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Volume 11, Number 29

Town and Board of Education finances to be combined By Crystal Maldonado The Plainville Citizen

Following a tumultuous vote at the Board of Education meeting two weeks ago regarding the combination of the town and BOE finance offices (which resulted in three Democratic members leaving the meeting), the town council voted to approve the merge.

At the July 9 council meeting, Republican council members voted in favor, while Democrats asked to postpone the decision, resulting in a 5-2 vote in favor. Council member Lee Toffey said combining the two finance boards will go a long way to creating transparency between council and BOE. Any savings that materializes because of the merge is

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a bonus, she said. Toffey explained an immediate vote on the BlumShapiro study would give the finance department time to adjust before the new school year begins. Christopher Wazorko, council member, said he had questions about the report that he wanted to have anSee Finances, page 6 Citizen photo by Nick Carroll

Phoenix Soil schedules Q&A ‘Stop the stack,’ residents say By Crystal Maldonado The Plainville Citizen By now, it would be hard to live in Plainville and not have heard of Phoenix Soil, the company slated to move into town and occupy the former Atlantic Pipe site. Phoenix Soil is a soil-recycling company that takes petroleum-soaked dirt and makes it clean fill, which the company then sells. Since news broke that the owner of the company, David Green, was trying to relocate the business from Waterbury to Plainville, the opposition has spread. “They sound very nice but Waterbury was eager to get rid of them and I wonder why,” said Annemarie Tanski at the July 9 council meeting.

The fifth annual General Electric/Petit Foundation Road Race, held July 15 in Plainville, drew a field of more than 3,000 runners and walkers – the highest turnout the event has seen. Pictured: Competitors set out on the 3.1-mile course Sunday morning. See page 17 for more.

Protest at Mizzy Construction ends early By Crystal Maldonado The Plainville Citizen Citizen photo by Crystal Maldonado

Signs protesting Phoenix Soil’s move have popped up all around town. Green will answer any questions residents have at a recently announced public information session Thursday, July 26, at 6 p.m. in the Plainville Library Auditorium, See Stack, page 7

Construction workers were set to protest July 11 at Mizzy Construction in regards to the company’s work practices, OHSA safety violations and prevailing wage laws. The demonstration at the East Street facility was scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon. However, the protest

dwindled around 10 a.m. after participants were told they could not park in the nearby apartment car lot, according to a Plainville police dispatcher. The protest comes after a large, anti-Mizzy Construction billboard was erected by the Connecticut Laborers’

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The Plainville Citizen — Thursday, July 19, 2012

Council waits to make charter revision decision By Crystal Maldonado The Plainville Citizen

At the July 9 council meeting, members decided to wait to make a decision regarding the final proposed charter. A lengthy public hearing on the matter preceeded the meeting, where most residents spent their five minutes at the podium opposing several of the changes. “We appreciate the chance for changes to the charter and I don’t have the answers,” said John Kisluk. “But we’re not happy. We want taxpayers to have more of a say in the final budget.” “There are significant problems with this charter,” said Kenneth Laska, an attorney in town who has served on previous charter revision commissions. Laska questioned the legality of several changes, including whether it would be sound for the town to combine the BOE and town council finance departments.

Several raised concerns over the change to the budget voting process, which would make the town budget and BOE budget separate entities and remove the third vote (if the budgets failed). Advisory questions would be changed from discretionary to mandatory. If either budget is rejected, the council will revise the rejected budget(s) “in accordance with the majority results from the advisory question,” the charter says. “I think voting separately on two budgets is a divisive thing,” Rosemary Morante said. “Please remember that the town council sees the Board of Education budget before it comes to the community.” Morante said voting on the budgets separately might lead to the town being viewed as unfriendly to education. “We’re one town, one group of people, one budget,” said Thomas Arcari a former charter commission

person. Robert Mercer questioned why the advisory question was made mandatory. Richard Ireland Jr. asked that the council consider revising the section on eminent domain, which states that private property valued at higher than $10,000 must be approved by five council members in addition to a majority vote at a town referendum. “I don’t think you want people to take away someone else’s property. It should be up to the town council,” Ireland said. The revised charter also states that any town council member has the power to make inquiries into “any and all departments, offices, boards, commissions and agencies of the Town, including the Board of Education, and shall have the right to request, inspect and review any such documents,” according to teh carter “That’s too much power to put in one person’s

