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Adriana’s owners to open local eatery By Everett Bishop The Citizen

Dan Hadlock, of North Haven, baits a hook while fishing at Wharton Brook State Park in Wallingford on Wednesday, July 3. Hadlock is a U.S. Air Force veteran who served in the Vietnam War. Photos by Dave Zajac, Record-Journal

Beating the heat at Wharton Brook park By Everett Bishop The Citizen

WALLINGFORD — Some families made the most of a long Fourth of July holiday weekend at Wharton Brook State Park. The sun was shining, and the smell of burgers and hot dogs sizzling on the grill filled the air. “I’m here with my family. Dad is out fishing and the

kids are out swimming,” said Ada Cassa as she prepared lunch. “I like that it’s quiet. Nice and quiet.”

Some played soccer while waiting for the food to cook. Others just sat around to chat.

People sat on the beach watching as their kids jumped in and out of the water, swimming to avoid the heat last week.

“Yeah we’re here cooking. Getting ready to eat,” said Manny Stroud, sitting with his family in the shade. “We’re going to meet some family later and then head down to the beach.”

Just up the hill from the beach, several families were spread out under the shade getting ready to have lunch.

Stroud’s wife Veronica talked See Wharton, A10

Owners of the New Haven restaurant Adriana’s are planning to open a new eatery in North Haven. The site will occupy the space left by Leon’s, a now-closed Italian restaurant, located at 344 Washington Ave. “We’re expanding,” said Assael Monterze, a spokesperson for Adriana’s. “We are thinking of opening in September.”

As far as the name of the North Haven restaurant goes, Monterze said that will be revealed later, when the restaurant is ready to open. Monterze confirmed that “Italian-oriented” food, much like that served at Adriana’s, will be served at the North Haven site and that the restaurant will be similar to Adriana’s in serving style and atmosphere. ebishop@record-journal.com 203-317-2444

Space for after-school program approved By Everett Bishop The Citizen

The Planning and Zoning Commission has approved Ulbrich Boys & Girls Club’s application to adapt space for after-school programming by subdividing the Hope Christian Church on Montowese Avenue. The plan for this new unit was approved July 1

after traffic issues and enrollment capacity were addressed. “We came up with a plan to keep traffic minimalized,” said Erik Scaranuzzo, chairman of the Ulbrich Boys & Girls Club’s steering committee. “We were also approved to give aid to about 70 kids at max capacity.” See Program, A12

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Man charged in fatal hit-and-run By Lauren Sellew Record-Journal staff

NORTH HAVEN — A Meriden man faces charges in connection with a hit-andrun that killed a mother of two in March. Mark Rubino, 40, of Meriden, was charged Friday, July 5 with evasion of responsibility in operating a motor vehicle causing death, misconduct with a motor vehicle, no insurance and failure to drive in proper lane. Rubino’s bond was set at $50,000. Maureen Munzer, 57, of North Haven was walking on Ridge Road with her two children when she was struck by a red Ford Fusion, which drove off, police said. The incident occurred near Homewood Avenue on March 11.

Multiple law enforcement agencies worked on the investigation, including local police and the South Central Connecticut Traffic Unit.

Attempted robbery at Home Depot By Lauren Sellew Record-Journal staff

NORTH HAVEN — A man faces charges after police said he tried to steal items from Home Depot on Sunday and waved a knife at a security employee. Rubio

"Over the coming months (Officer Marcus) Artaiz and SCCTU interviewed numerous witness, reviewed surveillance footage, obtained multiple search warrants, and collected physical evidence to be examined by the State Forensic Laboratory,” police said in a statement. lsellew@record-journal.com 203-317-2225 Twitter: @LaurenSellewRJ

Noel Santiago, 54, unknown address, was arrested on Sunday and charged with first-degree robbery, interfering with officers, carrying a dangerous weapon, illegal possession of a shoplifting device, fifth-degree larceny and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Ruiz Torres, Noah Travers, Scarlett Vogel, Makayla Wood, Harvey Wu, Isabella Zambory. Grade 10, high honors: Wajiha Ali, Ahmed Anwar, Devin Barbour, Alex Barletta, Gina Barron, Madeline Bergin, Isabella Blasi, Julia Bogen, Gillianne Bolduc, Jannat Butt, Matthew Casey, Sevde Celebi, De Cienfuegos, Molly Coyle, My Ting Cuevas Lo, Sophia DelVecchio, Arianna DiPaola, Chloe Dunaj, Diego Esponda, Jylian Esposito, Justin Falasco, Paula Fappiano, Sofia Fappiano, Robert Farrelly, Alexandra Ferriouolo, Luke Franco, Kaitlyn Freeman, Carly Fresher, Daniel Frost, Amy Gibson, Kayla Giordano, Ava Guidone, Kaitlyn Ha, Nicholas Howlett, Riley Jooss, Nadia Kavgaci, Megan Kell, Jenna Kompare, Emily Konopka, Matthew Labanara, Alyssa Laborde, Paige Lavorante, Raymond Lewis, Jordan Maenza, Kelsey McCarthy, Kayleigh Meehan, Sarah Meronek, Tinisha Narain, Finn O'Shaughnessey, Patrick Pagano, Laura Page, Sophia Papa, Grace Peruso, Lily Pollard, Tanner Powell, Sarah Puzone, Eva Redman, Patrick Rourke, Megan Russo, Michaela Salzo, B:8.7”Schiavo, HasElliza Sayed, Gino san Shakeel, Courtney Silk, T:8.7” Christina Smith, Marcus Smith,

Olivia Stefanik, Sean Stetson, Sean Sullivan, Brianna Then, Caprice Tondalo, Robert Vaughan, Andrew Vitiello, Jennifer Yang, Evan Ziegler, Kayley Zielinski, Michael Zimmerman; hon-

