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Gov. Malloy grants $400K for housing rehab efforts

August 6, 2015
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By TAYLOR HARTZSTAFF WRITER Southington will receive $400 thousand for housing improvements, as part of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG,) announced by Governor Dannel Malloy and Commissioner Evonne M. Klein on July 30. The grants are awarded to municipalities who seek to enhance their communities and further economic development. The governor and commissioner said the…

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Bids are being accepted for Memorial pool renovations

August 6, 2015
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Keith Hayden, Director of Public Works for the Town of Southington, has announced an invitation for sealed bids for the additions and renovations to Memorial Park’s poolhouse and splashpad. Bids will be received at the Southington Town Hall, Office of the Town Manager, 75 Main Street, until Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 10:30 am, after which…

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YMCA to use $900,000 grant to renovate its pool

June 5, 2014
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From left, Tony Palmieri, Director of Operations, Southington YMCA,  Dave Donnelly, Board Member, Bread for Life, Southington State Repre-sentative David Zoni, Governor Dannel P. Malloy, John Myers, executive director, Southington – Cheshire Community YMCAs, Melissa Sheffy, president, Southington – Cheshire Community YMCAs’ Board of Directors, and Donna Ayer, director of Community Development, Southington YMCA, receive a $900,000 grant-in-aid to the town of Southington to finance renovations and improvements to the Southington YMCA.

By Ed Harris Editor The Southington YMCA will use a $900,000 grant from the State Bond Commission to renovate its pool. Since its installation in 1968, the pool has only received minimal renovations, funded from the YMCA reserves. “This is such a critical resource for our community,” YMCA Executive Director John Myers said about the…

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EPA provides verbal confirmation; Decision will save millions in PCB clean up

January 18, 2013
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By Rob Glidden Staff Writer The middle schools renovation project is poised to clear a major hurdle, after officials received verbal confirmation from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that the cheaper plan for the remediation of hazardous materials will likely be approved. The news came during an evening when the plan to renovate Kennedy and…

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