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Town and Country Discount Liquor celebrated its grand reopening July 13, following a fire that demolished the store several years ago. The ribbon cutting ceremony included wine tasting and light fare.

er people.” Grandbois said he’d fight with anyone to see the revisions defeated. Other proposed changes to the charter remained unmentioned, including the establishment of the ethics commission and an increase to the number of emergency ordinances allowed per year. Above all, some residents asked the council not to rush their decision. “Take your time,” Don Hallin said. “Don’t put this through quickly and then you’re stuck with it for 10 years.”

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Calendar.................12 Marketplace............20 Faith .........................8 Letters ....................10 Obituaries.................9 Opinion...................10 Schools ..................15 Seniors ...................16 Sports.....................17

Here are The Plainville Citizen poll results from last week. We asked: How do you feel about all-day kindergarten for Fall 2012? Great idea. It’s been a long time coming. 61% Not sure just yet. We’ll see how it goes. 9% It’s good, but I’m opting to pick my child up midday. 0% I am disappointed in the idea and wish it wasn’t happening. 30% This week’s poll question asks: Are you feeling more comfortable knowing Phoenix Soil is holding an information session?

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hands,” Arcari said. “We elect a Board of Education to handle educational matters,” Morante said. Residents questioned why this change was necessary, citing a previous fall out between Republican council members Scott Saunders and Lee Toffey versus former Democratic BOE chairwoman Becky Tyrell. Was the change politically motivated, some asked. “I just hope we don’t turn this thing into Democrats versus Republicans,” said Lou Frangos. Residents spoke against a related change that would combine town and BOE finance departments, recommended by a $50,000 feasibility study done by BlumShapiro. “Everything about this was partisan. The charter revision commission was chosen by the Republicans; Democrats had no input,” said Andre Grandbois, former Plainville police officer and member of a previous charter revision commission. “You give me $50,000, I’ll give you a report that you’re going to love and it’s going to be everything that you want. It sounds like it’s everything you fine Republicans want and you don’t care about oth-

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J. Timothy’s announces new event eight minutes to eat as many J. Timothy’s buffalo dirt wings as they can. But there’s a twist - not all of the memJ. Timothy’s Taverne in Plainville has bers on the team need to eat fast. According to J. Timannounced a new othy’s website, each chicken wing-eating team will pick itscontest called “Wings fastest eater to be the for Wishes.” “Team Anchor.” The The competition other four members benefits the Make-Awill eat four wings as Wish foundation, a quickly as they can; non-profit organizathe Team Anchor then tion founded in the takes over and eats as United States that many wings as possigrants wishes to chilble with the remaining dren with life-threatentime. This is so that the ing medical conditions. event incorporates Teams that enter everyone, with only the “Wings for Wishes” Team Anchor needing will go through a series to be a speedy eater. of three “play-offs” Prizes will be given throughout August, out for Best Team with the winner of Name, Best Dressed each round heading to Team and Best Team the final competition Photo courtesy of J. Timothy’s Taverne Supporters; team supin September. A wild Competitors will eat J. Timothy’s porters will pay a fee to card team will also signature buffalo dirt wings. cheer their friends and make it to the finale. family on from the Open to everyone (kids included, professional eaters ex- sidelines. Registration opens July 23. A cluded), teams should be comprised of full schedule can be found online at five members. Competitors will have By Crystal Maldonado The Plainville Citizen

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The Bristol Auto Club LTD presents The Joe Huria Memorial Cruise Night Saturday, July 28, from 5-8:30 p.m. (Rain Date is Saturday Aug. 11.) The event takes place at The Bristol Farms Plaza, 1235 Farmington Ave., Bristol. In October 2011, longtime Bristol Auto Club Member Photo courtesy of Bristol Auto Club Joe Huria passed away. He left behind Funds will be collected for 4-yeara wife, children, old Nicholas, whose dad, Joe and a multitude of Huria, died last year. friends, relatives and co-workers from the Connecticut State Prison System where Joe was a Corrections Officer. The Bristol Auto Club is holding this Cruise Night to honor Joe, and raise money for his four year old son, Nicholas, to put in a trust for college. The event features a hula hoop contest for kids, music and food. For questions, call Reggie at (860) 583-2147 or visit

