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Town denies wrongdoing by officer Field By Bailey Wright The Citizen

The town is moving forward on a motion for summary judgment in a civil case involving a North Haven police officer. Jose M. Santini, of New Haven, alleges Officer James Brennan struck him with his cruiser while pursing him on Middletown Avenue on June 21, 2015. Santini was thrown from the scooter he was riding and injured, according to court documents. He began legal action against Brennan and the Town of North Haven about a year ago. The town refutes Santini’s claims that Brennan pursued him at a high rate of speed and acted negligent or careless, court documents state.

“We deny any and all liability,” said Attorney James Tallberg with Karsten & Tallberg, LLC. He declined to comment further due to pending litigation.

with a written judgment decision or instead to send the case to trial.

“The video contained in the exhibit shows that Officer Brennan’s conduct on June 21, 2015 did not constitute an Karsten & Tallberg, the law firm repreillegal pursuit and should be viewed by senting Brennan and the town, filed a motion for summary judgment on Aug. the Court in its analysis of the defen27 and a motion to include Exhibit C, a dants’ motion for summary judgment,” DVD containing police dashcam footage states court documents. “Additionally, as plaintiff was the proximate cause of of the incident, in the judgment. The motion to include the dashcam footage the collision and his subsequent injuries, he cannot maintain his negliwas granted on Friday, Oct. 5. gence or property damage claim. As The law firm representing Santini filed such, the defendants are entitled to an objection to the motion for summary summary judgment on all claims in this judgment last Friday. The two sides will case.” meet to make their arguments for and Court documents describe the dashagainst a summary judgment, and the cam footage showing Brennan using court will decide whether indisputable evidence was provided to move forward

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Fall Festival returns to Peter’s Rock By Bailey Wright The Citizen

The Peter’s Rock Association’s annual Fall Festival will offer free activities, food and a guided hike this Sunday. The festival, which the association has held for about a decade, will take place at Peter’s Rock Park on Sunday, Oct. 14, from noon to 3 p.m., with a rain date scheduled for Oct. 21.

Fletcher said there will also be face painting and coloring opportunities for youngsters, as well as local experts set up to talk about subjects such as bee-keeping. This year will feature a Story Walk about a pumpkin seed, sponsored by the North Haven Memorial Library

By Bailey Wright The Citizen

An ad hoc advisory committee created to recommend management strategies and usage fees for the town’s new synthetic turf fields will present its final recommendations to the Board of Education at its November meeting. The committee was formed in late-March to “discuss, review and offer suggestions to the Board of Education on field usage, field charges, access to fields and financial planning for replacement of the fields in approximately 10 years,” according to third selectman Sally Buemi, who serves on the ad hoc committee. Buemi said among the final suggestions for signage and specific accessibility rules for the two fields, the committee will propose usage fees to charge both in-town and out-of-town private leagues by the hour.

Among the free hot dogs, chips and cookies, there will be a pumpkin patch and craft areas for kids. “Children (can) go out and pick a pumpkin and get to decorate it,” said Peter’s Rock Association treasurer, Michael Fletcher. “We have everything that’s needed to decorate the pumpkins ...”

usage fees proposal expected

“We’re allowing non-school See Field, A3

Correction Peter’s Rock Association’s annual Fall Festival will take place at Peter’s Rock Park, pictured, on Sunday, Oct. 14. Bailey Wright, The Citizen

and Daytime Gardeners, in conjunction with the Peter’s Rock Association. The highlight, Fletcher said, would be the 1 p.m. guided hike up to Peter’s Rock summit, using the park’s red

trail, which is about a mile long. “It's the highest point in North Haven,” he said. “The views are just tremendous.” bwright@record-journal.com 203-317-2316 Twitter: @baileyfaywright

An article on A1 of the Oct. 5 edition of The North Haven Citizen titled “Apartments gain approval at Fantasia site” inaccurately reported a timeline for the project. The owners plan to keep Fantasia open and haven’t set any timeline.


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Judging, by the North Haven Garden Club, is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 22.

Free smoke alarm program offered

The North Haven Garden Club, with the North Haven Recreation Department and North Haven Library, has scheduled the town’s first Scarecrow Contest. A fee, to be donated to North Haven Community Services and the library, is charged.

Forms are available at all elementary schools, at the North Haven Library and Recreation Department, or by calling Fran Notaro at 203-239-5265.

The North Haven Fire Department, with the American Red Cross, plans to install free smoke alarms in North Haven residences on Saturday, Oct. 13. Red Cross volunteers will also offer fire safety instruction and escape plans as well as information on protecting oneself and family from weather disasters.

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Scarecrows will be on display Oct. 20 through Nov. 3.

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teams to play on (the turf fields), but we’re going to be covering costs so that the Board of Education budget is not impacted by allowing these teams to play,” Buemi said. Buemi said the proposed fees for an out-of-town group are around $175 an hour without using the field’s lights and around $250 an hour with lights. The rates for in-town private groups are still being determined, but would only be to cover usage costs. School-related teams will not require any fees.

