What People Have Said

What People Have Said

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Dear Sue Prosi, It was a pleasure meeting you at the Walk Bridge meeting held at City Hall. Thank you for graciously taking the time to speak with me. I boarded the north bound Metro North last week. (Isn't it amazing that it now connects to Hartford.  I thing that is one of the best things Connecticut has done!)  While passing the Maritime Aquarium I couldn't help but admire the clear, unobstructed view of the Sound. The  skyline is simply magnificent. I also admired the "clean" view of the Vanderbilt building that is not too far away. I've looked at a few views of the walk bridge.  Some views would have it appear a military-ish, steel monstrosity. Other views render a smaller, slightly more pleasing structure. I can't know which…
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What People Have Said

Uncategorized, What People Have Said
“I believe we should use the POCD process and the recently state-funded East Avenue TOD grant to direct the future of the TOD plan area,” Davidson said. “We should not be using a (zoning) text-change amendment to apply to a specific parcel. This has been the cause of much of the disjointed development in the past. We should do our planning first and our development after our planning." – David Davidson, Planning Commissioner 1 1 Quote from The Hour - Planning Commission Backs TOD Plan for East Norwalk Train Station February 20, 2018.
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City Commissions Should Drive East Norwalk Planning Design

Decision-Makers In Action, Latest Post, Uncategorized
Once again, Norwalk's Planning and Zoning Commissions are being asked to make changes to the zoning code to facilitate a development that is not on its planning radar. East Norwalk has been neglected for decades for Planning Design and pro-active Economic Development invitations to new businesses. While the active and well-funded Redevelopment Agency has made and re-made South and Central Norwalk, East Norwalk has sat waiting for its turn to be the bride for comprehensive planning and economic development. Now, on the cusp of beginning the Plan of Conservation and Development, and a $125k grant from the State to study and plan for Transit Oriented Development around the East Norwalk Train Station, an applicant is seeking to jump to the head of the line and use the TOD zoning code…
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218 East Avenue

218 East Avenue

Eminent Domain, Uncategorized
218 East Avenue, at the corner of Fort Point Street, and directly across the street from the southbound platform of the East Norwalk Metro North station is the location of a thriving local business, El Sabor Latino. This panaderia is a popular morning stop for breakfast.
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