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All four wheels on the ground this time By Ruth S. Hummel Special to The Citizen

At the fantastic July 1 “Wings and Wheels” show at Robertson Airport, I was able to enjoy another adventure from my “wish list.” I spent a couple of hours giving people rides around the show in my “green turtle” golf cart. That whole area was just jam-packed with people, planes, displays, booths, helicopters. It was a very happy scene, everyone talking and laughing. Then I decided it was time to find Jim Splettstoest who was going to fulfill another of my wishes – a ride in a race car. The red and white number 87 is a 1937 Chevy (so it’s only seven years younger than I am and probably in a lot better shape!). There were almost 500 cars of all kinds and ages, but I finally found him in a shady spot. The main reason Jim had “won” the job of giving me a ride was that his was the

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Ruth Sharp Hummel (above with Christina Mercer) rode in a race car at the Wings and Wheels event, ticking one more item off of her wish list. She also spent part of the day riding around the event in her golf cart. only car that had doors that were not welded shut. This is done for safety reasons, in the rough and tumble world of racing. I certainly would never have been able to squeeze through one of the windows – OK, I said it! The Chevy, of course, had no muffler, that fact adding to the fun and excitement as



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was amazed at how many people recognized me. That Chevy could really “kick up her heels” and was of course gloriously noisy without its muffler – making my adventure even more fun. My list of adventures is getting short – any suggestions?

On Saturday, July 21, from 5 to 9 p.m., the Plainville Police Association will host the 11th Annual Plainville Police Association Wing Ding. This friendly competition between restaurants from Plainville benefits the Officer Robert M. Holcomb Memorial Scholarship Fund. Competing this year are J. Timothy’s, Slider’s Sports Bar, The Fire House Café, The Zen Bar, West Main Pizza, The Blue Plate café, The Capri Restaurant and Applebee’s Restaurant. The owners and staff of the restaurants come together every year to assist Plainville police in keeping the memory of Officer Robert Holcomb alive. Robert M. Holcomb was an ordinary man who performed an extraordinary task. He cared about the welfare of Plainville and his service to its people while in pursuit of an idea that inspires all honorable men. Holcomb was a police officer and, in defense of this cause, he gave his life. In the spirit of his endeavor, this event will keep his memory alive. Tickets are available at the door, for a fee.

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ride as we gained speed, Jim shoved the machine into second and we really took off. It was glorious, it was exciting. It was fun. We really sped to the end of the street, turned around and roared back again. We rode around some of the roads within the show, people waving and yelling. I

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he revved up the motor. We went with grinding of gears and very loud motor voices – what fun. We found our way to a nice flat open street that ran parallel to the airport. People were sitting in the shade on a grassy bank and waved and yelled as we roared by. A few minutes into the

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Fourteen staff members from both Jerome Home, 975 Corbin Ave., New Britain, and Southington Care Center, 45 Meriden Ave., Southington, graduated after completing a nine month End-of-Life Education Consortium Geriatric Training Program. The graduation ceremony at Jerome Home took place on June 11, and at Southington Care Center on June 21. The End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium Project is a national end-of-life educational program administered by City of Hope and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing. It is designed to enhance palliative care in longterm care facilities. The instructor for both groups was Ann Minor, RNBC, HN-BC, CHPN, Holistic Care Coordinator of Southington Care Center and Jerome Home. Minor is a HPNA Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Nurse and an ELNEC Geriatric Approved Educator. She also coordinates the Tranquill Passages program offered at Southing-

ton Care Center and assists in the Butterfly Passages program at Jerome Home. Tranquill Passages and Butterfly Passages provide holistic care that embraces the mind, body and spiritual needs of all involved in the last stages of life. The services available for residents and families through these programs include: holistic nursing staff, palliative care assessments and individualized plans of care, complementary therapies, spiritual care visits, bereavement support groups and memorial services to celebrate the lives of loved ones. For more information about Tranquill Passages and Butterfly Passages call Jerome Home at (860) 3568236 and Southington Care Center at (860) 378-1259 or visit us at www.jeromehome. com and Jerome Home and Southington Care Center offer skilled nursing and rehabilitation services and are not-for-profit members of Central Connecticut Senior Health Services.

