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Volume 10, Number 41

Friday, January 13, 2017

School budget with 3.5 percent increase proposed By Ken Liebeskind Citizen staff

The budget season for the Board of Education kicked off Wednesday, Jan. 4, when

Superintendent of Schools Robert Cronin introduced a proposed budget of $52,577,651. That number equals a 3.5 percent increase in spending, or $1,777,988.

contractual, with one new position,” Cronin said.

“The increases are primarily

Last year, the BOE was forced to reduce its budget

The BOE will present the budget to the Board of Finance on Saturday, Feb. 4.

by $843,889 after its initial request for a 6.1 percent increase was reduced by the Board of Finance. Another $600,000 was cut after the Board of Finance called for additional cuts by the BOE and the town.

“We hope that won’t happen again,” Cronin said. “We’ve tried to develop a responsible budget to move forward and meet the needs of students.” See Proposal, A3

Residential parking law up for vote By Ken Liebeskind Citizen staff

The Board of Selectmen passed a Residential Parking Zone ordinance on Thursday, Jan. 5 to regulate onstreet parking areas.

State senators Martin Looney and Len Fasano seek a bipartisan approach to upcoming budget negotiations.

Residents will vote on the ordinance at a special town meeting on Monday, Jan. 30, 6:30 p.m., at town hall.

Political foes push for bipartisanship

At the Jan. 5 selectmen’s meeting, town lawyer Jennifer Coppola read aloud the ordinance she had prepared with assistance from the Board of Police Commissioners. Police Chief Thomas McLoughlin also spoke at the meeting. The ordinance establishes the procedure for residents

By Ken Liebeskind Citizen staff

In an effort to protect residents of Collett Street from the impact of a nearby business, the Board of Selectmen passed a resolution for a parking ordinance.

See Parking, A5


Longtime political adversaries, Senate Republican president pro tempore Len Fasano and President Pro Tempore of the Senate Martin Looney, expressed words of admiration for each other as the 2017 legisla-

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Congregation Mishkan Israel, 785 Ridge Road, Hamden, has scheduled its annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. service for Friday, Jan. 13, 7:30 p.m. Stephen B. Bright, professor at Yale Law School and the president and senor counsel at the Southern Center for Human Rights, is scheduled to speak. The Trinity on the Green Choir and the Davis School Children Choir are scheduled musical guests.

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The new school position in the budget is Director of Educational and Informational Technology, who will “create a vision for the use of technology going forward in terms of equipment we’re planning for, its availability for students and working with educators around the best software,” the superintendent said. State cuts in Educational Cost Sharing announced last week may prompt immediate budget cuts. “I learned about the cuts

during a conference call on Jan. 5,” Cronin said. “State ECS funding will be reduced by 4 percent, or $161,499. We received $4,003,587 this year and it will be cut to $3,842,088. It could be worse; other districts received more substantial reductions.” The superintendent said ECS cuts have never occurred before. “They are immediate, so we must decide where those monies can be found within the budget so they create the least impact,” Cronin said. “They won’t come from one spot, but a little bit from a lot of spaces.”

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Rehab funding sought for Temple Pines, Parkside By Ken Liebeskind Citizen staff

The North Haven Housing Authority kicked off the 2017 town meeting calendar on Tuesday, Jan. 3 with a discussion on proposed renovations for senior housing at Temple Pines and Parkside. Richard LoPresti, the housing authority chairman, said the group planned to meet with the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority to discuss its application for funding to support the reno-

vations. “We’ll show them we need more than they’ve set aside,” LoPresti said. “They conducted a needs assessment and have set aside $2 million, but we’re showing we need closer to $5 million. We’ll make the argument that their needs assessment doesn’t identify everything we need, from new roofs to windows and renovations to the apartments to make them more up to date, which makes them more marketable, so, as tenants leave, we can re-rent them.”

chitect who works for the North Haven Housing Authority, presented plans for apartment renovations at the Jan. 3 meeting that included roll-in shower stalls.

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LoPresti said the renovations to the 70 apartments at Temple Pines and Parkside

Anne McKeon, executive director of the North Haven Housing Authority, said the Parkside complex is in greater need of renovations. “It’s the older of the two and needs new sidewalks, lighting upgrades and there are problems with window wells,” she said.

were considered to be phase two of a project that would start with the 50 new units proposed as an addition to Temple Pines. The site plan application for the new housing was rejected by the Planning & Zoning Commission on Oct. 20, 2016 prompting a filing of an 8-30g appeal, which is pending. “Now the two projects could be reversed and the renovations could come first,” LoPresti said. “If we get something in April we can start work in the fall. It’s an important endeavor because it focuses on the sustain-

ability of the two existing facilities.” LoPresti said the North Haven Housing Authority will apply for funding in April with the $2 million from CHFA not yet certified. “We’ve identified a need for $5 million, but we have to apply and see how much we get with limited funding available and a severe state budget deficit. We want to make renovations on a comprehensive level, but without substantial funding we’ll do it on an as-needed basis, which is not a good way of doing it.”