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The following were named to the fourth term honor roll. Grade 9, high honors: Emma Aiken, Kieran Alexandro, Rebecca Anastasio, Julia-Lynn Arcuri, Hannah Auddino, Jacob Balga, Kyle Borrelli, Aedan Bosticco, Michael Brandt, Meadow Carbone, Noelle Carmody, Hayly Caruso, Andrew Cecarelli, Savannah Ciak, Arawan Collins, Juliana Collins, Jenna Courville, Samuel Crowley, Juliana DeAngelo, Ryan DeVaux, Marco DiBenedetto, Sophia Dorio, Umi El Mammann, Grace Finch, Ada Forbes, Christopher George, Makayla Greene, Kyle Guo, Jake Hines, Omar Ibrahim, Ellie Kerzner, Mane Khachatryan, Lorelei King, Elizabeth Knapp, Erin Knapp, Taya Laborde, Michael Lawrence, Nicholas Lawrence, Ji Lim, Zoey LoPresti, Juliana Mascia, Zachary McCarthy, Sophia Melillo, Riley Minns, Zeena Mohamed, Katherine Myjak, Caley Neville, Derek Novicki, Morgan O'Brien, Matthew O'Connell, Eliza O'Connor, Eveani Okwuosa, Bryan Parker, Avi Patel, Genevieve Peters, Viana Pham, Jason Phan, Jack Pollard, Harrison Rainey, Ty Rooney, Kevin Rourke, Benjamin Rudikoff, Daniyal Saleem, Alec Salonga, Anna Schepisi, Genevieve Simon, Domenico Sposito, Ariana

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Honors From A3 Emma Christoforo, Arthur Cross, Sarah DeGrand, Giavanna DeLucia, Anthony Denya, Sara Ferraro, Edward Gagliardi, Zaina Gebril, Vincent Granata, Lillian Greco, Rafe Lawless, Conway Lin, Sydney Maenza, Sarina Marra, Brooklyn Mastracchio, Shemar Moore, Vincenza Muoio, Tiernan Neville, Kyle Nichols, Joseph O'Connor, Dana Passaro, Justin Perillie, Juliana Prete, Sophia Raposo, Dante Reaves, Jonah Redenti, Nicole Reynolds, Max Rook, Merve Sariyildiz, Juliana Seaman, Manaaf Shreiteh, Shelby Silk, Tyler Simms, Tabitha

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Joseph Vitale, Brijesh Vyas, Mekhi Watkins, Jacelle Watson, Justin White, Kiersten Winter, Anna Wootton, Michael Wulff, Marla Zikaras; honors: Allison Amendola, Max Anastasio, Yasharelis Ayala, Aidan Bergin, Joshua Blumenthal, Aaliyah Bowers, Olivia Broderick, Giovanni Calderon, Alexa Cappella, Bryce Charney, Mia Coppola, Lisa Courville, Samantha Curcio, Mia D'Addio, Anthony DelVecchio, Gabriella DiBiaso, Aalyiah Douglas, Madison Fredericks, Angela Gambardella, Thomas Garcia, Christopher Hansen, Emma Hart, Erika Holle, Corey Hooks, Jason Houde, Morgan Jasiorkowski, Tafari Kelly, Salma Khalil, Abigail Kirtland, Alyssa Konspore, Jake Leverich, Jaden Luedee, Marissa Marciano, Kyle Maruca, Courtney McFarland, Donald McInnis, Jenna Messina, Brian Mills, Nashali Morales, Juliana Papelo, Noah Perillie, Laura Petrafesa, Alphonse Piscitelli, Victoria Porto, Jonathan Priebe, Maya Proch, Joseph Ranciato, Marissa Rappa, Christopher Reilly, Aubrey Reyes, Alyssa Riccio, Aaron Ruotolo, Ava Santacroce, Orest Seniw, Owen Silk, Kacper Skonieczny, Francis Squeglia, Angelina Stowe, Griffin Symon, Ethan Testa, Alexis Votto, Jaden Watson, Jeffrey Williston, Christopher Xu, Jacob Zimmerman. Grade 12, high honors: Gjina Ahmetaj, Madison Aiello, Benjamin Blumenthal, Sarah Bohner, Zoe Bowerman, Julia Brock, Carly Brown, Daniella Bryson, Samantha Burke, Mark Caiafa, Emily Casamento, Isabelle Chagnon, Timothy Chin, Meg Christoforo, Summer Christoforo, Lily Corcoran, John Crispi, Peter Cronin, Rafealla D'Amico, Quinn Dallai, Peyton Davis, Lawrence DeLucia, David DiCristina, Lucas Esponda, Benjamin Fisher, Matteo Franco, Jackson Frank, Angelo Fraschilla, Kelly Fresher, Angel Garcia, Emily Gibson, Daniel Gi-

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Chief discusses damaged fire truck By Everett Bishop The Citizen

The North Haven Fire Department is “actively negotiating” with insurance companies over a quote it received to repair damages to a fire engine. According to fire chief Paul Januszewski, the damage is “exceeding $50,000.” On Sunday, June 9, at approximately 2:30 a.m., a North Haven fire engine was struck on its rear edge by an oncoming vehicle on I-91 near exit 10. The engine was taken out of service indefinitely. At a special meeting of the fire commission held on June 18, Januszewski said the engine was serving as a “blocking apparatus” when it was hit.

