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Under proposal, apartments would replace wedding hall By Lauren Takores The Citizen

D’Errico steps down after 27 years on police commission

The owners of Fantasia banquet hall on Route 5 are exploring whether to turn the property into apartments, but neighbors say the noise, light and tenants would be disruptive.

By Lauren Takores The Citizen

Last week, the Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing on a special permit application, filed by Reno Russo.

D’Errico, 78, served on the board for 27 years, including 10 years as chairman.

Joseph F. D’Errico Sr. has stepped down as chairman of the Board of Police Commissioners.

“It’s time for some of the young people to take over and do the job,” D’Errico said Friday, July 6.

The Fantasia plan was presented by attorney Bernard Pellegrino, project engineer Matthew Niski and architect Robert Mangino. Under the proposal, the banquet and wedding hall at 404 Washington Ave. would be demolished and replaced by three new buildings. One would be businesses and apartments and the other two would be apartments. The height of the buildings would be up to 30 feet, with pitched roofs. The proposal contains 85 onebedroom apartments and 24 twobedroom apartments, for a total of 109 residential units and 133 bedrooms, with 147 parking spaces.

The Board of Selectmen accepted his resignation at its July 5 meeting. First Selectman Michael Freda and the other selectman acknowledged D’Errico’s years of service. North Haven Planning and Zoning Commission members discuss a proposal July 2 that would change the property use at Fantasia Wedding and Banquet Facility, located at 404 Washington Ave. Lauren Takores, The Citizen

ing spaces for tenants and visitors, where plowed snow would be piled and the lack of sidewalks from back buildings to Washington Avenue.

They brought up the 50-foot buffer of trees and shrubs along the border with houses on Robin Court, the street that runs behind Fantasia, questioning whether Commission members raised conthe vegetation would be adequate. cerns about the number of park-

Residents of Robin Court urged the commission against granting the permit, saying they were not made sufficiently aware of the proposal, and that the project would increase noise and light, add hundreds of people to the site daily and encroach on their privacy. “We live on a nice, quiet, deadSee Proposal, A10

“Based on all his years of service,” Second Selectman William Pieper said, “he’s really set a high standard, in terms of how long he’s volunteered to be part of the town.” D’Errico said his most recent accomplishment as police commission chairman is establishing the school resource officer program. Voters approved an ordinance last month that will add SROs, which are certified police officers who work within schools, to the five public schools that don’t yet have one. See D’Errico, A3





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The Daytime Gardeners of North Haven participated in the kick-off event for the North Haven Library Summer Reading Program, Saturday, June 16. Daytime Gardeners members assisted children in transplanting a marigold to plant at home. Other exhibits featured bird houses, bird feeders, mason bee houses, a wood duck house, and literature. Pictured: Helen Nado and Walt Brockett assist with potting a marigold.


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Senior Calendar Monday, July 16

Fitness Fun, 9:30 a.m.; Canasta, 10 a.m.; Sitercise, 10:30 a.m.; Tai Chi, 10:30 a.m.; Hot Dog Monday, 11:15 a.m.; Pinochle, noon; Bingo, 12:30 p.m.; Bocce, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 17

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Working to establish the police dogs program and regional SWAT team are also among his proudest accomplishments.

The Board of Selectmen is expected to appoint a new member based on a suggested replacement from the town’s Republican party at its August meeting.

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Summer services – Sunday worship services at 9:30 a.m. during July and August. Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of the month and Family/Mission Sunday is scheduled on the third Sunday of the month.

Church by the River – Northford Congregational Church and the Rev. Robin Blundon invite all to participate in a community and family worship service on Sunday, July 15, 9:30 a.m., at the Farm

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School News President’s list Goodwin College – Deborah Smith of North Haven.

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Western New England University, Massachusetts – Jillian Zaleski, Tyler Hines of North Haven.

St. Lawrence University, New York – Robert G. Ryan of North Haven.

Dean’s list Goodwin College – Sophie Cronin, Jonathan Howard, Michelle Maldonado of North Haven.

Bagelicious II of North Haven, 91 Washington Ave., celebrated it ribbon-cutting grand opening recently. Back row: Tom Curtin - HR Director Ulbrich Stainless Steels Board Chair Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce; Garrett Sheehan - President Greater New Haven & Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce; Donna and John Massella, owners; Mike Freda, First Selectman of North Haven; Len Fasano, State Senator; Dee Prior-Nesti, Executive Director Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce; and David Yaccarino, State Representative.