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Parties choose leaders for committees By Mike Savino Record-Journal staff

Senate Democrats and Republicans have named their co-chairs and vice chairs for legislative committees. Senate leaders brokered a deal in late December that creates a third seat for Senate Republicans, a result of the November election that resulted in a tie in the chamber. Previously, only the majority party in each chamber served as one of two co-chairs, with the minority party selecting a ranking member as its leader in committee-level negotiations. House Democratic and Republican leaders have yet to announce their committee assignments. Locally, Sen. Joe Markley, R-Southingon, will serve as Republican co-chairman of the Human Services Committee, where he held the position of ranking Republican last session. Sen. Len Suzio, R-Meriden, returning to the General Assembly after defeating Dante Bartolomeo in November, was named Republican co-chairman of the Committee on Children. Sen. Terry Gerratana, D-New Britain, will once again co-chair the Public Health Committee. Sen. Len Fasano, R-North Haven, will serve as Republican co-chairman for two committees, the Legislative and Executive Nominations and Legislative Management committees. He also becomes Senate Republican president pro tempore under the agreement, giving him more say in the Senate, including on scheduling, than he had as Senate Minority Leader.

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man on another. Markley will be vice chairman on the Planning and Development Committee, Suzio will hold the post on the Transportation CommitSuzio tee, and Gerratana will be vice chairwoman on the Children’s Committee. Fasano, meanwhile, will be vice chairman on the Internship Committee. Changes within the Senate have also led to members assuming new leadership roles within committees.

co-chair the Higher Education and Employment Committee. Sen. Paul Formica, R-East Lyme, is the Republican co-chairman of the budget writing committee. Sen. Rob Kane, R-Watertown, who had been ranking Republican, resigned just before the session began Wednesday, Jan. 4 to join the state auditor’s office.

Sen. Paul Doyle, D-Wethersfield, will become chairman of the Judiciary Committee after Sen. Eric Coleman, D-Bloomfield, also resigned With the tied Senate — it’s Sen. Cathy Osten, D-Sprague, last Wednesday in anticicurrently 17-17 after one will take over as Appropripation that Gov. Dannel P. Senator from each party reations co-chairwoman afMalloy will nominate him to signed just before the session ter Sen. Beth Bye, D-West become a judge. Sen. John A. to take appointments elseHartford, announced late Kissel, R-Enfield, will be Rewhere — each Senator serves last year that she wouldn’t publican chair. as chairman for at least one seek the post again because committee, and vice chairof family reasons. Bye will The Finance, Revenue, and

Bonding Committee, which has cognizance over any tax proposals, will feature familiar faces. Sen. John Fonfara, D-Hartford, will return as co-chairman, while Sen. L. Scott Frantz, R-Greenwhich, will move from ranking member to Republican co-chairman. The agreement between Fasano and Senate President Pro Tempore Martin M. Looney, D-New Haven, also gives either Senate chairman the right to split a committee vote by chamber on any bill that is introduced by a Senator and slated to go before the chamber before it reaches the House. Under a split vote, tallies are totaled by chamber, not the committee as a whole, and a proposal must gain approval from members of each chamber. That means

approval by one chamber cannot move a bill forward when there is a tie vote or rejection by members of the other chamber under a split vote. Any member of a committee can move for a split vote, but the motion itself requires a vote. The agreement means Senate chairs can automatically order a split vote without seeking committee approval on Senate bills, a move anticipated to force more bipartisanship. 203-317-2266 Twitter: @reporter_savino

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tive session opened Wednesday, Jan. 4.

The key issue for the legislature in the new session is to develop a state budget.

Fasano, who has long complained about the perceived maltreatment of Republicans by the Democratic majority, welcomed Looney back to work after kidney transplant surgery in December. “We all know what Senator Looney went through a few short weeks ago. We are all so glad to see him here today,” said Fasano, of North Haven. Looney replied, “Our friendship extends beyond the Senate chamber and the halls of the Capital. We have a good relationship as fellow New Haven attorneys.” Fasano said, “Within 24 hours of his surgery he was on the phone with me working out all the final details of the agreement only he and I could resolve, based on our level of trust. The agreement that will guide our Senate chamber is rooted and formed from the friendship we have shared for over 30 years.” This agreement focuses on how Republicans and Democrats can best work together in the Senate after Republicans erased the Democratic majority with a gain of three seats on Nov. 8. The senate now has an equal number of Democrats and Republicans. Looney said, “We discussed the way committees will operate and how bills could be blocked. There’s an equal number of senators but a Democratic majority in the House, so we devised a system for Senate bills to avoid the possibility of being out-


“I propose doing this in three phases,” Fasano said. “First, we need to take the next 30 days to address the current fiscal year’s budget deficit. Second, we need to develop a budget for the next two fiscal years. And third, we need to chart a course that future legislatures can build upon so we can move the state into the next decade.” Looney said, “Our budget process begins in earnest when the governor submits his budget for the next two fiscal years on Feb. 8. We swing into action with our budget committees and pass a budget the governor can sign into law. We need to keep the changes within the framework so the governor will not veto the bill.”

It remains to be seen whether Republicans and Democrats in an evenly divided Senate can work together to establish a budget that meets the governor’s approval, but Looney is optimistic. “The arrangement we worked out is a good start,” he said. “Sen. Fasano and I have a good relationship and I think there will be enough good will to help us through the process.” Fasano is eager to get down to business.