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into Plainville. “We’ve grown to a 100-person operation and we’ve put on two additions,” Greenwald said. “We’re still growing. And these are good jobs for Connecticut.” The company almost left Plainville a few years back when there was concern that its lot on Corporate Avenue would not be able to accommodate the building’s latest expansion. But company

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swered prior to voting, although he did not have a problem with the finances being combined. “It’s not what I pictured,” said Wazorko, who emphasized that he was against the initial $50,000 feasibility study by BlumShapiro. “It seems like the consolidation is inevitable, but I’d like some answers,” he said. Council member Quinn Christopher agreed. “I want to wait to allow the public to get their questions answered, too,” she said. Vice Chairman Scott Saunders said he personally saw no reason to postpone. “It’s time to move on,” Councilman Dan Hurley said. The council made its decision after hearing concerns raised by residents at the same meeting. Lou Frangos asked if there would be a public hearing to discuss the BlumShapiro results. Pugliese said no, but that there had been a hearing prior to the study. Frangos attended that meeting and tried to ask questions, but was told only BOE members were allowed to do so, he said. Pugliese explained that the meeting was for BOE members, council

members and BlumShapiro only. Frangos said he was perplexed as to why council planned to vote on BlumShapiro at the meeting. “Why the rush?” he asked. Art Screen said the BlumShapiro study was created because of a grudge between Councilman Saunders and former BOE chairwoman Becky Tyrell. “It’s a personal vendetta against the BOE,” he said. Saunders said it’s not a vendetta, it’s about public information. Last year, the BOE returned 21 cents, while this year it’s estimated that the board will return $500,000 to the town, without cutting teachers or classes, he said. For a copy of the BlumShapiro study, visit

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Church of Our Savior

Events for Church of Our Savior, 115 W. Main St., Plainville, are as follows: scripture study, Tuesdays 12 p.m.; liturgy and lunch, Wednesdays, 12 p.m.; Food For Friends, Wednesdays, 3 to 6 p.m.; and Choir Rehearsal, Sundays, 9:15 a.m. Every Sunday morning at 10 a.m., COS worships in music, word and the Holy Communion. Following the service COS has coffee hour with refreshments and fellowship. On the second Sunday of each month COS offers the Sacrament of Healing and on the third Sunday of each

month there is a children’s sermon. Everyone is welcome us. For more information, call (860) 747-3109.

Special Mass Father Ed Nadolny will be celebrating a special Mass on Sunday, July 29, at 5 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church, Cottage Street, East Berlin for all Ukranian children who are currently being hosted and all children who have been adopted. All family members are invited to attend the 5 p.m. Mass and the picnic following the Mass. Anyone interested in hosting or adopting is more than welcome to come celebrate.For questions call (860) 828-0154.

Thrift shop The Congregational Church of Plainville Thrift Shop, 130 W. Main St., is open Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to noon. The thrift shop will be having a bag sale from Wednesday, July 18 to Saturday July 28. The shop will be closed from Wednesday, Aug. 1 to Saturday, Aug. 11 and reopens Wednesday, Aug. 15. For more information, call (860) 747-2418.

Feminist theology The Unitarian Universalist Church of Meriden, at 328 Paddock Ave., Meriden, is presenting a two session education curriculum in Feminist Theology open to the public on Thursday, July 19, from 7 to 9 p.m. The first two sessions are called, “Cakes for the Queen of Heaven; In Ancient Times.” To register and for more information call (203) 2379797 or visit

PUMC events The Plainville United Methodist Church, 56 Red Stone Hill has the following scheduled: Sunday worship time is at 10 a.m.; Tuesday Ladies meeting, Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m.; AA., each Sunday, Monday and Wednesday, at 7 p.m.; Al-Anon, Mondays, 7 p.m.; worship with Holy Communion, Sunday, Aug. 5 at 10 a.m.; American Red Cross blood drive hosted at the church, Tuesday, Aug. 15 from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. Call 1800-733-2767 or go to to make an appointment. Church school and all scout activities resumes in

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Don’t worry, be happy Photo by Donna Verrastro

Whenever Donna Verrastro drives to work at IMS Barter in Plainville, she looks up at the overpass near the center of town and sees a face looking down at her from the traffic light. Can you spot it? “It puts a smile on my face every day when I come to this green light,” she said.

