The Planning and Zoning Commission held its monthly meeting at the Recreation Center on Monday evening with a single public hearing, completing its agenda in less than an hour.
With the decade coming to an end, The North Haven Citizen takes a look back at some of the biggest stories in our town in 2009.
The first Board of Selectmen’s meeting of the new administration touched on many topics, including the Dec. 9 special selectmen’s meeting, vacant town positions, and building department complaints.
The 14th annual North Haven High School “Sharing with Seniors” breakfast provided the outgoing class an opportunity to thank and learn from the town’s senior citizens.
The shift in Town Hall leadership has momentarily stalled the case of Robert Burns versus the town of North Haven.
The North Haven Police Department continues to curb speeding in town, led by Police Chief James DiCarlo and a new speed deterrent trailer.
The victors of the North Haven municipal elections were sworn into office Nov. 30 at the 2009 North Haven inauguration ceremony.
In a surprise move to some of his colleagues last Thursday evening, John Lambert, chairman of the North Haven Board of Education, addressed the audience just prior to the public comment section of the meeting, and announced his plans to resign from the board.
The 2009 North Haven municipal elections were a resounding sweep for the Republicans, with Michael Freda taking the First Selectman position. Freda defeated incumbent First Selectman Janet McCarty by more than 1,600 votes with 4,873 to McCarty’s 3,232.