“We need to tackle our state budget problems head-on and legislate both a shortterm plan and a long-term plan that demonstrates a commitment to growing jobs and the economy to make Connecticut a better place,” he said.

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Calendar Friday, Jan. 13 Speech reading - The Greater New Haven Peace Council has scheduled a reading of Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech “Beyond Vietnam, a Call to Conscience” for Friday, Jan. 13, noon, at the Amistad statue, in front of New Haven’s City Hall, 165 Church St. For more information, call 203-389-9547 or email Boys basketball - North Haven vs. Lyman Hall at Lyman Hall, 7 p.m. Boys swimming - North Haven vs. Jonathan Law at Foran High School, 4 p.m.

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Krafty Kids - Thursdays, Jan. 26, Feb. 2 p.m. Humorous look at historical and and 9, 1:30 p.m. for ages 3 1/2 to 6. Sto- modern events and facts about the The North Haven Memorial Library ries and craft. Registration is required. requirements and traditions of the has scheduled local author Heather presidential inauguration. Registration Jacobsen for Saturday, Jan. 14, 1 p.m. Friday Fun - Friday, Jan. 27, 10:30 a.m. recommended. Jacobsen plans to discuss her book or 3:30 p.m. for ages 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 “Going Gluten-Free: 7 Surprising Facts years. Puzzle Off - Saturday, Jan. 21, 10 a.m. You Should Know If You Want Dietary Teams of up to six people compete to Success” as well as the gluten-free diet Homeschoolers’ Book Club - Monday, assemble an identical jigsaw puzJan. 30, 2:30 p.m. for ages 7 to 12. “Lost zle. Space is limited. Registration is and its benefits. City: The Discovery of Machu Picchu” required. The program is free and open to the by Ted Lewin. Registration is required. public. Registration is preferred. Call Spanish Conversion Group - Monday, Creativity Club: Arm Knitting - Mon203-239-5803 or visit northhavenliJan. 23, 4 p.m. Practice speaking Spanday, Jan. 30, 6:30 p.m. for ages 10 to ish in an informal setting. Registration 14. Make arm-knitted infinity scarves. recommended. Bring two skeins of chunky yarn (regChildren’s programs Ask a Lawyer - Monday, Jan. 23, 5:30 ular yarn will not work.) No knitting Parachute Playtime - Friday, Jan. 20, p.m. Sign up for 15-minute session needles required. Visit the children’s 10:30 a.m. for ages 2 to 6 with adult. with an attorney from the New Haven department to see an example. RegisRegistration is required. County Bar Association who can protration is required. vide general information. LEGO Club - Saturday, Jan. 21, 2:30 Mommy Meet-Up. - Tuesday, Jan. 31, p.m. for ages 4 to 12. Drop-in. Tuesday Morning Movie - Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. for parents and caregivers with infants age 0 to 12 months. Infor- Jan. 24, 10:30 a.m. “The Meddler.” Bouncing Babies Storytime - Monmal time to meet with other parents. day, Jan. 23, 10:30 a.m. for ages 0 to Rated PG-13. No registration required. 18 months with parent or caregiver. Who is Lynda? - Wednesday, Jan. 25, Nursery rhymes, songs, fingerplay and LEGO Club - Tuesday, Jan. 31, 6:30 10:30 a.m. Morning training sesbooks. No registration. p.m. for ages 4 to 12. Drop-in. sion for Lynda, the online training Pokemon Club - Monday, Jan. 23, 3:30 resource, for residents only. Bring Adult programs p.m. for ages 6 to 12. Bring your own your laptop or tablet. Registration is cards. No registration. Yoga - Tuesdays, through Feb. 14, 5:30 required. For more information, call p.m. Registration is required. 203-239-5803. Pajama Storytime - Monday, Jan. 23, 6:30 p.m. for ages 3 1/2 to 6 with adult. Tuesday Morning Movie - Tuesday, America at War Series: World War I Wear pajamas, stories with Storytime Jan. 17, 10:30 a.m. “Wild Oats.” Rated Decisive Day - Wednesday, Jan. 25, 7 Sue. No registration. PG-13. p.m. Discussion of Aug. 2 date signifying America as a global power. RegisTutu Tuesday - Tuesday, Jan. 24, 6 p.m. A “P”Interesting Night at the Library: tration recommended. for ages 6 months to 3 1/2 with adult. Collages - Wednesday, Jan. 18, 7 p.m. Wear a tutu or bow tie. Music, dancfor ages 16 and older. First session of Mystery Book Club - Thursday, Jan. 26, ing, story and playtime. Registration is the craft program, inspired by social 7 p.m. Registration recommended. required. media site, Pinterest. Supplies proSaturday Matinée - Saturday, Jan. 28, 2 vided. Registration required. Sixty Second Showdown - Wednesp.m. “Sully.” Rated PG-13. day, Jan. 25, 6:30 p.m. for ages 9 to 14. Book Chat - Wednesday, Jan. 18, Simple, fast paced games. Registration 1 p.m. Share what you are reading Friends of the Library is required. in an informal setting. Registration Friends of the North Haven Library is recommended. accepting membership. The Friends Toddler Time - Thursdays, Jan. 26, support educational and cultural Feb. 2 and 9, 10:30 a.m. for ages 18 to Knitting Group - Thursday, Jan. 19, 1 programs for children and adults and 30 months with parent or caregiver. p.m. Free, drop-in. more. Books, fingerplay, music followed by Hail to the Chief: The Inauguration playtime. Registration is required. Applications are available at the of a President - Thursday, Jan. 19, 7 library.