Silver Screen movie club Silver Screen Movie Discussion Club is scheduled to meet on the second Wednesday of each month, 7 p.m., at the North Haven Park & Recreation Building, 7 Linsley St.

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Quinnipiac University – Alex Acquarulo, Megan Benedetto, Rianna Berretta, Adriana Bogen, Thomas Bogen, Megan Bucknall, Sheryl Cinicola, Elissabeth Daniele, Consolata Delucia, Alexandra Ford, Austin Fraser, Stephanie Hoang, Nathaniel Keegan, Amanda Kenny, Celine Kilic, Arianna Lawless, Gianna Liuzzi, Kelly Manzo, Mia Martinez, Abigail McKiegan, Jenna Mealey, Lionel Moirez, Noelle Musco, Frances Nemeth, Monique Parikh, Ronak Patel, Brandan Porter, Amanda Pullano, Arianna Pustari, Berrak Tekalp, Elif Tekalp, Hasan Tekalp, Maily Tran, Andrew

University of New Hampshire – Mary Mattei, Mary McLamb, Margaret Falkowski, Brian Nichols, Alyssa Porto of North Haven. Western New England University, Massachusetts – Patrick McKenna, Brendan Meyers of North Haven.

Graduates Quinnipiac University – Alex Acquarulo, Michael Amato, Daniel Calix, Siobhan Day, Levi Edelman, Stephanie Hoang, Arianna Lawless, Gianna Liuzzi, Mia Martinez, Kristina McKinney, Daisy Melendez, Lionel Moirez, Noelle Musco, Frances Nemeth, Katie O’Connor, Jillian Page, Esha Patel, Ronak Patel, Amanda Pullano, William Pustari, Michael Tantorski, Valentina Velez, Andrew Villabona, Toni Vol-

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Sacred Heart Academy Local students named to the second semester honor roll at Sacred Heart Academy. High honors – Alyssa Caldarella, Emily Carchia, Katie Crowell, Kristina Crowell, Samantha Dorsi, Julia Ferraro, Katherine Fitzgerald, Lauren Fitzgerald, Amber Harrison, Mary Olson, Anna Pienkos, Christina Pienkos, Melissa Uy, Sarina Watkins of North Haven. Honors – Ava Bellucci of North Haven. The Citizen prints scholastic achievements of local students. Company policy requires verification from the school, i.e., a copy of the letter, email or certificate received by the student.

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North Haven High School softball player Lauren Card earned All-State honors this season. A junior pitcher, Card led North Haven to a 16-4 regular season record this season and the Indians claimed the SCC championship, a first for the team. Card finished the season with a record of 17-5 and an ERA of 1.18. Along with being named AllState, Card was also selected All-SCC, New Haven Register All-Area, and was her team’s MVP.

Authorities continue probing infant’s death Police responded to a home on Fortune Drive early Friday afternoon, July 6 for a report of an infant who was not breathing, according to police spokesman Capt. Kevin Glenn. The infant was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital and pronounced dead shortly after 3 p.m. Police learned the infant was home with the father, and

the mother arrived home to find that the child was not breathing, Glenn said. Police are working with the state’s attorney’s office and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to determine what led to the infant’s death.

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Calendar Saturday


Singles Dance: July 14, 8 p.m. $27. Zandri Stillwood Inn, 1074 S. Colony St., Wallingford.

Monday Back in Time Concert: July 16, 7 p.m. Thornton Wilder Hall Miller Library, 2901 Dixwell Ave., Hamden.

The North Haven Rotary Club welcomed a new president, Mary Minotti, during a June 26 installation dinner at Tradition Golf Club in Wallingford. Minotti, owner of The Music Center of North Haven, succeeds Brian Coughlin, (right). Rotary District Governor Rick Bassett also is pictured.

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Tutu Tuesday: July 17, 10:30 a.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven. Yarn Wrapped Letters: July 17, 3:30 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.


Mushroom ID for Beginners: July 16, 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Wallingford Public Library, 200 N. Main St., Wallingford. 203265-6754.

Knitting Group: July 19, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Picnic & Performance: Liz McNicholl & Lindsey Céitinn: July 16, 7 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Gza & Cappadonna: July 20, 8 p.m. $35. Toyota Oakdale Theatre, 95 S Turnpike Road, Wallingford.

Tory Lanez: July 16, 8 p.m. Toyota Oakdale Theatre, 95 S. Turnpike Road, Wallingford.

JD McPherson: July 20, 8 p.m. $20. Space Ballroom, 295 Treadwell St., Hamden.


