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High school auditorium dedicated to Brozek By Kyle Swartz The North Haven Citizen

“Pat Brozek had few, if any, mere acquaintances,” said former North Haven superintendent Dr. Mary Jane Sheehy of her past colleague, former assistant superintendent Patricia Brozek. “Instead, she had friends.” Many of Brozek’s friends gathered Nov. 13 at North Haven High School’s auditorium for its formal dedication in honor of Brozek, who died unexpectedly while in office last May at 62. A series of speakers remembered Brozek during the evening ceremony, before

the official unveiling of a new plaque outside the auditorium dedicating it in her name. “Pat was born in 1950 and passed away in 2012,” Sheehy said onstage before an audience of several dozen. “How did she live her ‘dash’? I mean the dash between 1950-2012.” Sheehy recalled that, during her “dash,” Brozek worked in North Haven’s education system for 39 years, beginning as a teacher. In almost a decade of employment, she also served as assistant principal, athletic direc-

See Dedication, page 17

Football decks Lyman Hall, 48-14 Kevin Pataky and Kyle Swartz Special to The Citizen

Playing in their final 2012 regular season game before the annual Thanksgiving

matchup, North Haven High School’s varsity football squad basted Lyman Hall, 4814. At the Trojans’ Fitzgerald Field in Wallingford on Monday, the Indians built up a 42-

0 lead by early in the third quarter. Senior running backs Quincy Pecora and Jalon White together totaled five touchdowns, netting three and two scores, respecSee Football, page 20 Citizen photo by Kevin Pataky

The 2012 NHHS football seniors. Back row: Joe Lopez (captain), Kellan Brennan, Sam Biller, Mahmoud Hamza, Pete Zaino, John Spencer. Front row: Ryan Morcaldi, Quincy Pecora (captain), Matt Marcarelli (captain), Connor McDonald, Kyle Mahon. Lying down: Jalon White (captain).

Friday, November 16, 2012

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Firefighters Jason Cusack, left, and Anthony DeSimone load bottled water onto a fire truck to bring to their North Haven station Friday, part of an effort by firefighters from area towns to bring relief to people in the Rockaway Point area of New York’s Queens borough who are still suffering after the damage of Hurricane Sandy.

Volunteers help region with Sandy recovery By Richie Rathsack Special to The Citizen With the power back on for most people in Connecticut, some local organizations are turning their attention to helping residents of neighboring states. On Friday, a group from the New Haven County Firefighters Emerald Society, a benevolent group made up of firefighters of Irish decent throughout the region — including North Haven — spent the day shopping for supplies

for people in the Rockaway area of New York City. Anthony DeSimone, president of International Association of Firefighters Local 2987 in North Haven, said the national group put out a message asking for various supplies in demand in the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy. “It’s just devastating,” DeSimone said of hearing reports and seeing pictures of the damage. On Thursday night, the See Volunteers, page 13

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In its eighth year of promoting literacy in the community by sponsoring a dictionary project, the North Haven Rotary Club recently distributed hundreds of Webster paperback dictionaries to public school children in the third grade at the four elementary schools. At the Clintonville Elementary School, Rotarian and Chairwoman of the Board of Education, Anita Anderson, attended the event and expressed her gratitude on behalf of the Board, as did the building principal at each of the schools. Serving as the event’s chairman for eight years, Rotarian Brian Coughlin described the global scope of Rotary International, as well as the North Haven club’s focus on service to others. He was followed by Michael Hallahan, the club’s president, who challenged each class to locate words and use them in sentences. Nearly a dozen Rotarians participated in the distribution of the dictionaries, held on Oct. 23 and 24. Some members explained the origins and use of the text, as well as its lasting value, despite today’s focus on technology. Text and photo courtesy of David Marchesseault, Rotary PR Chairman

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Friday, November 16, 2012 — The North Haven Citizen

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dress an inherited deficit of more than $3 billion. Democrats retained their majorities of 99-52 in the House and 22-14 in the Senate. “Democrats should have a takeaway. And that is you should not be afraid to make tough decisions, particularly if you are transparent about those decisions, if you explain why those decisions were necessary,” Malloy

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Friday, November 16, 2012 — The North Haven Citizen

Malloy Continued from page 4

J. Brendan Sharkey of Hamden, who is slated to take over as House speaker in January, said the GOP’s message was heard and rejected by voters. “I think the Republicans did make it clear that they were making it a referendum on the governor and his leadership,” Sharkey said. “They clearly were trying to make that the issue, and it didn’t stick.” “The lesson I draw is that the Connecticut electorate is

sophisticated,” Williams said. “They weren’t in the mood for vicious political attacks.” Malloy has reason to be heartened by the legislative results, but he also has ample reason to be concerned about reelection. His margin of victory over Republican Tom Foley in 2010 was 6,404 votes out of more than 1.2 million cast — the closest gubernatorial race in Connecticut since the election of Democrat Abraham Ribicoff

in 1954. Foley is one of several Republicans considering a challenge of Malloy in 2014. An Oct. 24 Quinnipiac University poll found Malloy with an approval/disapproval rating of 45 percent to 41 percent, an improvement of his August numbers of 43 percent to 44 percent, but less than a solid foundation to launch his campaign for a second term. The governor’s team

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“In 2014, there is no distraction of a presidential race, no Linda McMahon or anyone else running for Senate,” Cafero said. “It clearly is an election about the direction of the state of Connecticut, its incumbent governor and its incumbent state legislature. That’s what it’s all about. All eyes are on that. No distractions.” The leaders of the Democratic majorities, Senate President Pro Tem Donald E. Williams Jr. of Brooklyn and

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cane. As large-scale efforts in the state are winding down, the attention is shifting to New York and New Jersey. “We still have folks that are doing casework and following up with people. The sheltering wound down as power came back on,” Shipman said. “Now we’re switching gears. Of the people who came into the state to help us, most of those people are going on to New York .


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The churches of North Haven, through the North Haven Clergy Association, have scheduled an interfaith Thanksgiving celebration for Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. at the North Haven Congregational Church, 28 Church, at the bottom of the Green. The theme of this service is “Thanksgiving after the Storm.” Everyone, no matter your religious affiliation, is invited to attend this event.