Government Meetings Tuesday, Jan. 17

St., 5:30 p.m.

Rec, 7 p.m.

Commission of Aging, Senior Center, 189 Pool St., 6 p.m.

Zoning Board of Appeals, Wakely Community Center, 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Jan. 25

Planning & Zoning Commission, Wakely Community Center, 7 p.m.

Monday, Jan. 23

Thursday, Jan. 19

Water Pollution Control Authority, 1122 Universal Drive, 6 p.m.

Board of Education, BOE, 5 Linsley

Conservation Commission, Park &


Inland/Wetlands, Wakely Community Center, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26 Board of Education Workshop, BOE, 5 Linsley St., 5:30 p.m. MEDIA THAT MOVES >>

Eugene Anthony Luzietti NORTH HAVEN — Eugene “Gene” Anthony Luzietti, 57, formerly of North Haven, passed away suddenly on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2016, on the beach in Perth, Western Australia, doing what he loved most, playing, laughing and loving life. He was the beloved husband of 26 years to Bettyjane (Rhea) Luzietti. Gene was born in New Haven on June 13, 1959, beloved son of Esther Giordano Luzietti and the late Rudolph A. “Rudy” Luzietti; he graduated cum laude with a bachelor of science in geology in 1983 from Utah State and attended the world renown Colorado School of Mines where he received his master of science in geophysics. Gene worked briefly for the U.S. Geological Survey before joining Chevron as a petroleum geologist in 1991, until the time of his passing, a position that included assignments throughout the U.S. and abroad. He was the beloved brother of Luke (Jennifer) Luzietti, Lynette Luzietti and Alyssa (Dr. Mark) Pethick. He was also survived by 14 nieces and nephews. Family and friends were invited to St. Stephen Church, 400 Ridge Road, Hamden on Thursday, Jan. 12, for a Mass of Christian burial. Interment will be private. The North Haven Funeral Home, 36 Washington Ave., has been entrusted with the arrangements. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the MGH-ALS Research Fund, 165 Cambridge St., Boston, MA 02114.

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Obituaries John R. Corrado MILFORD — John Richard Corrado, 74, of Milford, passed away peacefully on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017, at Yale New Haven Hospital with his family by his side. He was the husband and eternal soulmate to the love of his life and best friend of 20 years, Heather Bellenot Corrado. John was born in New Haven on Aug. 13, 1942, son of Emily M. Sorvillo Corrado and the late John T. Corrado. John served his country faithfully in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam era, deployed on the USS Wasp (CVS-18) during the Cuban Missile Crisis and in the blockade; was vice-president at People’s United Bank, and later was vice-president for CheckFree a subsidiary of United Illuminating until his retirement. John was a member of the American Legion of East Haven; a lifetime member of the International Association of Credit Card Investigators (IAFCI) and a member of the Newport Preservation Society; he

Leslie F. LaVorgna was an avid golfer, enjoyed traveling with his wife, and was a sports enthusiast having been a devoted fan of the former Brooklyn Dodgers. He was the step-father of Margaret (Michael) Morazzini, and Kathryn (Mark Delcavo) Kubik; father of Lisa Mackenzie, John D. Corrado, and Peter Corrado; grandfather of Wesley and Carlo Morazzini, Jessica and Rachel Shapiro, Katie, Lyndsay, Victoria and Isabella Corrado; great-grandfather of Lucas Corrado; brother of Peter A. (Dawn) Corrado and Nancy F. (Orlando) Amato. Family and friends were invited to St. Vincent De Paul Church, 80 Taylor Ave., East Haven on Tuesday, Jan. 10, for a Mass of Christian burial, and were also invited to the committal service with full military honors following in All Saints Cemetery. The North Haven Funeral Home, 36 Washington Ave., has been entrusted with the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association, 45 Ash St., East Hartford, CT 06108.

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NORTH HAVEN — Ann Flanagan McCafferty, 81, of North Haven, passed away peacefully on Monday, Jan. 4, 2017, at the St. Raphael campus/YaleNew Haven with her family by her side. She was the beloved wife of 62 years to the late Francis “Clark” McCafferty. Ann was born in Troy, N.Y. on April 11, 1935, daughter of the late Thomas and Elizabeth DeLorme Flanagan, and had worked for the former Terryette’s Gymnastic Center of Hamden. She was the mother of Anne Hernandez (Joe), Lisa Blackert and the late Maureen McCafferty-Mattia; grandmother of Nathaniel Alexander, Emilee Bisch (James), Ryan Blackert, Brendan and Max Mattia, and the late Daniel Blackert; great-grandmother of Sullivan Bischof; sister of Elizabeth Donnelly (William), Michael Flanagan (Margaret), Gary Flanagan (Paula) and the late Thomas and Robert Flanagan. Private funeral services have been entrusted to the North Haven Funeral Home, 36 Washington Ave. There will be no visiting hours.