September. For more information call the church at (860) 747-2328.

Food program The ongoing Food for Friends program is held at Church of Our Saviour, 115 W. Main St., on Wednesdays, from 5 to 6 p.m. Approximately 50 dinners are prepared and served by various volunteers of the Plainville Council of Churches. Much of the food is provided by Foodshare and anyone is welcome to attend.

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The Plainville Seventh-day Adventists Food Pantry is open to anyone in need of food or clothing. To make an appointment, call (860) 7475867 or (860) 642-3912.

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To learn more about the Bahai Faith in Plainville, contact Allissa Robinson at (732) 272-5689 or via e-mail at

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A tag sale is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 15, at Church of Our Saviour Episcopal, 115 W. Main St. High-quality donated items are tax deductible. The tag sale accepts functioning small appliances, knick-knacks, table linens, pots and pans and other items one might fund at a tag sale. No electronics. For information or to be on the committee, contact Deanna Tino, the tag sale’s chairperson for 2012, at (860) 7473362.

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Obituaries Jeffrey Quereux

Theresa Gratton and her husband, Shane and their children, Myra and Chelsae; her 8 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. In addition to her husbands, she was predeceased by her son-in-law, George Ezzo and her 13 siblings. The funeral services in celebration of Rita’s life will be held on Thursday, July 19, 2012, at 9 a.m. from Bailey Funeral Home, 48 Broad St., Plainville, followed by a Mass at 10 a.m. at Our Lady of Mercy Church. Committal services will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Rita may be remembered with contributions to the American Cancer Society, 825 Brook St. Bldg. 3, Rocky Hill, CT 06067. For directions and online expressions of sympathy, visit Rita’s tribute page at www.Bailey-Funeral

Canada; and several devoted nieces and nephews. Honoring his wishes, his family will celebrate his life privately. Bailey Funeral Home, Plainville was assisting with arrangements. He may be remembered with contributions to the Plainville Community Food Pantry, P.O. Box 233, Plainville, CT 06062. For online expressions of sympathy, visit

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Franklin Noble Franklin A. Noble, 90, of Plainville, died July 11, 2012, at Apple Rehab of Farmington Valley. Born in New Brunswick, Canada, he was the son of the late Leighton and Minnie (Estabrook) Noble. Raised in Canada, he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force, serving his coun-



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Rita (Ruel) Girardin Napert, 86, of Bristol, formerly of P l a i nv i l l e , died at her home, surrounded by her family, July 15, 2012. She was the wife of the late Clement Girardin and Arthur Napert. Rita was born in Lewiston, Maine on Nov. 28, 1925, one of 14 children to the late Francis and Clara (Ferland) Ruel. Raised in Maine, she moved to Connecticut shortly after her marriage to Clement, where they raised their family of eight and shared 38

try as a flight engineer. Shortly after his discharge, he moved to the United States, gaining citizenship in the 1950’s. He was a proud member and strong supporter of IBEW Local 90 Electricians Union, and moved to Plainville from Wallingford following his retirement. A hockey enthusiast, he played in his early years and enjoyed watching and attending games as he got older, and was a fan of the New York Yankees. “Uncle Frankie” as he was affectionately known to many, lived his life quietly and on his own terms, extending his generosity to those he loved, and leaves his family with many cherished memories. He is survived by his sister, Pauline Gallagher, of


Jeffrey David Quereux 42, of Plainville died July 12, 2012, at the Noch Lane Group Home in East Hartford. He was born March 21, 1970, in New Britain, a son of Veronica (Budris) Quereux and the late Robert L. Quereux. Jeff was a former member of P.A.R.C. Veronica would like to thank everyone who over the years has contributed to the development and happiness of Jeff. Thanks to his caregivers at Noch Lane for their dedication and care of Jeff, especially in the last few days of his life. Also thanks to Dr. Roy and Masonicare Hospice. Besides his mother, he is survived by his brother, Dale, aunts, Carol Lumberd and Eva Budris; and special friends, Pat and Bill Vibert; and many cousins and friends at Noch Lane. He was predeceased by his grandparents, Veronica and Bernard Budris and Leon and Gena Quereux. Funeral services for Jeff were held July 16, 2012, at the Bailey Funeral Home, 48 Broad St., Plainville. Burial followed in St. Joseph Cemetery in Plainville. For information or to leave words of condolence visit