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Schools Locals in college Bryant College, Smithfield, R.I., has named Madeline Miranda, and Mackenzie Quinn to its dean’s list for the spring semester. College of St. Rose, Albany, N.Y., has named Laura Borrelli to its dean’s list for the spring semester. DeSales University, Center Valley, Pa., has named Ellem Mountcastle to its dean’s list for the spring semester. Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pa., has named Anna Pienkos to its dean’s list for the spring semester. Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y., awarded John Buckley a bachelor’s degree in economics. Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y., has named Celeste Battipaglia and Shawna Zeisner to its dean’s list for the spring semester. Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y., has named Lindsay Knight to the provost’s list for the spring semester. Lasell College, Newton, Mass., has named the following students to its dean’s list for the spring semester:

healthcare administration; Kyle Nguyen, a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering; Khola Shuaib, a Springfield College, Spring- master’s in business adminfield, Mass., has awarded the istration; Kalie Siciliano, a following students with demaster’s in healthcare adgrees at commencement ministration; Veronica ceremonies in May: Abigail Sills, an associate’s in dental Tantorski has earned a bach- hygiene; Alexis Tonelli, a elor's degree in health scibachelor’s in marketing; Anence pre-physician assisthony Torrice, Jr., a bachetant, Cole Pecora has earned lor’s in criminal justice with a bachelor's of science dea concentration in investigagree in Health Scitive services. ence, Michael McKenna has University of Scranearned a bachelor's degree ton, Scranton, Pa., has in sports biology. named Charles Nugent to its University of New dean’s list for the spring Haven, West Haven, has semester. awarded the following stuUniversity of Vermont, dents with degrees at comBurlington, Vt., has named mencement ceremonies in Jenna Goldschmidt to its May: Gabrielle Benedetto, a master’s in business admin- dean’s list for the spring semester. istration with a concentration in Marketing; Jacey BisUniversity of Vermont, sell, a master’s in healthcare Burlington, Vt., has awardadministration; Mark ed Richard Haney a bacheBromwich, a master’s in cellor’s degree in medical labolular and molecular biology ratory science. with a concentration in cellular molecular-non-theWesleyan University, Midsis; Stephen Caiafa, a bache- dletown, has awarded Colin lor’s in business manageCiszewski a bachelor’s dement; Francesca Consiglio, a gree in neuroscience and bachelor’s in criminal justice behavior; and Colin Uyeki a with a concentration in bachelor’s degree in neuroforensic psychology; Khalid science and behavior. Mohamed, a master’s in Amanda Brock, Evan Ortiz, Carly Van Deusen and Angela Sanzari.

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Connex recognizes star students After reviewing more than 80 applications, Connex Credit Union selected three local students as the 2019 winners of its annual scholarship program. Tessa Mackey of Guilford, winner of the Arthur B. Haesche Memorial Scholarship, is presented a check for $2,000 from Connex president and chief executive officer Frank Mancini.

As part of its ConnexCares philanthropic initiative, the credit union awards $6,000 each year to assist with the high cost of college tuition, books and living expenses.

To qualify, students were required to meet a strict set of educational standards and submit an essay answering the question, “What is the most important money management lesson you have learned in high school that will help you manage your Frank Mancini presents Valerie Gimler with the $2,000 John money and live comfortably R. Edwards Community Involvement Scholarship. in college?”

Mallory will attend Quinnipiac University, majoring in Business Management and Administration. The John R. Edwards Community Involvement Scholarship ($2,000), established in honor of Connex’s former president and CEO of more than 35 years, is awarded to a student demonstrating a commitment to community service. This year’s recipient is Valerie Gimler of North Haven. The North Haven High School graduate plans to attend the University of New Hampshire, majoring in Occupational Therapy.

The Arthur B. Haesche Memorial Scholarship ($2,000), named in honor of one of the founding members of Connex Credit Union, is awarded annually to a student majoring in business or finance. The recipient of this year’s Arthur B. Haesche Memorial Scholarship is Tessa Mackey of Guilford. Mackey currently attends Brown University and is majoring in Business Administration.

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Soccer club honors its own The North Haven Soccer Club awarded $500 scholarships to two graduating high school seniors who are

members of the soccer club. The annual scholarships are awarded to candidates

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based on participation and service to the club, their scholastic record and an essay describing what soccer has meant to them. Quinn Kirby has been a member of the NHSC for more than eight years, participating as a player, assistant coach and camp counselor. She plans to attend the University of Vermont in the fall.

The League of Women Voters of Hamden/North Haven elected a new Steering Committee for a two-year term June 12 at the annual dinner meeting, held at J. Roos Restaurant in North Haven. Kathleen Schomaker, The Steering Committee, chaired by rotating conven- speaker; Darin Wilborne, guest; April Beichner, ers, includes Alice Baxter, convener; Judy Lhamon, Treasurer/Membership; LWVCT board member. Donna Bouffard, Secretary; Diane Hoffman, Voter Services and back-up Secretary; Stephanie Wilborne, Spokesperson/Information; Nominating Co-Chairs Raeanne Curtis and Christine Esposito; and Members April Beichner and Helen Spencer.

Camille Sahirul was a player, coach and referee for the club. She plans to attend Franklin Pierce University and study physical therapy. She will also continue her soccer career there.

NHSC scholarship winners Camille Sahirul and Quinn Kirby.

The North Haven Soccer Club would like to thank Quinn and Camille for their many years of involvement with the club and wish them well as they begin their college careers.

The featured speaker at the annual dinner meeting was Kathleen Schomaker, Energy Efficiency Projects Manager for Hamden, who spoke about Sustainable Connecticut and her role as the Hamden liaison to that program. North Haven also participates in SustainableCT. See Voters, A11

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Soccer camp Registration for the all-new North Haven Soccer Club Summer Camp is open.

Beautification awards

Led by the NHSC directors of coaching, the North Haven Soccer Club Summer Camp is open to all soccer players. This is a great way for players to get ready for the fall season.