HAMDEN — Helen DiFabbio DeLuigi, 84, of Hamden, passed away peacefully on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2017, at the Connecticut Hospice, Branford with her husband by her side. She was the beloved wife of 64 years to Frank P. DeLuigi. Helen was born in New Haven on April 5, 1932, daughter of the late Nicholas and Nellie Ferrie DiFabbio; she had worked for M& R Manufacturing, the Mite Corporation, and later for Circuit Wise. She was the sister of Margaret Bigelow, Irene Mel and the late Christine, Pasquale, Vincent and Arthur DiFabbio, Dorothy Vaccino and Elsie Verderame. She was also survived by nieces and nephews. Family and friends were invited to St. Stephen Church, 400 Ridge Road, Hamden on Monday, Jan. 9, for a Mass of Christian burial, and were also invited to attend the committal service following in the All Saints Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Smilow Cancer pital at Yale-New Haven and Yale Cancer Center, P.O. Box 1849, New HaObituary fee ven, CT 06508. The North Haven Funeral Home, 36 The North Haven Citizen Washington Ave., has been charges $50 for an 8-inch entrusted with the arrangeobituary, and $5 for each ments. additional inch. To place an obituary, 203-317-2240. Economical & Affordable Burial & Cremation Services Proudly Serving Our Community for Four Generations


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EAST HAVEN — Leslie Frances LaVorgna, 73, of East Haven, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017, at the Smilow Cancer Hospital/ Ya l e N e w Haven with her family by her side. Leslie was born in New Haven on Jan. 20, 1943, daughter of the late Vincent and Ellen Gagliardi LaVorgna; was a former bookkeeper for ABA, and was a member of the 1960 Hillhouse High School Alumni Committee. She was the sister of David (Angela) Lavorgna and the late Vincent Lavorgna; aunt of Justin (Maria) Lavorgna and Jill (Adam) Laudati; great-aunt of Victoria and Nicolas Lavorgna, Xavier and Zander Laudati. Her funeral procession left the North Haven Funeral Home, 36 Washington Ave., Monday, Jan. 9. A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated in Our Lady of Pompeii Church. Interment was followed in Beaverdale Memorial Park. Should friends desire, memorial tions may be made to the Connecticut Hospice, 100 Margaret A. White Double Beach Road, BranShe was the mother of ford, CT 06405. NORTH HAVEN — Margaret A. Southard White, Debbie Huston (Brent), 78, of North Haven, passed Daniel O’Hara (Mary), away peace- Donna O’Hara-Orr (Robert), Lisa Ann DeLucia fully on Sun- Dennis O’Hara, Dyana HerWEST HAVEN — Lisa day, Jan. 1, rera (Jenry), Danielle Favaro Ann DeLucia, 56, of West 2017, at her (Larry Palermo) and the late Haven, passed away on home. She Denise O’Hara; sister of Tuesday, was the be- Francis and Robert SouthJan. 3, 2017. loved wife of ard. She was also survived She was the the late Rich- by 11 grandchildren; and daughter ard R. White. nine great-grandchildren. of Barbara Margaret was born in She was predeceased by a Marchitto Buffalo, N.Y. on July, 22, grandson, Billy Martindale. and James Her funeral procession 1938, daughter of the late (Ann) DeLuHarold D. Southard and left the North Haven Fucia; sister of Margaret A. Stephany; neral Home, 36 Washing- James DeLucia, Sr., and worked for H.B. IVES for ton Ave., Saturday, Jan. 7. Paul DeLucia; niece of Mary many years; was an active A Mass of Christian burial Jane Noto. parishioner at St. Barnabas was celebrated in St. BarnPrivate funeral services Church; was a Cub Scout abas Church. Entombment have been entrusted to the Den Mother, and Girl Scout was followed in the All North Haven Funeral Home, leader for her children when Saints Mausoleum. 36 Washington Ave. they were growing up.

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North Haven Ski Club news The North Haven Ski Club is accepting membership applications for the 2017 ski season. The club has scheduled bus trips for Saturday, Jan. 28 to Mt. Snow; Saturday, Feb. 4 to Killington and Sunday, Feb. 26 to Stratton Mountain. A fee is charged. Reservations are required. A club representative plans to accept membership applications and bus trip reservations on Wednesday, Jan.

25, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at North Haven Parks and Rec., 5 Linsley St. Also, new members can join on the bus or at any time to take advantage of planned ski trips. Bus leaves the North Haven Stop & Shop parking lot at 5:30 a.m. and returns approximately 7 to 8 p.m. Trips include a dinner stop. For more information, contact Annette Murphy at 203927-3071 or dapdmurph@


Year-round toy bank available The North Haven Community Services and Recreation Department runs a toy bank year-round where parents may select items for their children’s birthdays. The toy bank is intended for income eligible North Haven families with children ages 18 and under. In order to access the toy bank, families must be residents of the town of North Haven and fall under the income eligibility guidelines. Families must present a driver’s license or photo ID and complete a one-page

application upon arrival providing children’s names, dates of birth and schools they attend. Access to the toy bank is by appointment, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The toy bank is located in the Town Hall Annex Building, 5 Linsley St. For more information or to apply, call Carla Riccio at 203-239-5321, ext. 500. Donations of new and unwrapped toys are always welcome.