This year’s celebration will include opportunities for participants to share their thoughts of thanksgiving with their neighbors, as well as sing traditional Thanksgiving hymns and hear the Thanksgiving proclamation from First Selectman Mike Freda. Participants are encouraged to bring nonperishable food donations to benefit the North Haven Ecumenical Food Pantry. A free will offering will be received to benefit the North Haven Fuel Bank. There will also be an opportunity to make monetary of-

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ferings to support the ongoing efforts to recover and rebuild from storm damage in the region. For more information or directions, call the North Haven Congregational Church at 203-239-5691.

pads, pencils, pens, notebooks, etc. Donations may be dropped off any Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information on any program or event at the church, call Pauline at (203) 234-6784.

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The Montowese Baptist Church Christmas Fair is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the church, 201 Quinnipiac Ave. The event features crafters, raffles, silent auction, lunch and more. For more information, call (203) 234-6784. Montowese Baptist Church is collecting donations to support American soldiers. Items requested include socks, soap, travel size personal hygiene items,

The parish of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Hamden, offers the Celebration of the Eucharist on Sundays at 8, 10 and 11:30 a.m. A Vigil Mass is offered at 5 p.m. on Saturdays. The 8 a.m. service is a quiet liturgy, no music. The 10 and 11:30 a.m. services are Sung Masses consisting of uplifting hymns and energetic Mass settings. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is scheduled in the

church on Saturdays from 3 to 3:30 p.m. The church is equipped with an elevator for those unable to use stairs.

Northford Congregational The Northford Congregational Church, 4 Old Post Rd. has scheduled a contemporary worship service for Sunday, Nov. 18, at 10 a.m. Monthly contemporary worship services are planned for the third Sunday of each month. Traditional worship services are planned for the other Sundays. Sunday school classes are held each Sunday at 10 a.m. For more information on any event at Northford Congregational Church, call (203) 484-0795.

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John E. Johns

John E. Johns, 47, of North Haven, passed away peacefully at his home on Nov. 3, 2012. Husband of Robin Fiore Johns. Born in New Haven on Feb. 5, 1965; son of Nancy Pageau Johns Vitelli of Orange and the late Andrew Johns. John was a construction worker for 25 years with Local 455. He was the father of Jay Andrew Johns; brother of Debbie (Anthony) Sommo and Andrew Johns, all of Florida. Private funeral services have been entrusted to the North Haven Funeral Home. There are no visiting hours. Interment will be private and at the convenience of the family.

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Joseph F. Sapper, Jr. Joseph F. Sapper, Jr., 93, of North Haven, passed away Nov. 6, 2012 at the Hospital of St. Raphael. He was the husband of 65 years to Jane M. Bassett Sapper. Mr. Sapper was born in New Haven on Oct. 12, 1919; son of the late Joseph F. Sapper, Sr. and Mamie B. Starbranch Sapper; he served his country faithfully in the U.S. Army during World War II; had worked in many different departments throughout his career at the former Newton New Haven Die Casting for many years until his retirement. Mr. Sapper loved the outdoors, especially hunting and fishing. Father of Stephen and Eric Sapper; grandfather of Joseph and Erica Sapper. Private funeral services have been entrusted to the North Haven Funeral Home. There will be no visiting hours. Interment will be private and at the convenience of the family in the North Haven Center Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Trout Unlimited, Chapter 281, Middlebury, CT 06762.

Mary Kenniston Mary Wasylyk Kenniston, of North Haven, passed away Nov. 10, 2012 at the Regency House, Wallingford. Loving wife of 57 years to the

late Robert E. Kenniston, Sr. She was born in New Haven on March 8, 1927; daughter of the late Paul and Anna Ostaficzuk Wasylyk. Mary was a past member of the American Legion Ladies Auxillary and the Grand Lodge of the Ladies Auxillary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainman. Mother of Deborah (William) MacCallum of North Haven and the late Robert E. Kenniston, Jr.; mother-in-law of Barbara Kenniston of North Haven; grandmother of Kristen Kenniston, Melissa (Edward) Silva, Cheryl (Mark) Clark; great-Grandmother of Joseph Alfano, Autumn and Allison Clark, and Madison Silva. Predeceased by her siblings Helen and Michael Wasylyk. Services were held Nov. 12, 2012 from the North Haven Funeral Home, followed by a mass of Christian burial at St. Barnabas Church. Interment followed in the North Haven Center Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Regency House, 181 N. Main St., Wallingford, CT 06492 or Masonicare Hospice, 22 Masonic Ave., Wallingford, CT 06492.

Julio Alvarez Julio Alvarez, 80, of North Haven passed away peacefully on Nov. 9, 2012 at the Arden Health & Rehab Center, Hamden. Beloved husband of Gloria Cerra Alvarez. Born in Havana, Cuba on Oct. 9, 1932; son of the late Jesus and Isabel Mier Alvarez. Julio was

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a physical therapist at Bridgeport Hospital until his retirement. Father of Gloria (Edson) Alvarez-Kayser of Wallingford and Marty (Bryan) Alvarez-Reeves of Boston; grandfather of Diego and Sofia Kayser; brother of Elena Napoles of Miami, Fla. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and extended family. Predeceased by eight brothers and sisters. The family would like to extend a “heartfelt thank you” to the staff at the Arden Health & Rehab Center for the special care they have given to Julio. Services were held Nov. 13, 2012 from the North Haven Funeral Home, followed by a mass of Christian burial at St. Therese Church. Interment will be private and at the convenience of the family.

Joseph P. Verrillo Joseph P. Verrillo, 29, of North Haven, passed away on Nov. 3, 2012 from injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident earlier that morning. He was the fiancé to the love of his

life Maria Buontempo of Hamden. Born in New Haven on April 16, 1983; he was the beloved son of Joseph Verrillo, Jr. and Denise Jacques Verrillo of North Haven. Joseph was an air frame mechanic for Sikorsky Aircraft for the past five years; enjoyed fishing and was a devoted New York Giants fan. Loving father of Joseph Anthony “Chubs” Verrillo; beloved brother of Renee (Nate) Savo of Branford; loving grandson of Joseph and Pauline Verrillo, Sr. of North Haven, Norma Jacques of Hamden and the late Paul Jacques; nephew of Paul and Joan Verrillo of Cheshire; uncle of Anthony Verrillo and Gianna Savo. Services were held Nov. 9, 2012 with a mass of Christian burial at St. Therese Church. Committal services followed in All Saints Cemetery. Please omit flowers and make all memorial contributions to the Joseph Anthony Verrillo Fund through the funeral director.

