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All meetings with an (*) indicate a public meeting
Monday, November 20th, 2017
Federal Railroad Association, New Haven City Hall, 165 Church Street, 2nd Floor Atrium, Meeting Rooms 1 & 2 12:00 p.m. (203) 946-2867
*Board of Alders, Democratic Caucus, New Haven City Hall, 165 Church Street, 2nd Floor Atrium,
Meeting Room 3, 5:45 p.m.; Public Information, New Haven City Hall, 165 Church Street, 2nd Floor Atrium, Meeting…Continue
New Haven - Mayor Toni N. Harp will be joined Monday afternoon by officials of the Town Green Special Services District, the Shops at Yale, small business owners, local business development organizations and more than a dozen other collaborators to announce New Haven’s annual participation in Small Business Saturday, scheduled this year for November 25.
The press announcement is scheduled to take place at Artist & Craftsman Supplies – 821 Chapel Street – in New Haven on Monday, November 20 at 2:15 p.m.
Some perks for Small Business Saturday include free and discounted parking, merchant promotions to encourage commerce and visitation. These promotions will kick off that Saturday and then, for the first time, extend throughout the holiday shopping season.
For additional information on parking, promotions, and special demonstrations during the Downtown New Haven Small Business Saturdayvisit: …Continue
The next Police & Community Walk will be held in the Dwight/ Chapel area on Friday November 17th, at 3pm. We will be starting off at 150 Edgewood Ave (police substation).
Daniel Hunt keep up the great work..
On September 7, a three-man team consisting of the Mammut athlete Stephan Siegrist along with Thomas Huber and Julian Zanker embarked on an adventure in the Kashmir Himalayas. On September 13, they reached the base camp. Ideal weather conditions allowed no opportunity for a break and by September 18, they had set up the Advanced Base Camp (ABC) at 5,050 meters. After several trips to transport equipment and completing their preparations, the team set out to climb the face on October 1. They had to revise their initial plan of completing the ascent in five days. For tactical reasons, they abandoned their first attempt and made their way back to the base camp. Buoyed up with renewed strength and resolve, they took up the adventure once again on October 8. The weather was stable, with clear skies in the mornings, clouds forming by midday and snow falling in the afternoons. The team had to battle with icy cracks, spindrift and extremely cold temperatures falling as…Continue