The North Haven Garden Club will award private and/ or business properties for their gardening and beautification efforts in town. The club is looking for gardens demonstrating the following criteria: color coordination, organization, design and plant arrangement, until mid-July. For more information, or to make a nomination, email the Civic Committee at nhgccindy@yahoo.com.

For additional information and to register, visit NorthHavenSoccerClub.org.

Food drive

New this year, the camp will take place at the high school turf field in the evening, Aug. 19-22, with a rain date of Aug. 23.

Camera Club North Haven Camera Club's next meeting will be the new season's Open House. The meeting will be held Tuesday, Sept. 3, 7 p.m., at Hope Christian Church, 211 Montowese Ave., North Haven. Meetings are not held in July or August. North Haven Camera Club offers instructional meetings, workshops and field trips for photographers of all skill levels. For more information, visit NorthHavenCameraClub.com.

Bible school

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Join us on an epic African adventure as Faith United Methodist Church, 81 Clintonville Road, presents ROAR: Life is Wild – God is Good, July 15-19, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Youngsters from age 5 to those who have just completed sixth grade are welcome to attend, regardless of religion. Contact David Bogert at 203-6055662; dmbogert@sbcglobal.net.

The North Haven Trail Association maintains both the Tidal Marsh Trail and Banton Quinnipiac Trail. NHTA programs are provided through a generous grant from the Community Foundation of Greater New Haven through its Quinnipiac River Fund. For more information, visit northhaventrails.org.

Daytime Gardeners The Daytime Gardeners of North Haven is a member of The Federated Garden Clubs of CT, Inc., the New England Garden Clubs, Inc., and the National Garden Clubs, Inc. New members always welcome. For more information, call 203-234-1781.

The Department of Community Services will be collecting food items for its fourth annual Summer Vacation Food Drive through July 31. The goal is to collect nonperishable, nutritious food and snack items that youngsters can easily prepare for themselves during the summer months. Donations can be dropped off at the Community Services office at the Town Hall Annex, 5 Linsley St., during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For information about the food bank, contact Rob Snurkowski at 203-239-5321 ext. 502.

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Robert Megna, of New Haven, gives a lift to his 3-year-old daughter, Catherine, while swimming at Wharton Brook State Park in Wallingford on Wednesday, July 3. Megna is a former Democratic member of the Connecticut House of Representatives.

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about how excited she was to spend the day at the park, which is located on the Wallingford-North Haven line along Route 5.

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“I didn’t even know this place was here,” she said. “When I saw it I told my husband, I said ‘We have to go there.’ It’s a very nice place.” Last year, the state closed down the park for eight months following a storm in May 2018. Trees had been ripped out of the ground leaving state crews to clear

Kristian Santiago, 7, and his 10-year-old sister Leilani, of Wallingford, enjoy swimming at Wharton Brook State Park in Wallingford on Wednesday, July 3.

the wreckage. According to Chris Collibee, a spokesman for the State Department of Energy and Environmental

Protection, about $250,000 was allocated by the state just for tree removal at the park.


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Friday Beginner Jazz Band (Summer Program): July 12, 6 p.m. 473 Washington Ave., North Haven.

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Brown Bag It Film Series: Bombshell: Hedy Lamarr: July 12, 12:30 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Music Under the Stars: July 16, 7 - 8 p.m. North Haven.

Dance Party: July 12, 10:30 a.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Spectacular Science: July 16, 3:30 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Robbie G: July 12, 5 - 8 p.m. Free. Aunt Chilada’s Restaurant, 3931 Whitney Ave., Hamden. 203-2304640. auntchilada.com.

Tutu Tuesday: July 16, 10:30 a.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Saturday Blueface: July 13, 8 p.m. $48. Toyota Oakdale Theatre, 95 S. Turnpike Road, Wallingford.

Monday Blood Drive: July 15, 1 p.m. 6 p.m. North Haven Health and Racquet, 100 Elm St., North Haven. Monday Night Picnic & Performance Series - Mr. Gym: July 15, 6:30 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven. Toddler Time: July 15, 10:30 a.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

During the past year, LWV of Hamden-North Haven has hosted a live-streamed conference on redistricting, registered voters and answered questions at various venues.

Tuesday

Wednesday Book Chat: July 17, 1 - 2 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven. Covet: July 17, 8 p.m. $15. Space Ballroom, 295 Treadwell St., Hamden. Homeschoolers' Club: July 17, 2:30 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven. One Strange Rock: July 17, 2:30 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven. Parent Playdate: July 17, 10:30 a.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Thursday

LWV members served as timers for two pre-primary, televised gubernatorial debates. LWV organized a District 34 Democratic senatorial pre-primary at the North Haven Library and a District 17 senatorial debate at the Miller Memorial Library in Hamden. A House debate for District 87 was held at North Haven Middle School.

Baby Rhyme Time: July 18, 10:30 a.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven. Blood Drive: July 18, 1 - 6:30 p.m. Hope Christian Church, 211 Montowese Ave., North Haven. Knitting Group: July 18, 1 - 3 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Kenny & Dolly Together Again: Monday, Aug. 12, at Aqua Turf. Last date to sign up is Friday, July 12. Don’t miss your chance to see a great tribute act to Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. Call 203-239-5432 for more information.

Manhattan cruise: Thursday, Sept. 5. Trip departs at 8 a.m. Estimated return time of 7:15 p.m. Board the Circle Line and enjoy the only narrated sightseeing cruise to completely circumnavigate the island of Manhattan. Call 203-239-5432 for more information.

Stuffed Animal Sleepover: July 18, 6 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Friday Local H: July 19, 8 p.m. $15 - $18. Space Ballroom, 295 Treadwell St., Hamden.

