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Utilities commission to seek more money for legal battle

WALLINGFORD — The dispute between the Electric Division and the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative has lasted longer than expected, Public Utilities Director George Adair said Tuesday. Because of the drawn-out process, expenses budgeted ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 1 hour ago]
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Council OKs paying $37,500 to settle excessive force suit

MERIDEN — The City Council agreed Tuesday night to settle a lawsuit in which a Middletown man alleged a city police officer injured him through the use of a Taser and excessive force.The council unanimously supported a decision to pay Elton Walters $37,500 ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 1 hour ago]
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City schools to add 7 positions to ease crowding

MERIDEN — Three new teaching positions and four new tutor positions were approved unanimously by the Board of Education during its meeting Tuesday. The creation of the positions is to alleviate overcrowding at some of the city’s elementary schools.The ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 1 hour ago]
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Southington PZC OKs 31-unit plan

SOUTHINGTON — A 31-unit, multifamily residential development on Liberty Street was unanimously approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission during its meeting Tuesday night.The development, at 82-84 Liberty St., would feature seven townhouses and a ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 1 hour ago]
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Holdup getaway ends in suicide

SOUTHINGTON — A man fleeing a bank robbery Tuesday morning broke into a house on Marion Avenue and killed himself, according to police.Police say Brian Jacobs, 28, of 222 Governors St., New Britain, robbed the TD Bank at 921 Meri­den-Waterbury Turnpike ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 5 hours ago]
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Wallingford mayor weighs in on train station parking lot

WALLINGFORD — Work to rebuild the train station parking lot is not “on hold” while the town waits for word on a grant for another parking lot but has been delayed because town departments are working on other projects, according to Mayor William W. Dickinson ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 7 hours ago]
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Southington officials applaud efforts of school construction crews

SOUTHINGTON — On Tuesday, town officials expressed thanks to construction crews working on the renovation of DePaolo and Kennedy middle schools.The work over the summer is part of an ongoing $89.7 million project expected to be completed next year. In ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 7 hours ago]
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Rough-cut channel a sign of things to come at Meriden Hub

MERIDEN — The water filling the channel at the Hub construction site is groundwater and runoff surface water, not water from the three brooks that will eventually be diverted into the completed channel.LaRosa Construction employees updated city officials ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 7 hours ago]
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Committee to save Southington’s Bradley Hospital meets next week

SOUTHINGTON — Concerned citizens have formed a committee whose goal is to save The Hospital of Central Connecticut’s Bradley Memorial Campus in Southington.Called the Community Committee to Save Bradley, the group will meet Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 7 hours ago]
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RJ Editorial: Get rid of bump-outs in downtown Meriden

“Two-way traffic on West Main Street? Meriden might as well bring back the traffic tower! … How about trolley cars? Come on!”That was this newspaper’s editorial reaction, 15 years ago, to the idea of undoing decades of the one-way traffic pattern downtown. ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 10 hours ago]
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Public hearing scheduled for downtown tree removal

WALLINGFORD — A hearing Friday afternoon will allow for public feedback on the town’s decision to remove 38 pear and oak trees lining Center Street from Route 5 to North Main and South Main streets.The hearing will be held in the Town Hall auditorium ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 11 hours ago]
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Church offers Last Blast celebration

WALLINGFORD — Families had plenty to do to kick off the Labor Day weekend at New Life Church on Saturday. Carnival games, a petting zoo, hayrides, live music, rock climbing, waterslides, and more filled the grounds of the church for its event, called ... [Published Record-Journal.com - 13 hours ago]

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