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Welcome to On The Menu. Let us help you find the perfect place to eat.

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476 Washington Avenue North Haven, CT 06473 203-535-0149 Family owned/operated. Former proprietors of the Neptune Diner in Wallingford. Extensive menu for all tastes. Breakfasts, luncheons and special dinners. All baking on premises.

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1. #I16-13 Application of Berchem, Moses & Devlin, P.C., Applicant, Hawthorne Realty LLC, Owner, relative to 333 State Street, (Map 35, Lot 1), seeking a Subdivision Referral. Plan Entitled: Resubdivision Plan, Lot #2 – Mersick Industrial Park, 333 State Street, North Haven, Connecticut. Prepared by: Godfrey Hoffman Associates, LLC. Dated: 10-11-2016. Scale 1”=50’. IL-30 Zoning District. 2. #I16-14 Application of Tom Haynes, 200 Sackett Point Road LLC, Applicant & Owner, relative to 300 Elm Street, (Map 36, Lot 3), seeking a Permit to Conduct Regulated Activity and Site Plan Referral. Plan Entitled: Sackett Point Road, 300 Elm Street, North Haven, Connecticut, Inland Wetland & Earthwork Permit Application. Prepared by: Langan CT Inc. Dated: 11/21/2016. Scale 1”=60’. IL-80 Zoning District.



Notice is hereby given of a Special Town Meeting of the Town of North Haven to be held on Monday, January 30, 2017 at 6:30 P.M. in the Upstairs Conference Room # 1 of the North Haven Memorial Notice is hereby given Town Hall, 18 Church Street, North Haven, CT that the North Haven 06473 for the following purpose: Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a Public Hear- 1. To consider and vote upon whether to adopt an ing on Thursday, Janu- amendment to the Parking Ordinance at Chapter $788 + tax and reg down ary 19, 2017 at 7:30 151 of the Ordinances of the Town of North $50/Week p.m., at the Mildred A. Haven to add Section 151-14 to enact the Wakeley Community & Restricted Residential Parking Zone Ordinance to $ Recreation Center, 7 establish a procedure of general municipal appliLinsley Street, in Room cation for the creation of restricted residential Buy Here Pay Here, No Credit Check # 2 at which time and parking zones in order that the Board of Police place opportunity will be Commissioners may regulate on-street parking given to those who wish areas to limit on-street parking to residents of a to be heard relative to given neighborhood and impose a penalty for a the following applica- violation of the rules and regulations adopted by the Board for a particular restricted residential tions: parking zone. A copy of the Ordinance is on file and available for inspection in the Office of the 1. #16-14 Application Town Clerk. of WA445 Associates, LLC, Applicants and Owners, Dated at North Haven, Connecticut, this 5th day of relative to 445 Wash- January, 2017 ington Avenue, (Map 90, Lot 5) per Sec- NORTH HAVEN BOARD OF SELECTMEN: tion, request Michael J. Freda, First Selectman, Timothy M. ing approval to en- Doheny, Second Selectman, Sally J. Buemi, Third large an existing Selectman 59116 non-conforming building. IL-30 Automobiles Automobiles Zoning District.

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3. #I16-15 Application of Samuel J. Docknevich, SubaruLegacyOutback Applicant & Owner, relative to 80 Half Mile Road, 2. #16-15 Application Wagon’03.137K. (Map 24, Lot 38), seeking a Subdivision Referral. of Christopher leather.sunroof.remote. Plan Entitled: Record Subdivision Map, Docknevich Buonocore, Appligoodwintercar.$2,900. Property, 80 Half Mile Road, North Haven, Concant and Owner, Call 203.213.4058. necticut. Prepared by: Anderson Engineering & Surrelative to 2 Marlen veying Associates. Dated: December 22, 2016. Drive, (Map 58, Lot Looking Scale 1”=40’. R-40 Zoning District. 41), per Section for a friend?, requesting a Find litters of critters 4. #I16-16 Application of Samuel J. Docknevich, front yard setback in Classifieds. Applicant & Owner, relative to 80 Half Mile Road, variance of 3 ft. to (Map 24, Lot 38), seeking to Amend Wetland Bounpermit a front yard dary Map. Plan Entitled: Property Survey & Inland setback of 47’ where $988 + tax and reg down Wetlands Boundary Clarification Map, Docknevich 50’ is required. R-20 $50/Week Property, 80 Half Mile Road, North Haven, ConZoning District. Automobiles necticut. Prepared by: Anderson Engineering & SurDonald Clark, $ veying Associates. Dated: December 19, 2016. Secretary Scale 1”-40’. R-40 Zoning District. Buy Here Pay Here, No Credit Check

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03 Hyundai Sonata

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$988 + tax and reg down $50/Week

Lost and Found


FOUND - 14" Drone, vicinity of Main & Home Ave. Owner call to identify 203-747-0542

WEDDING RING – Lost in the parking lot or at Pho Ethan Restaurant at 1145 No. Colony Rd. in Wallingford. generous reward offered. Call 617-6308485.