years of marriage. She married Arthur in 1994, with whom she spent 17 years prior to his passing in 2011. Rita was a devoted mother and grandmother, who was happiest being surrounded by her adored family, or playing various games of cards. A woman of strong faith and spirituality, she will be greatly missed, leaving her family with many cherished memories of the wonderful times shared together. She is survived by her children and grandchildren to carry on her legacy of love, Patricia Ezzo, of Florida, and her children, Tina, Donald, Jason and Dana; Marc Girardin and his wife, Karen, of Bristol; Mariette Lewandoski and her husband, Bill, of Plantsville, and their children, Eric and his wife, Melissa, and KaSandra; Thomas GIrardin and his wife, Claire, of Michigan and their daughter, Melissa; Keith Girardin and his wife, Nora, of Bristol and their children, Keegan, Karen, and Jonathan; Grace Bleau and her husband, Robert Jr., of Plainville and their children, Heather and her husband, Mohammed, Nicole, and Christina; Clara Annunziata and her husband, Andrew Jr., and their children, Josh, Andrew III., and Dominic; and

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New motto for BOE?

To the editor: Mr. Frangos objects to the Democrat members of the Board of Education asking for time, beyond the four days they were given, to fully review the BlumShapiro report. He also objected to their seeking information from educational experts and towns who used shared services. Mr. Frangos wanted the Democrats to fall in line with the Republican chairwoman and “rush to judgement” by approving the BlumShapiro report surrendering the BOE’s financial controls to the town’s chief financial officer who reports to the town manager and not to the superintendent of schools. In business, asking for additional information before making a major deci-

sion is normally considered good idea. However, Mr. Frangos and Republican Chairwoman Saunders seem to fail to understand or respect that business practice. Based on my experience as a former town counclman, BOE member and town treasurer, I consider the BlumShapiro report to be without any merit. It does, however, do what the Republican dominated town council wants. It weakens the BOE and superintendent of schools control over education while increasing the power of the town manager, to whom the chief financial officer reports. Want to guess who hires, fires and gives raises to the town manager? After 30+ years in the corporate world, I know that consultant reports generally provide justifica-

tion for what the people who hired them wanted to do. Fact, BlumShapiro is hired by the Town Council. Fact, the Republican agenda of this Council wanted to weaken the BOE. Is anyone surprised that the BlumShapiro report gave the Republican dominated Town Council exactly what it wanted. The actions of Chairwoman Saunders and her Republican colleagues provides us with a new motto for the BOE:“Politics First, Kids Second.” Val E. Dumais Plainville

Resist the stack of greed To the editor: I’d like to direct this letter to Shirley Osle, assisSee Letters, next page

Government Meetings

Thursday, July 19 Economic Development Agency, Municipal Center, 7 p.m. Monday, July 23 Aviation Commission, Municipal Center, 7 p.m. Veterans Council, Municipal Center, 7 p.m. Monday, July 30 Veterans Council, Municipal Center, 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1 Inland Wetlands Commission, Municipal Center, 7:30 p.m. Insurance Commission, Municipal Center, 7 p.m.

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What’s not to love about summer? By Diana Carr Special to The Citizen I am crazy mad in love with summer. Always have been. As a kid, the main draw was no school, of course. But throughout the years, my love affair with this glorious season has never faltered. We’re still going strong, summer and me. The magic is still there. For starters, my tootsies are so happy to be naked again. Shoes and I have never gotten along. They seem determined to torment me, pinching this, chafing that, and they make no allowances whatsoever for the bunions and the hammertoes. Oh, but no sooner has winter retreated and the ground begun to thaw, than they are thrown, rather unceremoniously, into the back

of the closet, not to be heard from again until the trees are once again bare. And then there are the long days. Days that roll out before me, beckoning me to a life lived outside these four walls. And they always have their way with me. I start the day off, really, with the best of intentions. I will remain rooted at my computer, I say to myself. I will write, write, write, and peddle my stories to magazines and make bunches and bunches of money. But then I hear the siren’s call, and I am out the door, frolicking in the grass (yes, I really do frolic), listening to birds, smelling flowers. My spirit needs these days, withers on the vine without them. Winter’s confinement is hard on See Summer, next page