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Sarah Elizabeth Esposito Sapiro, 80, of North Haven, passed away Nov. 9, 2012 at her home. She was the beloved wife of Maurice L. Sapiro. Sarah was born in Shelton on June 28, 1932; daughter of the late Frederick and Dorothy Sheehy Esposito. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from St. Joseph’s College, her Master’s degree and sixth year from Wesleyan University. Sarah loved literature and poetry, was a patron of the arts, enjoyed going to the theater and also wrote poetry. Mother of John Sapiro of North Haven and the late Guy Sapiro. Brother of Frederick Esposito of Richmond, Va. and John Esposito of Fernandina Beach, FL. Services were held Nov. 12, 2012 from the North Haven Funeral Home, followed by a mass of Christian burial at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. Interment followed in All Saints Cemetery. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 825 Brook St., I-91 Tech Ctr. #3, Rocky Hill, CT 06067 or the American Diabetes Association, 2nd Flr, 2080 Silas Deane Highway, Rocky Hill, CT 06067.

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The North Haven Citizen Friday, November 16, 2012

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McMahon should have started at the bottom By Chris Powell

Linda McMahon could be considered a hard lesson for Connecticut’s Republicans — if they had any interest in politics and public policy. Twice now, despite having no qualifications for high office, McMahon has purchased the party’s U.S. Senate nomination and the party has been eager to sell it, only to find McMahon dragging down the party’s whole ticket. Two years ago the McMahon disaster cost the Republicans the governorship. On Nov. 6 the McMahon disaster may have cost the party its best chance to recover a seat in Connecticut’s

congressional delegation, the candidacy of state Sen. Andrew Roraback in the 5th District. Connecticut Republicans don’t have to be masochists to wonder what might have been accomplished if even a fraction of the $100 million spent by McMahon on her monumental vanity in the last two elections had been spent broadly on supporting the party’s more qualified candidates throughout the state. But the other way for Republicans to look at McMahon is the way she touted herself to the electorate — as a “job creator.” She was a meal ticket for her consultants and contractors and

even for those party activists who, though not put on the campaign payroll, were so well fed and refreshed at campaign events, as they were again Tuesday night at the Stamford Hilton. The open bar may have eased their disappointment with McMahon’s margin of defeat — about the same 12 percent as two years ago — but it did nothing to restore competitive politics in Connecticut. Indeed, McMahon’s legacy may be that she struck the fatal blow to competitive politics here. McMahon’s handlers were supposed to be so clever. See McMahon, next page

Letters to the Editor

Dismaying results

To the editor: The election results posted are more than a little dismaying: In North Haven, Romney received 5,990 votes and Linda McMahon garnered 5,911. To those persons who voted for those two candidates, I say why? McMahon obviously thought she could buy votes with her own funds. She flooded the networks with

negative ads and personal attacks. She made implications that had no factual basis. Romney was not much better. His infamous “47 percent” remark revealed his true position. His refusal to release tax returns and answer questions about his investments in China was widely disclosed in the press. I wonder about the 5,000 plus voters who cast ballots

for these two people. Do they share a belief that the Bush recession was Obama’s fault? The facts remain, the president has done remarkably well in the face of an obstructionist Congress and those right-wingers that want him to fail. The Tea Party has been rebuked. God bless America. George P. LaMarsh North Haven

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Do you know where your thermometer is? By V. Deborah Culligan, RN, MPH Eating is a big part of the holiday season. The cookbooks and traditional family recipes come out for those special holiday treats we make but once a year. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s we can consume a lot of food. So it is not surprising that it is also a time of year when health departments see an increase in foodborne illness, commonly known as food poisoning. It can happen to anyone! There are many simple actions that you can take to reduce your chance of foodborne illness. How often have you actually used a food thermometer to check the temperature of your cooked meats, poultry and stuffing? For some the answer is “never.” But the simple use of the thermometer can greatly reduce your chance of food poisoning. Food thermometers should not only be used for cooking raw foods to completion (such as turkeys

and roast), but should also be used when reheating carryout meals and leftover. Food thermometers allow you to cook foods to proper temperatures, a basic rule for food safety. A second basic rule for food safety is to wash hands and cooking surfaces often. Never underestimate the power of handwashing as a tool for health. Bacteria can spread from food to you via sponges, dishrags, cutting boards, counters, utensils, and countertops. Surveys have shown that while consumers have become more aware of food safety hazards, they still practice some risky behaviors. For example, of those surveyed, 97 percent wash produce but only 34 percent change daily dishrags or sponges used to wipe kitchen counters. Thirty See Prevention, next page

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Dedication Continued from page 1

tor, girls’ softball coach, high school principal from 19922007, and, finally, assistant superintendent. “She was successful in every stage of her career,” Sheehy said. “And that was for one reason. She had compassion, based on an unwavering set of convictions of what’s right and what’s wrong.” “And no one enjoyed life as much as Pat did,” she added with a laugh, lightening the event’s atmosphere. “I believe her loss will have an impact on the economy. She spent her own money as well as she spent the Board of Education’s. The catalogues of Eddie Bauer and Pottery Barn will miss her orders significantly.” Growing up in North Haven, Brozek attended local schools, bringing her connection with the local education district to a total of 48 years. “She was a woman whose word and loyalty to others superseded all else,” Sheehy said. “Pat, you lived your

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Mostly they were just cynical and unscrupulous. They refused to let the candidate be questioned by news organizations, lest her vast ignorance be publicized. They tried to intimidate journalists out of mentioning the horrifying trash the candidate produced while chief of her wrestling exhibition company. They sought to disparage as a “career politician” any rival familiar with public policy. They portrayed McMahon’s challengers for the Republican nomination as RINOs, Republicans In Name Only, and then quickly discarded her own party affiliation and invited people to vote for her and the Democratic presidential candidate. They deluged the airwaves with commercials against her Democratic opponent depicting trivialities as scandals. And on Election Day, to cadge votes from lower-earn-

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Brozek’s dedication plaque outside NHHS’ auditorium. dash very well.” Together, Sheey and Brozek were instrumental in getting funding passed to build the current North Haven High School, which opened eight years ago. “The fact that this school and theater exist at all is due in large part to Pat,” said NHHS principal Dr. Russell Dallai in his speech. “Pat’s legacy is everywhere we look.”