Reading Buddies: Little Buddies: July 19, 10:30 a.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

The best advice is for pregnant women to avoid cleaning the litter box, do a thorough hand washing after handling a cat, and in general refrain from eating undercooked meat. A toxoplasmosis blood test can be administered to women who are in early pregnancy. If positive, it

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Tuesday, July 9 Ceramics – 9 a.m.; Knitting / crochet class – 10 a.m.; Beg. chair yoga, Storytellers: Kate See Seniors, A12

Also, LWV’s Breakfast with the Legislators at the Whitney Center in Hamden, and all its other events, were well attended, and the LWV participated in the Earth Day celebration in Hamden and members attended the Earth Day celebration in North Haven.

means there are antibodies available to keep the fetus safe. If negative, it means a From A9 new cat in the house is probably not a good idea problematic for pregnant until the baby is born and women. It can put an unthriving. Ask your doctor’s born fetus at risk, especialoffice if you have any ly late in pregnancy. questions. Most of these zoonotic problems can be easily avoided by keeping our pets vaccinated, dewormed, and carefully examined on a regular basis by a veterinary professional. Now that’s something to celebrate! -- Press Release

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Radio City Christmas SpecMotor club: The AAA North- tacular : Wednesday, east Motor Club will conduct Nov. 20. Trip departs at 8 a.m. Estimated return time an informal workshop for of 7:30 p.m. Come enjoy this pre-retirees and the general wonderful holiday tradition. public on Tuesday, July 23, Call 203-239-5432 for more 6 p.m. information.

And when an emergency situation developed on Election Day 2018 in New Haven, local LWV members hurried to assist with registering voters.

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Reading Buddies: Big Buddies: July 19, 10:30 a.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Mini trip – Walmart, New Haven, Fitness Fun – 9:30 a.m.: Canasta – 10 a.m.; Tai Chi – 10:30 a.m.; Lunch – 11:30 a.m.; Pinochle – 12 p.m.; Beg Mah Jongg, Bocce – 12:30 p.m.; Bingo – 12:45 p.m.

munity College Government Association Empowerment Expo about Connecticut’s clean state election public financing program.

LWV welcomes new members, and that includes Also, a LWV member spoke men. The LWV is non-parto English as a Second tisan and neither supports Language students at the nor opposes political canKeefe Center in Hamden didates. For more informaabout voters’ rights and retion, contact Stephanie sponsibilities, and another Wilborne at 203-228-8254. spoke at the Gateway Com-

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times for kids to show that traffic wouldn’t be an issue,” Collazo said. “We also have a plan to use both Montowese Avenue, where the church is, and Middletown Avenue to keep traffic flowing.”

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Carlos Collazo, executive director of the Ulbrich Boys & Girls Club, explained the plan to minimize traffic and promote safety.

According to Collazo, the North Haven unit has about 20 families pre-registered for the after-school program be-

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ginning in the fall of the 2019 academic year. He said the program will provide a “much needed service” to the residents of North Haven and promote “character and leadership, the arts, and educational and physical activities.” The cost of membership is $135 per year. “We’re getting gaming equipment, new furniture and installing a security system,” Collazo said.

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Allen Smith – 10:30 a.m.; Lunch – 11:30 a.m.; Mah Jongg – 12:30 p.m.; Oil Painting –12:45 p.m.; Senior Songsters – 1:15 p.m.

The work will be done by employees and volunteers of the Ulbrich Boys & Girls Club with added help coming from four Kohl’s stores as a part of the Kohl’s Cares volunteer initiative. “It really was a perfect storm,” Scaranuzzo said. “They’re (Hope Christian) a small congregation with a beautiful and large facility and they were offering it for a reasonable amount of rent. We stumbled across each other and Pastor Jim em-

braced the idea. Two nonprofits coming together really is a great story.” Jim Detweiler, pastor of the Hope Christian congregation, said it was an easy decision. “One of the key components of our church is finding ways to respond to our community. We didn’t have the financial resources and saw that there was a need for after-school care.” ebishop@record-journal.com 203-317-2444 Twitter: @everett_bishop

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Thursday, July 17

Fitness fun – 9:30 a.m.; Bocce – 10 a.m.; Lunch out at Dino’s – 11:15 a.m.; Intermediate Bridge, Bocce, Bingo –12:30 p.m.; Special Olympics Bocce – 6 p.m.