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the agenda or people’s desires.” Continued from page 7 Councilwoman Lee Toffey said this was exemplified in natures from around town to Southington, when town protest the company. members fought not to have Town Manager Robert E. VIP Boutique, an adult shop, Lee spoke at the July 9 counmove to Queen Street. cil meeting about the town’s “People fought very hard response to citizen concerns. for it not to come to town, but Phoenix Soil has submitit’s there,” Toffey said. “Once ted applications for both an the rules are in place, you Air Compliance Permit and a can’t change them midWaste Permit to the Depart- stream, as much as you may ment of Energy & Environ- like to.” mental Protection to operate David Green said he wants their business on the former Plainville to feel comfortable Atlantic Pipe property on having his company move to North Washington Street, he town. said. DEEP will also conduct He’s invited people to stop public hearings on both of by his Waterbury location (eithese permits. Those public ther announced or unanhearings have yet to be sched- nounced), taken phone calls uled. from concerned citizens If Phoenix Soil receives its (lasting up to 45 minutes) and permits from DEEP, a notice personally reached out to a of determination will be pub- few people in town. lished in the newspaper. Fol“This is not something lowing that, if 25 individuals they just have to have faith in say they are concerned by the – they can come down and business, the state can help kick the tires,” Green said. Plainville hold a public hearHe said he was even inviting. ed to attend a Citizen’s and But, he said, the Planning Property Home Owners Asand Zoning Committee does- sociation meeting, where he n’t allow businesses based on was prepared to discuss the people’s wants. company. “Planning and Zoning has Green said he was asked to no ability to say yes or no to a leave when he arrived. business, so long as it fits all “Everybody has a right to of the criteria set forth prior an opinion and I strongly to the application,” Lee said. support that. If somebody’s “Planning and Zoning can’t against me, that’s fine, that’s discriminate. As long as the their American right. I have business fits the rules, we no problem with that. I’m just can’t change the rules to fit trying to give them actual

facts,” he said. “If I do and they’re still against me, they’re against me and that’s fine, too.” So far, the only person to visit the Waterbury facility was Director of Planning and Economic Development Department Mark DeVoe, though Green said he’s more than happy to show anyone around his business. Phoenix Soil, which has been in business for 19 years, has a clean record, according to the DEEP, except for a $50,000 dust fine in 2010. The company has branches in Sydney, Australia and Budapest, Hungary, which Green said are right near houses. “It’s important for us to get the information out to the people of what we actually do versus what’s being said that we do,” said Green, who admitted it was difficult not to take the challenges personally. “This is a family business and we’re very active in,” he said. “We’re not dropping in every now and then – we make the decisions. This is our life.” To contact David Green or to schedule a tour, call (203) 759-0053. Phoenix Soil is currently located at 130 Freight St., Waterbury. Residents who have any questions regarding the Public Information Session can contact the Town Manager’s Office at (860) 7930221, ext. 201.

healthier community with the farmers market was destroyed in a second by who ever made this greedy tax dollar decision to offer Phoenix Soil a home here. I can’t figure out how Plainville can put a company that handles contaminated soil on a property surrounded by the Pequabuck River, a large nature pond, countless acres of natural wetlands, and especially the historic Farmington canal. Someone please pinch me to wake me from this nightmare. I love reading Ruth Hummel’s editorials on the rich history of Plainville and how hard our great great grandfathers worked to make Plainville a wonder-

ful place to live and raise a family. Ruth’s stories remind me why I stayed here for 47 years. I am not sure how she will fit a stack story into her mix. To Shirley Osle, please do what is right for Plainville. Some tax dollars, no matter how much is involved, is just not worth ruining what Plainville represents. The stack is not right for Plainville. Instead, maybe Plainville can turn this site into a community garden site and nature center. Now that’s continuing your work by making a healthier Plainville. Please don’t let the ‘Stack of Greed’ get you, too. Dave Garewski Plainville