“There was only one Pat Brozek and that was a leader, trusted colleague and dear friend,” he added. “It is as North Haven High School principal that many of us will remember Pat. She defined the position for us. Her motivation was always compassion. She took action whenever a student or parent was in need. Her style was to take the right approach first, and ask

ing people thought to be easily confused, they even placed at polling stations campaign workers wearing McMahon T-shirts resembling shirts worn by members of the Service Employees International Union, which was supporting her opponent. McMahon’s overwhelming propaganda barrage was scary and even totalitarian, but in the end it may have been just too much, serving mainly to remind voters of her wealth and unscrupulousness, and it won her nothing beyond the baseline Republican vote. Two years ago she was beaten by a “career politician” and this week she was defeated by one of less renown than the first. Not even $100 million could transform mere vanity into substance. Conceding defeat Tuesday night, McMahon deigned to tell reporters that she would not be a candidate for governor in two years. After all, no one runs for

governor unless he wants to do more than the posturing and pandering senators get away with. And Connecticut isn’t scheduled for another Senate election for four years. Of course McMahon’s hometown, Greenwich, will have an election for its Board of Selectmen next year. That’s where Connecticut’s last Republican senator, Lowell P. Weicker Jr., got started, and there is always plenty of room in politics for people who want to start at the bottom, learn, show what they can accomplish, serve, build a record that can be tested, earn trust, and possibly advance. This procedure may seem quaint to someone who has all the money in the world and is accustomed to buying anything she wants, but apparently Connecticut still prefers it. Chris Powell is managing editor of the Journal Inquirer, Manchester.

questions later.” Brozek’s brother Greg thought the auditorium was a proper place to name after his sister. “She loved music and the arts and would have been honored to have been connected to this theater,” he said during his speech. Superintendent Dr. Robert Cronin said that while he had only worked alongside her for 13 months since his 2011 hire, Brozek’s assistance was enormous. “During our time together, Pat used her background, connections and knowledge for good and to help me,” Cronin said in his speech. “She extended nothing but kindness and respect to me. I am indebted to her for that.” “Her love of North Haven and its schools was palatable,” he added. “She wanted only what was best for North Haven and worked tirelessly for that goal.” After speeches — and after a performance of The Beatles’ In My Life by NHHS’ all-female a capella group Key of She — Michael

Freda dedicated the auditorium to Brozek. He also officially proclaimed Nov. 13, 2012 in North Haven as Patricia K. Brozek Day. “May this be symbolic of the wonderful legacy this woman left behind,” he said to a crowd outside the auditorium, where Brozek’s plaque now adorns a column. Dallai concurred with Brozek’s brother that the auditorium was an appropriate choice. “This theater was Pat’s favorite part of the high school, the ‘crown jewel’ as she called it,” he said during his speech, fighting off tears. “Whenever she conducted tours of the high school, she would always conclude with this theater.” Thus, it’s at a beloved spot of Brozek’s where her name is cemented for the consideration of future generations. “By naming this theater in her honor, we guarantee that she — and all she did here — will never be forgotten,” Cronin said.

Prevention

for food safety is to refrigerate promptly. Cold temperatures keep harmful bacteria from growing and multiplying. Refrigerate or freeze perishables and leftovers within two hours. Never defrost at room temperature. Divide large amounts of leftovers into small, shallow containers for quick cooling in the refrigerator. As much as we hate to discard uneaten food, live by the adage, “when in doubt, throw it out!” Residents can receive a free packet on food safety by calling (203) 248-4528 or request on line, qvhd.org. You can also call the USDA meat and poultry hotline, 1-800535-4555. An Ounce of Prevention is a weekly publication of the Quinnipiack Valley Health District, which is located at 1151 Hartford Turnpike, North Haven. An Ounce of Prevention is written by QVHD Deputy Director V. Deborah Culligan, RN, MPH.

Continued from page 16 percent clean kitchen counters with only paper towels, an inadequate practice for food safety. “Separate: Don’t crosscontaminate!” is a third important principle for food safety. Cross-contamination is the scientific word for how bacteria can be spread from one food product to another. It is important to separate raw meat, poultry, and seafood from other foods in your grocery cart and in the refrigerator. If possible, use a different cutting board for raw meat and poultry products. Always wash your hands, cutting boards, and utensils with hot, soapy water after they are in contact with raw meat, poultry, or seafood. Don’t use the same plate for cooked foods that you used for the raw food. (For example, when grilling outdoors, do not put the cooked steak back in the dish you brought it outside on.) The fourth basic principle


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Events planned at the Senior Center next week: Monday, Nov. 19 Line dance, 9 a.m. Computer class, 9 a.m. Massages by Kim, 10 a.m. Canasta, 10:15 a.m. Computer class, 10:30 a.m. Trip: Christmas Tree

Shop, 10:30 a.m. Sit-Ercise, 10:45 a.m. Lunch, 11:30 a.m. Oil painting, 12:30 p.m. Bingo, 12:45 p.m. Beg. Pinochle, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20 Thanksgiving Day party, 11:45 a.m.

The North Haven Citizen Friday, November 16, 2012

Senior Lunch Menu

Commission on Aging, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21 Line dance, 9 a.m. Errands, 10:30 a.m. Sit-Ercise, 10:45 p.m. Lunch, 11:30 a.m. Mah Jongg, noon Bridge, 12:15 p.m. Knitting with Eleanor, 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 22 Thanksgiving Day. Senior Center closed. Friday, Nov. 23 Senior Center closed.

To reserve a lunch, call Mary Ellen at (203) 239-4030. Reservations must be made by noon the day before. Lunch is served at noon. Suggested donation is $2. Monday, Nov. 19: Orange juice, salmon filet with lemon sauce, brown rice pilaf, bean blend vegetables, whole wheat bread, chocolate pudding. Tuesday, Nov. 20: Thanksgiving Day party. No FSW lunch. Wednesday, Nov. 21: Pineapple juice, pot roast with gravy, mashed potato, Tuscan blend vegetables, rye bread, apple strudel. Thursday, Nov. 22: Thanksgiving Day. Senior Center closed. Friday, Nov. 23: Thanksgiving holiday. Senior Center closed.