Preschool Power Storytime: July 20, 10:30 a.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

Saturday DIY PROM II: July 21, 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. $10.38. The Wamleg, 190 Ward St., Wallingford. Mystic Bowie's Talking Dreads: July 21, 8 p.m. $20 - $25. Space Ballroom, 295 Treadwell St., Hamden.

Sunday Open House and Historic Craft Demonstration: July 22, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Wallingford Historic Preservation Trust, 153 South Main St., Wallingford.

Monday Picnic & Performance: T-Bone: July 23, 7 p.m. North Haven Memorial Library, 17 Elm St., North Haven.

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Local MMA fighter has persevered By Terry Sutton Special to The Citizen

Andrew Calandrelli, the owner of North Haven's Ultimate MMA & Jiu Jitsu Training Center, has trained, sparred with and competed against some of the toughest people in the sport of mixed martial arts. However, the toughest individual the former professional fighter has ever encountered is Marissa Messer-Belenchia. "I’ve never met or trained someone so determined and who is willing to do anything to win and be the best, like her," Calandrelli gushed. "She’s so tough because, in her mind, she’s already the best in the world and thinks nobody can beat her."

Just when Messer-Belenchia began training again, she experienced a devastating personal loss. Her longtime boyfriend, David Baviello, died unexpectedly in early April. While she could have been excused for retreating to a dark place, Messer-Belenchia continued to train.

Calandrelli and Messer-Belenchia believe it’s only a matter of time before she gets to the UFC.

On June 16, in Springfield, Massachusetts, Messer-Belenchia faced off, once again, by Nowak. This time, however, the fight didn't go the distance. Messer-Belenchia would win by submission at four minutes and 15 seconds into the first round using an arm bar.

"The loss of David," MesserBelenchia stated. "It's the hardest thing I've ever been through. And then, on top of it, having to train for fights right through it. His family has been supporting me every step of the way, right there with me at all my fights. All I can think is that this is what he wanted me to do, and if he were here, he would be right there."

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After rolling up a 4-1 record as an amateur mixed martial arts fighter, Marissa Messer-Belenchia is now undefeated as a professional.

And the fighter nicknamed “The Spider Monkey” decided to compete in an amateur fight at Mohegan Sun on May 5. However, just hours after the weigh-in for her fight at Mohegan Sun, Messer-Belenchia became sick and vomited profusely for several hours. She was hospitalized with a stomach virus and dehydration. Calandrelli, her coach and trainer, wanted to cancel the

fight, but Messer-Belenchia was convinced she could step into the ring. She did, and went on to win a hard-fought three-round unamimous decision over Grace Nowak, to improve her record to 4-1.

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Messer-Belenchia said she simply “had to go through with it.” “It was my first fight since having surgery, first fight since losing my boyfriend, and I knew I had a lot of

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Soon after, Messer-Belenchia announced her next fight would be as a professional.

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A month later, it was revealed that she suffered from a torn hip labrum. She underwent surgery in September and was sidelined for several months.

"We are in talks with CES for Aug. 3 and Bellator for Oct. 12," Calandrelli stated. "But the goal is the UFC by end of 2019."

Now, Calandrelli is looking for Messer-Belenchia to fight in some bigger promotions.

Messer-Belenchia’s mental grit was on full display this past year. In May of 2017, she was set for her first professional mixed martial arts fight when an injury forced her to pull out.

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Beautification awards to be handed out by Garden Club The North Haven Garden Club plans to present an award to private and/or business properties for their

gardening and beautification efforts in North Haven. To nominate a property to be considered for the 2018

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Find great local eats - Adelphia Café 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.

AJ’s Oasis Café

142 Hanover Street Meriden, CT 06451 203-634-4912 New Menu, Daily Lunch specials serving American Cuisine. Family Owned, operated. Recipient of Record-Journal’s Peoples Choice Award Best Wings. Kitchen open M.-Sat 10-10, Sun. 11-10

Athena II Diner

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320 Washington Ave, North Haven, CT 06473 203.239.0663 Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Serving breakfast, lunch, & dinner. Accept Q Cards. Serving North Haven for 30 years. Daily specials and full liquor available.

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611 N Colony Road Wallingford, CT 06492 (203) 269-9507 Wallingford’s place to go for old-fashioned breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Proudly serving up delicious and hearty meals daily. Voted Best Diner 4 years running by Record Journal. Open seven days. Breakfast served all day.

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323 Washington Avenue North Haven ,CT 06473 203.234.2530 Family owned and operated bakery located off 1-91 in North Haven. We specialize in Italian pastries, cookies, Italian ice, gelato, cakes and other traditional desserts.

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