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    September 29, 1989

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    June 30, 1989

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    June 2, 1989

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  • The Way We Were

    April 29, 1988

    First Selectman Rod Mac Kenzie will look into the possibility of establishing an impoundment area for abandoned vehicles. Abandoned vehicles are towed to local garages where they are kept for a period of time without compensation to the garage. Storing these vehicles sometimes created eyesores and zoning problems, according to the first selectman.

     

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  • The Way We Were

    March 18, 1988

  • The Way We Were, from the issue dated March 8, 2013

    March 11, 1988

    Newtown Associates last week earned its zoning permit to resubdivide 300 acres on Poverty Hollow Road, an act that will preserve some rural properties while opening up a large parcel to future residential growth. After two years and four public hearings, the property will finally be resubdivided to maintain an 18-acre estate and a horse farm on two parcels totaling 39 acres.

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  • The Way We Were, from the issue dated March 1, 2013

    March 4, 1988