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The North Haven Citizen Friday, November 16, 2012

Youth football 3-2 in postseason’s first round By Ed Tantorski Special to The Citizen

North Haven Youth Football was 3-2 in the opening round of the Shoreline Youth Football conference championship series. The eighth-graders rolled past North Branford, 38-6, in their opening playoff game. North Haven struck first on Jack Steinman’s 17-yard pass to Billy Sgro on the opening drive. Colin Finkle’s (4-5) extra point kick made it 8-0. Tommy Dodge’s 10-yard run made it 14-0. On North Haven’s third drive, Stienman found Mike Gagliardi on a 36-yard pass to put the Indians up 22-0 at halftime. Maroon-and-White went up 30-0 on Dodge’s subsequent run of 41 yards. North Haven finished the scoring on Steinman’s third touchdown pass of the day, finding Gagliardi for 42-

yards to make it 38-6. Bowen Brennan recovered an onsides kick and Carson Tebbets blocked an extra point attempt. The offensive line of Paul Murray, Justin Kastenhuber, Dustin Byrnes, Henry Pearson and Tebbets controlled the line of scrimmage all day. The Indians will host Madison next week in the semifinals at Vanacore Field at 12:30. North Haven’s seventhgraders advanced to the second round of the playoffs with a 24-0 victory over Guilford. North Haven opened the scoring when Nick Perillie threw a touch pass of 30 yards to Gabe Martinez for a touchdown, and with a Ricky Stober two point kick put the Indians up 8-0. North Haven scored its second touchdown of the game in the second quarter when Julian Martinez scampered in from 25 yards out, and after another

Stober kick, Maroon-andWhite was up 16-0 at halftime. Joey Gargano and Christian Somma in the secondary shut down Guilford’s passing game, and also came up big against the run to hold Guilford in check all afternoon. Martinez capped scoring in the third quarter when he ran his second touchdown of the game in from 40 yards out, and with Stober’s third extra point kick, the seventh-graders sealed the victory. Eric Millard, Zach Orth, Steven Chamberlain and Steven Erbe all helped in support of the shutout. The seventhgraders will host Branford in the second round of the Shoreline Youth Football Playoffs. North Haven’s sixth grade lost to Wallingford, 14-0. The offense was led by Noah Pastore, Michael Collins and Alex Ciaburro. Jack Peruso

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tively. Junior Ethan Suraci also found the end zone for Maroon-and-White. Senior Sam Biller was 4 of 5 on conversion kicks and Pecora ran in a 2-point conversion. Lyman Hall passed their way to a pair of touchdowns to cut the score to 42-14 before Indian Junior Chris Brockett broke free for a 45yard touchdown with 1:32 to play to cap the scoring at 4814. Things got out of hand very quickly in this game for the Trojans. After they kicked off, Suraci broke through the line for the Indians and took off for a 60-yard touchdown to put North Haven out in front 7-0 only 1:06 into the game. A little over three minutes later, Pecora took off for his first score, this one from 86 yards out, which made it 13-0. North Haven would tally one more touchdown before the end of the first quarter, when White ran one in from 34 yards out. A bad snap on the

Citizen photos by Kevin Pataky

Clockwise, from top left: junior Ethan Suraci breaks free for a 60-yard touchdown in the first quarter. Junior Ben Pethick breaks in and hits the Trojan quarterback in the first quarter. Senior Jalon White had 11 carries for 96 yards and had two touchdowns. conversion attempt was scooped up by Pecora and he ran in for two more points to make it 21-0. In the second quarter, Pecora scampered 67 yards for his second touchdown. Soon after, White found pay dirt from 7 yards out and the Indians took a 35-0 lead into halftime.

Led by Pecora (5 carries for 190 yards), White (11 carries for 96 yards) and Suraci (5 carries for 92 yards), the Indians kept the ball on the ground and amassed 500 yards rushing. Coach Anthony Sagnella’s See Football, next page

had a great lead blocking afternoon as fullback. The defense was led by Kevin Anasulis, Eli Doheney, Arron Bell, Kevin Spencer, Nick Dodge and Devan Brockanmer. Spencer also had an interception. The North Haven fifthgrade squad won the first round of playoffs against Guilford, 33-14. Ethan Okwuosa had three touchdowns for the day and added two two-point conversions. Tyler Jacques added another touchdown and Joe Urtel had the longest run of the day with a 52-yarder up the middle. The whole team played together to come out on top in the first round of the playoffs. Next week the fifth-graders take on Clinton. North Haven fourthgraders (3-5-1) lost their opening round playoff game 13-12 to Southington (8-1) on

Sunday. After a first quarter Gino Schiavo interception, North Haven took a 6-0 lead into halftime thanks to a 35yard touchdown run by Zach Peters. After Southington tied the score at 6-6, North Haven scored again in the fourth quarter after a 45yard pass from Zach Peters to David Pace got the Indians to the Southington 2-yard line. Pace punched in the touchdown two plays later making the score 12-6. Southington drove for a touchdown of its own and managed the extra point to close the scoring at 13-12. The Indians gave a great effort, and were aided on defense with efforts by Patrick Lillis, Damian Carrano, Nick Judd, Justin Pirellie, Justin Nadolny, Steven Marciano and Aaron Barbiero. Ed Tantorski is a member of the NHYF executive board.


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old-school offense only threw the ball four times and junior Evan Manameit completed one of them to sophomore Joe Corniello for 26 yards. Following his traditional showing of sportsmanship, Sagnella took his starters out once his team’s lead became insurmountable, and 37 different players recorded at least one tackle. Junior Nick McInnis led the team with seven tackles. North Haven’s record now stands at 6-3 with one home game remaining on Thanksgiving Day versus Amity. Even with a victory in that game, the Class L State playoffs remain a long shot at this point.

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But despite the tragedy, homes. Some of these houses had nine feet of water in Cariati said, he’s seen the Continued from page 13 them.” city come together. “It’s nice to see the people Cariati said his company Cariati Developers of had about 20 pieces of equip- of New York come together Meriden has crews heading ment and 40 men working in as a whole to support and to Queens after doing work New York. Crews have help one another,” he said. on Staten Island and in other worked on clearing debris, “Everybody is ready and parts of New York. The comincluding a Cadillac Es- willing to help.” pany is on a list of outside Richie Rathsack writes for calade that floodwaters left contractors for the city. Havthe Record-Journal, Meriden. teetering on a fire hydrant. ing done snow removal work “I’ve never seen anything Follow him on Twitter in New York two years ago @RRathsack like it,” he said. during some of the massive snowstorms, the company is back working to clear debris from houses destroyed durSt. Joan of Arc Parish, Hamden, has scheduled a bus trip to ing the storm. the Radio City Christmas Spectacular on Friday, Nov. 30. Bus “It’s been challenging,” departs the North Haven commuter parking lot A at 8 a.m. said owner Don Cariati. “A The trip includes time for lunch, sightseeing and the 4 p.m. lot of people have lost their show. For more information and cost, call Sue at (203) 2481069.