Pinochle – 8 a.m.; AARP Smart Driver Course – 8:30 a.m.; Ceramics – 9 a.m.; New Britain Bees baseball – 10:30 p.m. Lunch – 11:30 a.m.; Open Game Play – 12:30 p.m.; Special Olympics Bocce – 6 p.m.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the North Haven Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a Public TO RESIDENTS AND TAXPAYERS OF Hearing on Thursday, July 18, 2019 at THE TOWN OF NORTH HAVEN AND 7:30 p.m., at the Mildred A. Wakeley OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: Community & Recreation Center, 7 Lins  Notice is hereby given that the Inland Wet- ley Street, in Room #2 at which time and lands Commission will hold a Public Hearing place opportunity will be given to those on Wednesday, July 24, 2019 at 7:00 P.M., who wish to be heard relative to the followat the Mildred A. Wakeley Community and ing applications: Recreation Center, 7 Linsley Street, in   Room #2 at 7:00 p.m. to consider the fol- 1. #19-05   Application of Elizabeth and lowing applications. A copy of this notice is Jason Kyle, Applicants & Owners, relative to 16 Barnett Drive, (Map 54, Lot 144), filed in the Town Clerk’s Office.                   per Section 2.1.1.9 requesting a front yard   1. #I19-06    Application of North Haven setback variance of 3.5’ to permit a front Business Park LLC, Applicant, Alvina’s yard setback of 46.5’ where 50’ is required. LLC, Owner,  relative to 71 Leonardo Drive, R-20 Zoning District.    (Map 52, Lot 65), seeking a Permit to Con-   duct Regulated Activity and a Site Plan Re- 2. #19-06   Application of Bernadette & Wilferral. Plan Entitled: Site Plan Application of liam Welsh, Applicants & Owners, relative North Haven Business Park, LLC, 71 Leonar- to 35 Watson Avenue, (Map 46, Lot 140), do Drive, North Haven, Connecticut 06473. per Section 2.1.1.9 requesting a side yard Prepared by: Criscuolo Engineering, LLC. setback variance of 6’ to permit a side yard Dated: 1/09/2013. Scale: 1”=20’. IL-80 Zon- setback of 4’ where 10’ is required. R-20 Zoning District.    ing District.     2. #I19-09   Application of the Town of North Donald Clark, Secretary Haven, Applicant, Edward M. and Theresa R218511 O.  Yates, Owners, relative to 3022 & 3030 Ridge Road, (Map 87, Lots 74 & 11) seeking Help Wanted a Subdivision Referral. Plan Entitled: Subdivision Map, Prepared for: The Town of North ADMINISTRATIVE/ Haven, Property of: Edward M. & Theresa PROGRAM ASSISTANT O. Yates, 3030 Ridge  Road, North Haven & F/T M-F, exc. benefits, Hamden, Connecticut. Prepared by: Milone at CEDF in Meriden, a & MacBroom.  Dated: June 5, 2019. Scale: Small Business Mission Open 8–5 Monday 1”=50’. R-40 Zoning District.      Lender. Admin, data  thru Friday. Call Us. base, reception, lending 3. #I19-10    Application of Senior Luxury program & customer 203-238-1953 Housing, LLC, Applicant, FPJ  Investments, service support. Maintain LLC, Owner, relative to 79T, 87, 87T, 91, 95 office, supplies and files; and 95 Warner Road, (Map 40, Lots 39process loan inquiries, 44), seeking a Permit to Conduct Regulated Activity and a Subdivision Referral. Plan En- maintain data in CRM, & administrative support. titled: Proposed Cluster Resubdivision 79T, HS/additional training, 87, 87T, 91, 95 and 95 Warner Road, North 2-5yrs exp., outstandHaven, Connecticut. Prepared by: Milone & MacBroom. Dated: June 25,  2019.  Scale: ing computer/customer service skills a necessity, 1”=80’. R-40 Zoning District. bilingual (Spanish) a plus,   ability to lift/bend/file.   CL/Res & for full desc. Steven J. Nugent, Secretary kmaciorowski@cedf.com R218639

Classifieds

Autos Wanted

Help Wanted AFTERNOON TEACHER - Cromwell, 2:30-5:30, Monday through Friday, July or September start. Call Suzanne, 860 635-3485 or email  suzrutner@aol.com

CASH PAID For any Toyota any condition, running or not, crashed okay. Will take other makes and models. (203) 600-4431.

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BELFOR - Property Restoration is seeking general laborers to join our growing team. We are general contractors that specialize in fire and water damage repairs. Experience is a plus but is not a requirement. Call (203) 949-8660 Ext. 700.

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Help Wanted

ELECTRIC

Meter Technician A – The Wallingford Electric Division is seeking a highly qualified individual to perform skilled work on alternating current and direct current circuits, metering devices and meter equipment. Requires graduation from a high school /trade/ or technical school with course of study in the electrical field and 4 years experience as a Meter Technician in an electric utility or related experience.  Experience and training may be substituted on a year for year basis up to 2 years. Must have a valid State of CT Driver’s License.  $34.08 to $36.24 per hour (Wages currently under negotiation) plus an excellent fringe benefit package.  Apply to:  Human Resources Department, Town of Wallingford, 45 South Main Street, Wallingford, CT 06492.  Fax #: (203) 294-2084. Closing date will be July 31, 2019.  EOE.  

Whether it is a lost ring, wallet or a Parrot named Oliver, a Classified ad can help track it down.

FULL TIME PHOTOGRAPHER/WEB CONTENT PRODUCER NEEDED. Responsibilities include generating digital content for RJ Media Group Websites, covering local/ high school sports and local news, writing for the web, taking photos, writing cutlines, shooting and editing video, driving digital traffic and promoting user engagement through social media. Degree in journalism and 1-3 years of experience required. Valid driver license and vehicle required; or if no license, reliable and at-the-ready transportation.   Interested and qualified candidates submit a resume, cover letter, and photography examples to Richie Rathsackm Assitant Managing Editor, Digital Content and Analytics, rrathsack@record-journal.com   RJ Media Group is an EOE committed to a diverse workforce and we do not discriminate on the basis of any protected class or characteristic m/f/d/v.  