02 Hyundai XG350

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01 Hyundai Elantra

$588 + tax and reg down $50/Week


Mark Trojanowski, Chairman



Notice is hereby given that the Inland Wetlands Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 7:00 P.M., at the Mildred A. Wakeley Community and Recreation Center, 7 Linsley Street, in Room #2, to consider the following applications. A copy of this notice is filed in the Town Clerk’s Office.

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2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

2001 Ford Taurus

$988 + tax and reg down $50/Week

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Help Wanted


Help Wanted


2015 FORD F-150 XLT 4X4


GENERAL DESCRIPTION : Assisting Program Supervisor in organizing, implementing, and supervising games and activities for children. Performs related duties as specified by Supervisor.

Stock #: P4812 4WD, Only 26k Miles

Stock #: 17-473A 15K Miles


SUPERVISOR : Summer Program Supervisor


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REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE: a. Some knowledge, but willing to learn more about games and activities, arts and crafts, music, drama, and outdoor education. b. Demonstrate dependability, creativity, and ability to motivate children. c. Enjoy working with children. d. An understanding of the various needs and skills of the diversified age groups. e. Attend pre-season orientation. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: a. North Haven resident. b. 15 years of age or older. SUMMER STAFF HOURS: Day Camp –8:15 a.m. -4:45 p.m. Playgrounds –8:45 a.m. -3:15 p.m. Hourly rate: $10.10




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2003 Buick

2004 Chevrolet

$588 + tax and reg down $50/Week

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Placement of employees will be based on the needs of the department. CHILDCARE - Meriden and Cheshire Stork Clubs are hiring multiple teachers to work with various ages. Call 203-272-1637 (Cheshire) and 203-235-8461 (Meriden) for more information. EOE. LABORER-Excavating co., valid drivers lic. nec., CDL preferred, not req.,exp. preferred, 203-379-0193

WAREHOUSE F/T Rocky Hill 4 day week, 1 weekend day off Benefits w/401k match & pay up to $24/hr. Burris Logistics Apply:


Business Owner / Service Provider? 58536-02



Applications will be accepted beginning December 12, 2016 until March 17, 2017. Please apply at the Memorial Town Hall, Finance Office, 18 Church St., North Haven, CT 06473 Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, or you can download the Summer Employment application from the Town’s website www.tow Applications must be mailed or hand delivered to the Finance Office by March 17, 2017. Applications will not be accepted via email.


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MECHANIC- Exp. me- AFFORDABLE - Dryers, chanic needed, miniwashers, refrigerators mum of 4 yrs., must & stoves, repairs also have own tools & valid available. Wallingford, 475-201-9001. drivers lic. Apply in person: GT Tire, 155 Furniture Colony St., Meriden, & Appliances CT, M-F 8a.m.- 4p.m.

AARON’S BUYING Old Machinist Tools, Lathes, Bench Tools Hand Tools, Much More. (203) 525-0608 ALL CASH FOR

MILITARY ITEMS 203-237-6575


WELDER / FABRICATOR 5 PIECE BEDROOM CASH PAID Custom sheet metal $400; KitchenAid Dishfabrication, light strucwasher Bisque, $100; Vintage Electronics, Mutural, min 5-10 yrs exBrass Fireplace Set, sical Instruments, perience, steady work, $40. (203) 558-0452. Amps, Ham Equipgood benefits. ment, HiFi, Radios, Call for interview. Miscellaneous CB, Guitars, Audio 860-828-3762 For Sale Equipment, Antiques. 860-707-9350 FRESH WATER AQUARIUM w/solid oak ANTIQUES - Always stand and T-5 lighting buying old; Toys, milifixtures. $275.00 tary, jewelry, art, 203-886-0340 watches, musical inLooking for a lead CNC struments, signs, arProgrammer/Setup NEW - Bowflex Max cade games, cameras, Person Trainer M3, for sale, pre 1970 sports memProgram and setup of $1,200. Call 860-462orabilia, plus more. Swiss style CNC 9184. One item or entire eslathes/CNC vertical tate contents. Call milling centers. Music Instruments 860-718-5132. Citizen, Tsugami, Star, & Instruction Tornos, Etc. Programming for ISO G codes and TB Deco Must have 6 to 10 years’ experience, must be able to solve Music By Roberta tecnical issues, Perform + Instruct Program & setup, Voice lessons - all ages must have a good +levels,piano beginnermachining backinterm. (203) 630-9295. ground, must be able to read prints and Buyer of NAPIER Wanted to Buy understand quality, Barware, Giftware, and have leadership Jewelry & Memorabilia! capability. Pay based on 1,2,3 Items or an Estate HIGHEST CASH PAID! experience. Must be ûûûCA$Hûûû 203-606-8374 able to work overtime 203-494-1695 Send resumes to joeg@ ESTATE SALE SERVICE Costume Jewelry, "No walk-ins" Antiques, paintings, DEE’S ANTIQUES Meriden-made items, Buying Collectibles, toys, lamps Jewelry & Silver. China, Glass, Military, 1-2 ITEMS Musical. Anything old Silverware, China, Glass. & unusual. Single Furniture, 50’s Items. Local Classified Listings. item to an estate. Whole Estates 203-235-8431. 203 238-3499


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Apartments For Rent

CLEANEST SEASONED MERIDEN - 2nd fl: 1 BR FIREWOOD - IN CT, $600mo.; Studio $500 $200 / cord delivered. mo. 2 mo. sec. +app Discounts over 2, over fee. Maier Property 4, & picked up. Call Mgt, 203-235-1000. Mike (203) 631-2211 MERIDEN - 3 BR, 1.5 CLEAN FIREWOOD BA, W/D Hkp, $1,000 $200 per cord. Cut, mo. 2 mo. sec. West split and delivered. Side. Maier Property (203) 376-2805. Mgt, 203-235-1000.