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Friday, November 16, 2012 — The North Haven Citizen

Commentary

Super PAC evolution By Kyle Swartz Money never had more potential power in an election cycle than this recent one. November’s presidential election was America’s first following the U.S. Supreme Court’s odious Citizens United decision of 2010. That misjudgment prompted creation of “super PACs,” fundraising organizations which can accept unlimited donations from people, corporations and/or unions to independently support or attack politicians or political causes. Leveraging billions in donations, PACs flooded airwaves nationwide with negative ads. They funded other forms of campaignbased advertising, like mailers. Recipients of finances included Obama and Romney both, and candidates all the way down to entrants in local races. The imprint of special-interest money was everywhere. Thus, on Nov. 6, Americans could see, on the largest scale possible, how PACs and their piles of independent dollars could affect voters. Which, refreshingly, was not much. Many candidates who received significant monetary assistance ended up as losers. According to numerous media sources, casino magnate Sheldon Adelson infamously became the highest- spending political donor of all time this election season in support of eight candidates. But none of the Adelson eight won. Moreover, American Crossroads, a PAC co-organized by Republican strategist Karl Rove, spent $104 million to support or oppose 19 total office-contenders. The return on investment? Two politicians

opposed were defeated. All other 17 races finished opposite as to how American Crossroads attempted to manipulate them. Regrettably, such poor results almost certainly don’t signal a slowdown for PACs, but an evolution. Already on forums such as RedState.com, pundits are predicting the future of outside fundraising: less negative advertising, more analytics. This means financing voterbloc identification studies and “get-out-the-vote” movements, ballot-swinging methods proven more effective than attack ads. Money shouldn’t have equal or greater worth on Election Day than voters’ independent voices. While Nov. 6 momentarily upheld constituents’ advantage over PACs, it’s likely a matter of time before these associations discover new ways to gain increased leverage. There is hope. In an August question-and-answer session on reddit.com, Obama expressed interest in repealing the Citizens United decision. Although this wouldn’t disallow PACs, it would limit considerably their fundraising capabilities. In Obama’s second term, several conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices could retire. If America’s highest judicial body gains applicable voting numbers, it should strike down Citizens United, reduce super PAC power, and return balloting back to what it should be: voters forming opinions solely based upon convictions, and not money-driven outside influences. Kyle Swartz is editor of The North Haven Citizen and an editorial associate at the Record-Journal, Meriden.

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LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF NORTH HAVEN -TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE

TOWN OF NORTH HAVEN INLAND WETLANDS COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

RE: Unaffiliated Justice of the Peace Lottery

Pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes § 9-184c, the Town Clerk shall select nonincumbent applicants to be appointed as Justices of the Peace by lot in a ceremony which shall be open to the public and held on five days' public notice. At such lottery, the Town Clerk shall determine the order of all such remaining applications for the purpose of filling future vacancies under subsection (d) of this section. Said lottery will take place on Friday, November 23, 2012, at 11:00 a.m., at Memorial Town Hall, 18 Church Street, North Haven, CT. Dated this 12th day of November 2012 J. Stacey Yarbrough Town Clerk/Tax Collector Town of North Haven, CT

LOST & FOUND LOST CAT Missing since 10/27 from Pierson Drive home in Wallingford. (Ridgeland Area) Large Tiger cat with green eyes and white chin. His name is Rollie, and he is very friendly. He might possibly be hiding in a shed or garage, as he is known to do so before storms. Please call with any information. Family misses him very much. 203-265-9774 LOST CAT Solid black male. Name is Milky Way, answers to Kitty. Missing since Wednesday. Vicinity Grieb Rd., Wallingford. If seen, please call 203-915-4845

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Notice is hereby given that the Inland Wetlands Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, November 28, 2012, at 7:00 P.M., at the North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm Street in the Community Room, to consider the following applications. A copy of this notice is filed in the Town Clerk's Office. 1. #I12-09 Application of David Sessions, Applicant, Crossroads Medical Center, LLC, Owner, relative to 158 State Street, (Map 51, Lot 7), seeking to Amend Wetland Boundary Map. Plan Entitled: Wetland Declassification, Medical Office Building, Lot 6: 8 Devine Street, North Haven, CT 06473 Lot 7: 158 State Street, North Haven, CT 06473. Prepared by LADA, P.C. Dated 10/25/12. Scale 1" = 40'. O-12 Zoning District. 2. #I12-10 Application of David Sessions, Applicant, Crossroads Medical Center, LLC, Owner, relative to 158 State Street, (Map 51, Lot 7), seeking Permit To Conduct Regulated Activity and Site Plan Referral. Plan Entitled: Medical Office Building, Lot 6: 8 Devine Street, North Haven, CT 06473, Lot 7: 158 State Street, North Haven, CT 06473. Prepared by LADA, P.C. Dated 01/27/11, rev. 10/25/12. Scale 1" = 40'. O-12 Zoning District. 3. #I12-11 Application of Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, LLC, Owner and Applicant, relative to 41 Stiles Lane, (Map 43, Lot 34), seeking Permit To Conduct Regulated Activity and Site Plan Referral. Plan Entitled: East Side Remedial Components Construction, Pharmacia & Upjohn Company LLC Site, 41 Stiles Lane, North Haven, Connecticut. Prepared by Brown and Caldwell. Dated October 29, 2012. Scale: 1" = 120'. IG-80 Zoning District. 4. #I12-12 Application of 200 Sackett Point Road, LLC, Owner and Applicant, relative to 300 Elm Street and 200 & 144 Sackett Point Road, (Map 36, Lots 3, 8, & 18), seeking Permit To Conduct Regulated Activity and Site Plan Referral. Plan Entitled: Proposed Soil Stockpile Permit, 200 Sackett Point Road, LLC, 300 Sackett Point Road, North Haven, Connecticut. Prepared by Milone & MacBroom, Dated Oct. 25, 2012. IL-80 Zoning District. 5. #I12-13 Application of North Haven Business Park, LLC, c/o William Leonardo, Owner and Applicant, seeking Permit To Conduct Regulated Activity and Site Plan Referral. Plan Entitled: Property Located at Leonardo Drive, North Haven, Connecticut. Prepared by Criscuolo Engineering, LLC. Dated 10/26/12. Scale 1" = 100'. Il-80 Zoning District.

