.
As New Canaan residents for 25 years and local business owners we are proud to support a new, New Canaan Library.
The Parking Commission voted last week to recommend re-striping in two municipal parking lots so that the width of stalls is in line with New Canaan’s own zoning regulations.?The appointed body’s 4-1 vote recommends widening spaces at Morse Court and one area of the Playhouse Lot to nine feet.
The female locker room at the police station—a 1926 building that hasn’t seen a substantial renovation in nearly four decades—is so small that the department may not be able to hire more women, officials said last week.
The Board of Selectmen last week approved a $500,000 contract with a Watertown-based company to build a new rescue truck for the New Canaan Fire Department.?Bid proposals that came in for the new truck ranged higher than the budgeted half million dollar figure, so the department removed about $41,000 in modifications to the vehicle—some of which it hopes to re-add in the future, according to Fire Chief Jack Hennessey.?“Everything we cut out we thought we needed,” including a 360-degree camera, Hennessey said during the selectmen’s regular meeting, held Jan.
The following property transfers were recorded recently in the Town Clerk’s office.