Help Wanted

Condos For Rent

NEWSPAPER DELIVERY MERIDEN - East Side, 2 BRs, fully applianced. ROUTES AVAILABLE No pets. (203) 235$400-$600 - Every 2 4853. weeks + Tips (Depending upon area.) Routes available in the Stores and Offices For following towns: MeRent riden, Wallingford, Southington, Cheshire, Middletown, Middlefield, Durham and Berlin. Make extra cash before you go to work making early morning newspaper deliveries using your own vehicle. NO experience necessary. Must be able to deliver early mornings, 7 Beautiful property. 216 days a week starting at Center St., Wallingford. 2:00 A.M. MUST be deExpertly maintained. pendable, able to read 1000 sq ft with full a map and a route list basement. $1,200 mo with specific delivery instructions. We will Currently retail clothing/ demonstrate the route print production. shop to you. Routes average Contact Ellen at 1.5 to 3 hours daily. No 203-623-7192 collections required. Not Temp Work, Long Construction EquipTerm Contracts. ment and Tools Call Vinny at (860) 8466399 before 11 a.m. DRAG HARROW - Horse and start tomorrow. Drawn Style, spring tooth. Adjustable PARALEGAL height, 4’W x 5’L, $50. Growing law firm located (203) 272-4574. in central CT seeks an experienced Litigation Furniture Paralegal to handle a variety of interesting insurance defense claims. Ex- SERTA LIFT COMFORT RECLINER CHAIR cellent writing, spelling, Brand new, never used, proofreading & grammat$300. 860.621.2959. ical skills required. Ideal candidates will possess a four-year degree as Appliances well as demonstrate strong organizational/ GE - 10,000 BTU air conditioner, $85 obo. Call time management skills, 475-775-6669. a thorough understanding of Practice Book, experience gathering, Lawn and Garden analyzing & summarizing discovery/investigation/medical records, drafting & responding to motions/pleadings/IRPs, maintaining deadlines/ calendar. State & Federal Court experience a plus. Email resume to resumes@nuzzo-roberts. com, No phone calls MATERIALS please. DISTRIBUTION Screened Topsoil $25 PART-TIME per yd; Sand-$15 per Early morning warehouse yd; Millings-$10 per yd; position; necessary Screened Millings $14 training provided. Driver per yd; Clean Fill $8 positions also available. per yd: $100 minimum Must have valid/current delivery. No pickup truck drivers license. Apply at service. Minimum 16 yd Gulf Shrimp, 240 Atwater pickup at our yard. Call Street, Plantsville. Jim  @ 860-982-4819 for delivery

Apartments For Rent MER - 3rd fl, 1 BR, renov’d, $575, sep. util., no pets, cred chk,  income verified, owner-broker, 860.621.7503.

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Miscellaneous For Sale CONSEW - #206RB-1 (Japan) High speed single needle; Compound walking foot/Needle feed with stand and motor. $750 or B/O. SINGER #20U33 (Japan) High speed industrial zig zag machine; Single needle with stand and motor. $500 or B/O. 203-238-1993. FREE - HP Officejet 6700 printer/copier, good condition, printer heads need cleaning, exc. video on UTube on how to do it, Call (860) 747-8488.

Wood Fuel Heating Equipment - Cleanest firewood in CT! PRESEASON SALE $180/cord delivered. Discount over 4 or picked up. Mike (203) 631-2211.

TREE LENGTH FIREWOOD CALL FOR DETAILS 203-238-2149

Wanted To Buy 1,2,3 Items or an Estate $$$CA$H$$$ Todd Shamock 203.494.1695Estate Sale Service Costume Jewelry, Antiques, paintings, Meriden-made.

1-2 ITEMS: China, Silverware, Glass. Furn., 50’s. Whole Estates. 203.238.3499

AARON’S BUYING Old Machinist Tools, Lathes, BenchTools, Hand Tools & more. (203) 525-0608.

ALWAYS BUYING CASH PAID Vintage Electronics, Musical Instruments, Amps, Ham Equipment, HiFi, Radios, CB, Guitars, Audio Equipment, Antiques. 860-707-9350

ANTIQUES - Always buying old; Toys, military, jewelry, art, watches, musical instruments, signs, arcade games, cameras, pre 1970 sports memorabilia, plus more. One item or entire estate contents.  Call 860718-5132. BUYING MACHINIST TOOLBOXES - Tools & tooling, contents of machine shops, home workshops and small lathes. Call anytime 860-985-5760

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MORE WAYS TO DEE’S ANTIQUES Buying Collectibles. Jewelry & Silver. China. Glass. Military. Musical. Anything Old & Unusual. Single item to an estate. 203.235.8431.

***NEED EXTRA CASH?*** Always buying coins, gold, silver, antiques, collectibles, estate & broken or unwanted jewelry. Live auction & estate services. Rick’s Antiques & Coins, 428 N. Colony Rd., Rt. 5, Wlfd. 203.269.9888.  ricksantiques andcoins.com

GRASSY HILL AUCTIONS, - an Estate Sale, Liquidation, Attic & Basement Cleanout Company is Always Buying and providing services all over Connecticut. These are just a FEW of the things Musical Instruments we are looking for: AnInstruction tiques, Collectibles, Old/ Vintage Toys, Musical Instruments (Saxophones, Trumpets, Violins, Flutes, Clarinets, Trombone & SO MUCH MORE) Advertising Items, Wristwatches (Broken or Not), Pocket Watches, Tools (Machinist, Woodworking, & MORE) Doorstops, Clocks, Oil Paintings, Music By Roberta  Old Signs, Old Photographs, Old Post- Perform. Instruct voiceall ages+levels. Piano cards, Brewery Items, begin.-interm. Hunting & Fishing, PEZ 860-406-4676. Dispensers, Costume Jewelry, Broken Jewelry, Gold & Silver Jewel- UPRIGHT KNABE PIANO ry, Gold & Silver Coins, - Excellent. condition, Military Items, Swords $500. 412-915-2801. & Bayonets, Helmets & Patches, Medals & Uniforms, Pocket Knives, Pets For Sale Lighters & Pipes, Fountain Pens, Mechanical Pencils, Fraternal Order Items, Religious Items, Industrial Items, Winchester Items, Sikorsky Items, Pratt & Whitney Items, Colt Items, Native American Items, Vintage Electronics, Slot Cars, Toy Trucks, Matchbox & Hotwheels, Barbie’s, Folk Art, Statues, Bronzes, MALTESE PUPS Trains, Cameras, Mid (2), male & female, Century Modern Furready to go. niture, Straight Razors, $1,000 ea. Shaving Items, Political Items, Comic Books, (860) 329-5623. Sports Cards & Autographs…& THE LIST GOES ON! So please give us a call at your earliest convenience. Grassy Hill Auctions 203-868-1816 - Grassy HillAuctions.com

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Yorkies, Yorkipoos, Bullies, Shih Tzu’s, $750+ 860.930.4001

WANTED Individual firearms, collections & estates including military & related items.Federally licensed firearms dealer. Gunsmith, appraisals, Richard Pleines, (860) 663-2214.