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AUTOMOBILES WANTED

WANTED TO BUY

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT & INSTRUCTIONS OUT of work counselor offering guitar lessons to beginners in your home. Call Stephen for appt. 203 228 2606

HOUSES FOR RENT MERIDEN 2 BR House for Rent Large Sunporch, Large Yard $1200 Per Month (860) 828-0754 MERIDEN East Side 3 BR House For Rent. 1//2 Acre. No pets. Available Jan 1st. 203 631-5848 MIDDLEFIELD Water front (lake front) Small 1 BR, Deck, Dock, Pets Negotiable. Available Dec 1st. Call 860-543-5462 N O R T H H AV E N E xe c u t i ve Rental. Furnished, Spectacular, Great Location. 3-6 Months. $3,000 Call 860-248-1744

HOMES SWEET HOMES OFFERS: Meriden Studio and 1 BR, recently renovated. From $650. Includes h & hw. plus sec. Avail immed. Call 203-886-8808. MER. Furnished Apts. East Side Incl Heat, HW, Elec. 1 BR, 1st Fl, $845/mo+sec. 1BR, 2nd Fl $801 /mo+sec. 203-630-3823 12pm8pm or Meridenrooms.com

APARTMENTS FOR RENT MERIDEN 1, 2 & 3 BRs - CLEAN Starting at $575. Security & refs a must. Off st parking. No dogs. Sec 8 approved. 1st Month FREE! 203-443-2299 or 203-537-6137

MERIDEN Room For Rent, All Util, Share Kitchen, Bath & LR. Washer & Dryer, Off Street Parking. $125 Per Week. 2 Weeks Security. $50 key deposit. 203 605-8591

MERIDEN 1023 Old Colony Rd.

Meadowstone Motel- Off I-91. Sat. TV. Short Stay/ Daily/Wkly On Bus Line. 203-239-5333

NORTH HAVEN 2 BR Available Starting at $750. Heat & HW incl. Off St. Parking. 203-886-7016

MERIDEN 1BR Stove & Refrigerator, Heat & Hot Water incl. Lease, Sec & Refs. 203- 239-7657 or 203-314-7300 MERIDEN 2 BR, 1st Floor Brand New Condition. New Appliances. Off Street. Parking. $850 Plus Utilities. First, Last & 1 Mo Security. No Pets. 860-663-1229

MERIDEN Crown Village 2 BR Just renovated. Heat & Hot Water included. Pool access. $995 per month plus security. L & E Prop Mgmt 203-886-8808. MERIDEN HUGE 4BR, 2nd Floor Large yard. Off Street Parking. W/D hookup. Available Immediately. $1250/Mo plus Security. 203-294-1229

MERIDEN. 143 Veteran St, 2 BRs, LR, DR, kit. Garage optional. $850/mo. (704) 497-4627 MERIDEN. 3 BR, 1st flr in 2 family house. $950/mo. Newly remodeled. No pets. Avail now. 203-500-9080 or 203-500-9090

MERIDEN - Cook Avenue 3BR Remodeled 3rd Fl. New carpet, New Paint. Off-Street Parking. Section 8 Approved. $1000/mo + sec. Utils incld. 203-265-4664

WALLINGFORD 2 BR, 1st Flr, New HW, Carpet, Windows, & Refrig. W/D Hookup. Off-St Parking, Choate Vicinity, Nice Yard No pets. $925 per mnth + sec. Call 203-640-6308 Avaiable Dec 1st.

MERIDEN 1 Br Apts. Hdwd Flrs. Stove & Refrigerator. Off Street Parking, Laundry Room. Clean & Safe. Fresh Paint. Starting at $575. Call Jonah 203-430-0340 MERIDEN 1 BR, Lg clean rooms Appls. Freshly painted. New carpeting. Off st. parking. Includes electric, Heat & HW. No smoking/pets. $800/mo. 203 444-5722

MERIDEN $139,900. Large 3 family near park- 2 units have 3 bedrooms, nice backyard, some notice to show needed but worth the wait. Call Toni Falcone for details 203-2655618

MERIDEN. 1 BR, heat included, $825. 3 Bedroom Apt. Eat-In Kitchen. Big Living Rm. Oil Heat. $1050. 9 Guiel Place. Call 203-376-2160 or 203-213-6175

WALLINGFORD 10 Crescent St. Duplex Apt. 2 Br, 1.50 Baths, Garage & Back Yard. $1300/ mo + sec. No utilities incl. No pets. No smoking. 203 927-0043

Heat & HW incl. Off St. Parking. Starting at $595 203-639-8751

HOUSES FOR SALE

MERIDEN-3-4 BR 2 floor unit. Nice, big apartment. Off street parking. Available December 1. $1,250 per month. Call 203-440-1003

MERIDEN - 3BR & 4BR Section 8 Approved Apartments First Floor. 1 mo. security + 1 month rent. References, No Pets, No Smoking. 203 464-6273

MERIDEN

WANTED House in quiet, residential Meriden area. 3 BR, 2 Baths, Gas Heat, with driveway. Finished Lower Level. Will pay $1375. Call 860 343-8496

MERIDEN 3 BR. 2nd Fl. Clean. Well maintained. 6 Gold St. Lg BRs, sunny kitchen. WD hookup. $900. Call Will 860-834-2876

MERIDEN. 3 BR, 2nd flr, FR, DR, kit, pantry, stove & refrig, w/d hookups, gas, sec 8 approved. Avail 11/15. 63 No. 1st St. $1025/mo + sec. 203-284-5843

1 BR & Studios Available

WANTED TO RENT

MERIDEN 2 BR, 2nd Floor. Prescott Street. Hardwood floors. Private laundry & deck. No pets. Security deposit (203) 715-1965

MERIDEN - 1st Flr, 2BR, Kitch, LR, DR, BA, Fire place. Recently Remodeled. $1,100/mo. Ready to move in. 203-886-6977 & 203237-9500

MERIDEN -WALLINGFORD LINE Large 2 BR Luxury Condo. Laundry. No pets. $900 + utilities Call 203-245-9493

ROOMS FOR RENT

WALLINGFORD-$217,900. Wonderful 3 BR ranch on half acre level lot. Garage, FP, Cair and bsmt rec room. Yalesville, walk to all schools. Call Nicky Waltzer 203-265-5618

MERIDEN - Handyman Special. 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bath. Nice location. Call today 203-379-7838 MERIDEN - Priced below market. Move in condition. 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths. Call today, 203-379-7838

CONDOMINIUMS FOR SALE

WALLINGFORD 2BR 1st Floor $850 Per Month, No Pets Available Immediately. Call 203-284-0212 WALLINGFORD 2BR 1st Flr Quiet Area. Lrg Kitch. Off St. Park. W/D Hookup, Exec. Credit + 2 mnths sec. $875 per mnth. Call 203-272-8108 WALLINGFORD. 5 RM, 2 BR, 1st Flr, 2 Family. No pets. Credit Check. $850 + utilities. Call 203-284-1853

