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101 College Street–the Newest Element of New Haven Downtown Crossing Project Reaches Major Milestone Tonight
New Haven Board of Alders Approve Together, We Grow–Development and Land Disposition Agreement
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Tonight, as the City of New Haven works to create a resilient economy in light of the impacts of COVID-19, a Development and Land Disposition Agreement was presented for a second reading and approved by the New Haven Board of Alders. 101 College Street, a proposed 10-story, 400,000-500,000 square foot development consisting of lab, research, and incubator space in support of New Haven’s burgeoning bioscience economy, was passed unanimously.
“Planning for New Haven’s future amid the challenges associated with the COVID-19…Continue
The City of New Haven Announces Wooster Square Monument Committee
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today the City of New Haven announced that it will be forming a committee to formally decide what will succeed the Columbus statue at Wooster Square Park. This past Wednesday, the New Haven Parks Department removed the 4,000-pound bronze statue from its pedestal at the Wooster Square Park. The Christopher Columbus statue is being retained by the City after suffering multiple incidents of vandalism before its removal by the Parks Department. For historical preservation purposes, the City plans to maintain the base of the statue at Wooster Square Park, and the City is currently maintaining the Christopher Columbus statue in a secure location.
The Wooster Square Monument Committee will be comprised of members…Continue
New Haven Police Investigate Homicide
New Haven| New Haven Police are investigating a homicide. The deceased is an adult male who was found in a parking lot several hundred feet behind a business near 301 Sargent Drive.
On Sunday, June 28, 2020, at approximately 6:22 a.m., New Haven Fire and Police responded to a report of an unresponsive person. Arriving emergency responders found a gunshot victim in a commercial parking lot. The victim was pronounced deceased on scene.
NHPD Major Crimes detectives, NHPD Bureau of Identification forensic detectives, and personnel from the state Office of the Chief Medical Examiner responded to the location. Medical Examiner personnel removed the victim.…Continue