MONROE, CT — Cheryl Vallerie, of Fairfield, worked in the Inland Wetlands Department for the City of Norwalk for seven years, working her way up to deputy zoning inspector. Read More
MONROE, CT — Themis Klarides, the former House minority leader, who has an exploratory committee in place to test the waters for a run for governor next year, headlined a Monroe Republican Town Committee fundraiser at Vazzy’s Osteria on Main Street Tuesday night. Read More
MONROE, CT — Customers of a new, next generation Panera Bread Café to be built at 205 Monroe Turnpike will be able to save time at the drive-thru by ordering through an app, then getting their food and beverages at a separate, rapid order pickup window.
MONROE, CT — Monroe’s new Plan of Conservation and Development, which will guide the town’s land use decisions for the next 10 years, will be dedicated to a man who led the Planning and Zoning Commission as its chairman for the last decade. Read More
MONROE, CT — A debate over whether to hire an expert for a site plan application in the Pepper Street Business Park late last month ended with Planning and Zoning Commission members deciding to invite a consultant working for the Inland Wetlands Commission to their next meeting. Read More
MONROE, CT — Arnold Karp, the owner of industrial property on Cambridge and Independence drive, is proposing an ambitious plan to restore the site and prepare it for development after the previous owner left a massive hole from a graveling operation. Read More