ROOMS FOR RENT MERIDEN CLEAN SAFE ROOMS Includes Heat, HW, Elec, Kit Priv. East Side. Off-st park. $125/wk. + sec. Call 12-8pm 203-630-3823 or www.Meridenrooms.com

MERIDEN- $154,900. 2BR 1.5 BA. Freshly painted, many updates, lovely twnhs w/ fin. LL, FP in LR, sliders to deck overlooking beautiful grounds, c/air, EIK, end unit! Call Kathy Thuerling 203-265-5618


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MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE MERIDEN/WALLINGFORD BRAND NEW DELUXE 2BR IN UP S C A L E P AR K . AL L AP P L I AN CE S , CE N T R A L AI R , 90 % FINANCE AVAILABLE $59,900 CALL 203-799-7731

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APARTMENT MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Maintenance Technician position for apartment community in Hamden area. Must live on site. Duties include: apartment turnover, fulfilling work orders, general property maintenance and 24-hour on-call rotation. Experience preferred in plumbing, electrical, carpentry and HVAC. Competitive pay and benefits. A thorough background check and drug screening is required for employment. Qualified Candidate Please Fax Resume to 203-4070390 or e-mail to joanna@tagcos.com CSR-Sales

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HELP WANTED

HOME WEEKENDS WITH REGIONAL RUNS Benefits After 30 Days NEW PAY PACKAGE! ●Great Pay and Freight ●70 Brand New Trucks

Added to the Fleet ●Start Immediately! ●Class-A CDL Required Also Hiring New CDL Grads.

888-702-0348 drivewithwestern.com GENERAL LABOR Meriden area co. seeking laborers. Must pass Drug & Background Check.

Contact HCM @ 203-634-8427 JOIN OUR TEAM AT SHERIDEN WOODS HEALTH CARE CENTER 321 STONECREST DRIVE BRISTOL, CT 06010 40 hour/wk Infection Preventionist RN, Monday-Friday with on-call duties. 7-3pm 16hr/wk RN Supervisor with every other weekend duties.

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Seasonal Drivers Needed! Who doesn’t love working in a dynamic environment while earning extra money? We’ve got both waiting for you in one great opportunity with an industryleading company. FedEx expects to have its busiest day in history on Mon, Dec. 10th, when it moves a projected 280 million shipments globally. For the overall holiday season between Thanksgiving and Christmas they expect an increase in personnel by approximately 20,000. Be Part of this Record Breaking Season! You could be hired immediately if you meet these requirements:

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Job description: Experienced reporter to cover Cheshire for the Record-Journal staff. Flexible schedule includes nights and weekends. This is a 32-hour position. Requirements: Ability to cover breaking news, plus develop stories from town beat, including regular meeting coverage. Requires an ability to develop sources and provide insightful coverage of a municipality. Also required are feature writing, the ability to take photos and video, contribute daily to web content, provide content for social media, including Twitter and Facebook, and the ability to write on deadline. Please send resume and three writing samples to:

General Assignment Editor Jeffery Kurz reporterjob@record-journal.com or to his attention at: Record-Journal 11 Crown St, Meriden, CT 06450 HELP WANTED

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Thursday, November 15th, 2012 9am to 4pm. Toyota Oakdale Theater. 95 South Turnpike Rd Wallingford, CT 06492 Or Register Today Call 866-380-3503. $14.25/hr An Equal Opportunity Employer

ELECTRONIC Assembler needed at Wallingford manufacturer. Experience preferred, but not required. Position is part time with flexible hours. No phone calls or walk-ins. Please e-mail admin@protronix.us GROUP HOME MANAGER For Human Services in Hamden /North Haven Area. Previous experience required. Room for growth. Send resume to: dsterling@ communitysocialintegration.com Fax: 203-407-1625 HUMAN SERVICES ACORD, Inc. has immediate openings for FT Day Group Supported Employment Supervisor to oversee individuals with developmental disabilities. 2 or more yrs. exp. preferred. Med Cert. & CPR required. Email resume to acordemployment@sbcglobal.net or fax to 203 269-1980. EOE

HUMAN SERVICES ACORD, Inc. has immediate openings for Program Instructors to support individuals with developmental disabilities. FT/PT/ Subs all shifts. Email resume to acordemployment@sbcglobal.net or fax to 203 269-1980. EOE

MEDICAL CAREERS DENTAL Assistant, Cerfified For modern, centrally located, general dental office. MUST be experienced and X-ray certified. 4 day week. Please fax resume to: 860-628-8451

OPEN POSITIONS! R.N. Supervisor (F/T, 3 pm - 11 pm) R.N's (P/T, 7 am - 3 pm & 3 pm - 11 pm) Miller Memorial Community, Meriden's choice for excellence in senior residential Healthcare services, needs experienced nurses. MMCI offers very competitive wages and benefits. Drug testing and criminal background check required. Applicants must be Connecticut licensed. If you are willing to go the extra mile for your patients and are truly interested in person-centered care, please apply to:

Personnel Manager Miller Memorial Community, Inc. 360 Broad Street. Meriden, CT 06450 Fax 203-630-3714 or email: hfparisi@emmci.org EOE

HELP WANTED HUMAN SERVICES ACORD, Inc. has immediate opening for FT Res. Mgr to oversee goup home for individuals with developmental disabilities in New Haven. 1-3 yrs. exp. preferred. Med Cert. & CPR required. Email resume to acordemployment@sbcglobal.net or fax to 203 269-1980. EOE OFFICE ASSISTANT Mon & Fri, 8-5. Call 203-265-5400 or stop in and pick up application at 121P No. Plains Industrial Rd, Wallingford. Resume required.

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SECURITY Company looking for exp’d Security Technician, preferably with L6 license. Full time. Must be willing to work overtime. Call 203-265-5400 or bring resume to 121P No. Plains Industrial Rd, Wallingford or email resume to: services@asegroupinc.com

HELP WANTED

RELIABLE FT/PT Waitress & Line/Prep Cook. Please Apply in person at 1333 East Main St, Meriden. VAN Driver needed evenings, Monday thru Thursday 6-10 p.m. for Lincoln College of New England, 2279 Mt. Vernon Rd., Southington. Public Service license or CDL, Class B with a P endorsement required. Please stop by to fill out an application.


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The North Haven Citizen — Friday, November 16, 2012

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North Haven Citizen Nov. 16, 2012