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Businesses & Services Attics and Basements Cleaned GARY WODATCH Demolition Svs Sheds, pools, decks, garages, debris removal. Quick, courteous svc. All calls returned. Ins. #566326. Cell, 860-558-5430

Home Improvements

Landscaping

CORNERSTONE

Service LLC All Phases of Electrical Work. 24 hr. Emergency Service. Small Jobs Welcome. 203.237.2122

Classifieds Open 8–5 Monday thru Friday. Call Us.

203-238-1953

Excavating K&A ENTERPRISES

Waterlines, sewer, septic, drainage, sidewalks, additions, tank removal, pavers. Lic# 571435, Ins. & refs. Call   (203) 379-0193.

Fencing CORNERSTONE

Fence & Ornamental Gates. All types of fence. Res/Comm. AFA Cert. Ins’d. Call John Uvino 203-237-4283. CT Reg #601060.

Gutters

Specializing in roofing, siding, kitchens, bathrooms, flooring, basement remodeling. Senior citizen discount Insured. Free est. 203-265-5200 HIC#0631937

Plumbing

CLEAN & REMOVE Furniture, appliances, entire contents of: homes, sheds, estates, attics, basements,  garages & more.  *SPRING YARD  Clean-ups*  FREE ESTIMATES.  LIC & INS.  203-535-9817 or  860-575-8218.

Handyperson

HOME DOCTOR - 48 years exp. in all trades, we do small odd jobs to remodeling, former US Navy SEAL, 15 years, current member at Masonic Lodge and a Shiner, Senior disc. Ins. #640689, 203.427.7828

Home Improvements AHEARN BUILDERS Additions, Decks, Siding, Doors, Windows, Remodeling. 860.346.0409

Is Spring Cleaning on THE OUTSIDE FREE Estimates   #569127 Call Kevin  203-440-3279

Real Estate Services

Masonry

VINYL SIDING SPECIAL Ranchs, Capes $7,800. Free est.Repairs. Lic & Ins. w/ ref. Hann’s On 860-563-2001.

Tree Services

FREE Market Analysis Senior citizen disc. Mark Gracia - Realtor 203.272.0000 License 0750463 mark.gracia @raveis.com

Roofing HAVE DUMP TRUCK. Reg. Ins. Free on-site est. Attics, basements, garages, appliances & more. Any questions?

Landscaping Gary Wodatch Landscaping. Hedge&tree trimming. Trim overgrown properties. Calls returned. #620397. 860-558-5430

JIMMY’S MASONRY Over 28 years of exp. Stonewalls, patios, sidewalks, chimneys, pool areas, fireplaces, fire pit steps, all types of masonry work. Free est. (860) 274-4893.

Yalesville Construction Specializing in all phases of residential & commercial roofing. Senior citizen discount Insured Free est. 203-265-5200 HIC#0631937

Siding

JT’S LANDSCAPING LLC, - We specialize in weeding beds, mulching, top soil, hedge & bush trimming . We do all your landscape needs. Top quality work at reasonable prices. #616311, Fully lic. & ins. 203-213-6528

ALEX MASONRY - 30 yrs. exp. Patios, Ret. Walls, Steps, Brick, Stone, Chimneys. #580443. 203-232-0257 or 203596-0652

AAA - Handyman Service. If it’s broken, If it’s cracked, If it’s rotted, WE CAN FIX IT. One call does it all, 30 yrs exp. Patrick (860) 3789813, HIC.0655666.

ROOFING, SIDING, WINDOWS, DECKS & REMODELING. 203-639-0032   email: info@   gonzalezconstruction llc.com   Fully Licensed & Insured   Reg #577319  

POWER WASHING

JM Lawn Care Lawn Mowing, Junk Removal, Powerwashing, Hedge Trimming, Mulch, any color. Comm. & Residential. 860.796.8168

If they’re dirty! For gutter cleaning, Call Kevin (203) 440-3279 Fully ins. CT# 569127

GUTTERS PLUS 25+yrs. Exp. Call today for Free estimate. 203-440-3535 Ct. Reg. #578887

GEORGE J MACK & IF YOU Mention SONS - Servicing the This Ad Meriden area since SPRING Yard 1922. Toilet, faucet, Clean-Ups sink & drain repairs. Brush, branches, leaves, Water heater replacestorm damage ments. 15% Sr citizen **JUNK REMOVAL** disc. Member of BBB. 203-238-2820 Appl’s, Furniture, Junk, Debris, etc WE CAN REMOVE ANYTHING Power Washing Entire house to 1 item removed! A-1 Quality FREE ESTIMATES Powerwashing Sr. Citizen Discount Low Rates LIC & INS. Call Dennis 203-535-9817 or 203.630.0008 860-575-8218

Junk Removal

GUTTERS DON’T WORK

Roofing

W. BOOBER MASONRY 25 Years Experience All Types of Masonry CT License #626708 (203) 235-4139

Fence & Ornamental Gates. All types of fence. Res/Comm. AFA Cert. Ins’d. Call John Uvino 203-237-4283. CT Reg #601060.

Electrical Services TEC ELECTRICAL

Masonry

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A Better Cut Specializing in tree removal, trimming, chipping & grinding. Call for free estimate.   203-945-1808. Gary Wodatch LLC   Tree Removal All calls returned. CT#620397 Quick courteous service. Office 203-235-7723 Cell 860-558-543

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