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FREE WOOD- 40 Briar Ln., Meriden, Sat. between 2-5pm when MERIDEN- 3 BR, 2nd fl., owner is present $1000mo+ sec., spac., off st. prkg., appli. inc., SEASONED Judy 203-927-8215 FIREWOOD Approximately 18” long, MERIDEN/NEW HAVEN, full cord, $200. ½ cord, 1 & 2 BR avail. Lease, 125.00 (203) 294-1775 Sec & Refs. 7657 / 203-314-7300

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Houses For Rent MIDDLEFIELD - 4 rm house, 12 Way Rd., $1,400 mo. Priv. lot & yard, pets neg. Will be in immac. cond. 2/1/17.(860) 966-7487.

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FLANDERS WEST APARTMENTS 3 Darling Street, Southington, CT Studio & One Bedroom Apt. Homes Includes Heat/Hot Water, Appliances Computer & Fitness Center Free Meal Program & Activities Free Shuttle Bus Service Affordable Apartments for Qualified Applicants 50 years of age of older. For more info call 860-621-3954 TTY 711

English or French Bulldogs 1250.+; Yorkies, 750+ (860) 828-7442


All Systems Electric LLC Polish/English Speaking Electrical Wiring & More! woman to clean house Generators, Security w/care. 3rd cleaning & Fire Alarms, Data 50% off. Ins & bonded. Refs. 860-538-4885 Wiring, Roof De-Icing FREE ESTIMATES! CT# 0187714-E1 Visit us at 860-436-4957 T.E.C. Electrical Service LLC All Phases of Electrical Work 24 hr. Emergency Service Small Jobs Welcome 203-237-2122

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

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WLFD - 2BR, 1BA, LR, EIKIT, fin. basement, ATTENTION DOG laundry rm., pet friendOWNERS ly, $1,200 + dep.,1st & DOG OBEDIENCE last, 203-526-6063 CLASSES Starting 1/9/17 Gutters @ Cheshire Parks & Rec 6 Week Course $90 Junk Removal /Classified Non-Residents $ 100 Pre-Registration a Must Local listings online! Beginners Class 6:15 p Novice&Advance 7:15 p Instructors, call after 5 p Condos For Rent Bruce Giannetti, Apartments For Rent 203-235-4852 MERIDEN 1-2 BR Hub- GUTTERS PLUS 25+ yrs Phil Huntington, SPECIAL - 1 Bdrm bard Park Condos. Air exp. Call today for free 860-302-7077 apartments $800 /mo. Heat. 775 West Main est. 203-440-3535 Ct. Kathy Queen, Free Heat, Hot Water St. $825 to $975 + 203-439-0501 Reg. #578887 and Electric! Ask about Utils. No pets. Call Michele Czaja-Goslin, our pet policy. Security John, (860) 989-6080. 860-559-2725 ED’S JUNK REMOVAL deposit required. (203) For further info call Home Improvement WE HAVE DUMP TRUCK Meriden - 2 BR Condo, 639-4868 Cheshire Parks and Reg. Ins. Free on-site est. $850, 2 mo sec. + app Rec b/t 9 & 4 M - F Attics, bsemts, garages, Studio, 3BR, 4BR fee. No pets. Maier 203-272-2743 appl. & more. Any Quesfor rent Property Mgt,203-235tions? Ed (203) 494-1526 Section 8 approved. 1000. Conv. to hi-way. Call 203-903-6413.

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***CALL TODAY*** Yalesville Construction, LLC. Roofing, siding, kitchens, baths, additions, decks, doors windows, power washing, flooring Insured Free est. 203-535-2962 HIC#0631937 CORNERSTONE Fence & Ornamental Gates. All types of fence. Res/Comm. AFA Cert. Ins’d. Call John Uvino 203-237GATE. CT Reg #601060.

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Roofing. Siding. Windows. More. Free Est’s. Ins. # 604200. Member BBB. George J Mack & Sons JUNK REMOVAL & Servicing the Meriden Harmony.(860)645-8899 MORE 25% OFF area since 1922. Toilet, WE REMOVE Snow Plowing faucet, sink & drain reFurniture, appliances, pairs. Water heater reentire contents of: placements. 15% Sr homes, sheds, estates, SALT - $135 / Yard. citizen disc. Member attics, basements, Sand/salt 7:2 dot mix of BBB. 203-238-2820 garages & more. $75/yard picked up. *FALL 100% calcium chloride YardClean-ups* $22 - 50 lb bag. Mag PLUMBING & HEATING chloride $17 - 50 lb SERVICES AVAILABLE FREE ESTIMATES bag. pallet prices Call 203-848-4257. LIC & INS. available 24/7. Lic.&Ins. 203-535-9817 203-238-9846 or 860-575-8218


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