New zoning amendment allows apartments over businesses

MONROE, CT — Property owners now have the option of renting out apartments above their businesses on commercial parcels with direct street frontage and access from Main Street in a Business-1 District, as well as in a B-2 District between the southerly boundary Monroe shares with Trumbull and south of Knollwood Street.

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Frustration grows as town officials seek answers from Eversource

MONROE, CT — Close to 82 percent of Monroe is still without power Thursday afternoon, and First Selectman Ken Kellogg is feeling frustration over trying to get answers from Eversource on the progress of the restoration effort after Tropical Storm Isaias caused massive power outages throughout the state on Tuesday. Read More

Covid-19 positivity rates remain low in Monroe

The following is an update from First Selectman Ken Kellogg:

MONROE, CT — The situation in Connecticut — and in Monroe — remains encouraging, as evidenced by continued low positivity rates, new case counts, and hospitalizations.

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