The committee will also give recommendations for financing future replacement of the fields in about eight to 10 years. Replacement could be anywhere between $800,000 and $1.3 million, Buemi said. First selectman Michael Freda said at a Board of Selectmen meeting that he was not worried about funding the replacement, as there are several possible options. He suggested proposing a capital plan of about $80,000 in each annual budget or seeking local capital improvement funds from the state. “I’m not concerned about this

Small business group endorses Yaccarino

at all,” Freda said at the Oct. 4 selectmen’s meeting. “We can do a number of different things.”

A leading advocacy group for small businesses has endorsed state Rep. David Yaccarino (who represents the 87th House District, serving residents of North Haven), for his efforts on behalf of job creators, signaling to its members that he should be sent back to the legislature to help promote Connecticut’s economic recovery.

Buemi said putting aside money in a capital plan budget each year would be the best option. She said it was not likely the field would generate enough revenue in usage fees to fund the replacement itself.

The Connecticut-based political action committee for the National Federation of Independent Business wrote, “You will be committed to the needs of thousands of Main Street small businesses and their employees in Connecticut when you are elected to serve in Hartford.” For more information about NFIB, visit www.nfib.com.

The two artificial turf fields were approved by the North Haven Middle School Building Committee in April of 2017, as part of the $69 million school renovation project approved by residents in 2014, the Record-Journal previously reported.

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Stephen King: The Art of Darkness – Wednesday, Oct. 17, 6:30 p.m. Lecture on life and career of King, presented by Stephen Spignesi. Registration is required. Leonard Bernstein: An American Treasure – Thursday, Oct. 18, 6:30 p.m. Lecture by Jeffrey Engel. Registration is required. On Saturday, Oct. 6, North Haven Garden Club member Cindy Golia brought over the remaining bricks from the Todd's Pond project and bricked around the flower garden that was planted in late spring at North Haven Middle School.

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10:30 p.m., ages 6 months to 3 ½ years. Music, dance, stories. Registration is required.

Evening Dance Party – Wednesday, Oct. 17, 5:45 p.m., ages 1 to 5, with adult. Registration is required.

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Pumpkin Patch Painting – Tuesday, Oct. 18, 6:30 p.m., ages 6 to 9. Bring you own 6to 8-inch pumpkin to decorate. Registration is required.

Costumes and Candy Crafts – Thursday, Oct. 25, 6:30 p.m., ages 6 to 10. Wear Halloween costume. Registration is required.

Sensory Playtime – Saturday, Oct. 20, 10:30 a.m., ages 4 to 14, on the Autism spectrum or those who enjoy sensory play. Hands-on stations. Quinnipiac University OT students plan to assist. Registration is required.

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Michael Tango HAMDEN Michael Tango, 60, of Branford, passed away peacefully on Monday, September 24, 2018, at the Connecticut Hospice, Branford, with his family by his side. He was the fiance of Carmelina Melotto. Michael was born in New Haven on May 31, 1958 and was the son of Margaret Laterzia Tango and the late John Tango, Sr. He had worked as a warehouse driver for various companies and was an avid New York Yankees fan. Brother of Rosemarie and Robert Tango, Dina Dunn (Miles) and the late John Tango, Jr. Brother-in-law of Pat Tango. Uncle of Casey Tango. Cousin of Rosemary Natale (Michael). His funeral procession will leave the North Haven Funeral Home, 36 Washington Avenue, Friday morning at 10:30. Family and friends may call from 8:30 to 10:30 am. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated in Our Lady of Pompeii Church, East Haven at 11:00. Interment will follow in St. Lawrence Cemetery, West Haven. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to Closer to Free fund, which jointly supports Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale New Haven and Yale Cancer Center. Make checks payable to Closer to Free Fund P.O. Box 1849, New Haven, CT 06508.

SPRING HILL, FL- Joan (Baker) Monroe, 78, beloved wife of George Monroe of Spring Hill Florida, formally of North Haven died September 25th, 2018. Loving mother of George (Diane) Monroe, Richard (Natalie) Monroe, Brian (Brenda) Monroe all of Wallingford, Terri (Mike) Desautels of Oakdale, Diane Monroe of West Des Moines, Iowa, and William (Theresa) Monroe of Pensacola, Florida. Loving grandmother of Jennifer Lubee, Tara Carroll, Rebecca Chanda, Kallee Topper, Lisa Owens, Robert Freeman, James Kerrigan, Charles, Ashley Newbold, Jonathan, Melissa, Kaitlin, Christopher, Ethan, Aubrey, Alexis, Jordan, Matthew Monroe and 18 great grandchildren. Sister of Walter (Joyce) Boresen of West Haven, Edward (Carol) Baker, Sr., of LaPorte, Texas, Barbara Balsamo of Meriden. Daughter of the late John

and Ruth Frabricius Baker and raised by the late Edward and Elizabeth Boresen. She was predeceased by her brothers Fred and John Baker and sister Judith Bombriant as well as grandson Corey Newbold. Joan leaves behind many nieces and nephews. Joan graduated from Hillhouse High School Class of 1958 and the Academy of Business Careers. She also loved square dancing and bowling.

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