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tant town manager for Plainville and board member for the farmers market. I see in The Plainville Citizen your farmers market that has been two years in the making was a great success. Congratulations! It is nice to see that you are involved with wanting a healthier community, as you stated in the paper. So I guess the only question for you as the assistant town manager (because the town manager is not listening) is why would you bring this company to downtown Plainville? It seems to me that two years of planning for a

Positive influences

Photo courtesy of Julie Matthews

Junior Girl Scout Troop 66081 – Kayla Buckley, Olivia Kaminski, Victoria Corriveau, Susan Sadecki, Kelsey Matthews, Gianna Solimeno, Avalon Borra – met with Susan Sadecki from the Main Street Community Foundation. Sadecki taught the girls about roles women can have in the future and how the Main Street Community Foundation helps Plainville community.

Summer Continued from page 10 me. But now, I’m loving the sun, and the green everywhere I look, and the blue sky. And knowing I can stay outside, if I want to, until nighttime makes a showing around 9:00. And I always want to. I love waking up to birds singing to each other. No matter what burdens, real or imagined, plagued me the night before as I lay down, they all dissipate when the morning serenade rolls around. I soon find myself as happy as those little songstresses. I can’t be sad when I am bathed in sunlight streaming through the window, and bird song. And then there’s the unmitigated joy of swirling around for hours in my above-ground pool, in my floaty chair that rivals a Lazy Boy recliner for comfort. I nestle into it and read and read. And watch the birds soaring overhead, and listen to the breeze sighing in the trees and try to see shapes in the clouds. But this is no idle pastime, no sirree. I am always sliding into the water for the ex-

press purpose of scooping out a butterfly or a dragonfly or a bee or a ladybug or those little winged beasties I have no name for, with my net. I don’t want to boast, but I have saved many lives. It’s an important job, this lifeguarding for the insect world. Another cherished pastime offered up by “those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer” (sing it, Fats Domino) is reading by my stream. I sprawl out on my chaise lounge, with my books and my tea, and I feel like I’m in paradise. It’s such a bucolic scene, with the woods that surround me, and the wildflowers and the birds and the bees and the butterflies and the dragonflies. The bees and I have come to an agreement; they’ll leave me alone and I’ll leave them alone. So far everyone has stuck to the agreement. Well, I’d like to continue this rhapsody — I haven’t even begun to tell you how much I love the beach — but there’s really no time. I’m headed out to my pool. How do you feel about summer? Send us your rants or raves! We may just run it as a column.



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Balloonists meet — The Connecticut Lighter Than Air Society meets at 7:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month at the Plainville Municipal Center. Information: Web site, email info@lighterthanair. org. Bingo — Veterans of Foreign Wars Madeley-Roberts Post 574 men hold open bingo every Thursday, at 6:30 p.m., at post headquarters, 7 Northwest Drive, at the corner of Route 10. The public is invited. Information: call Earl Carey at (860) 747-5400. Girl Scouts program -— Local Girl Scout leaders will host stories and reading theme crafts at 6 p.m., on Thursdays, July 19, 26 and

Aug. 2 and 9. The crafts will be based on the summer reading theme “Dream Big ... Read.” The program is recommended for ages 5 and up and registration is required. Guided nature walks — Guided nature walks on Thursdays starting at 9 a.m. will be held at Tomasso Nature Park, Granger Lane, off Route 177, Unionville Avenue, by Ruth Hummel and Sue Holcomb. Information: call (860) 747-0081. Knights of Columbus — The 4th Degree Knights of Columbus, Council 3544, meets at 7:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month at 55 Whiting St. Information: call Malcolm Soucie at (860) 7474039.



Farmers market — The Farmers Market of Plainville will be open for the season Fridays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in front of Plainville High School on East Street/Route 10. The market opens rain or shine, with ample parking and safe walking paths for customers. For more information, email or contact Linda Dezenzo, at the Plainville Housing Authority,

at (860) 747-5909 or (860) 7478519. Fife and Drum Corps — The Connecticut Patriots Senior Ancient Fife and Drum Corps meets Fridays, at 7 p.m., at the Middle School of Plainville, 150 Northwest Drive. Information: Phyllis Thompson, P.O. Box 243, Plainville, CT 06062 or call (860) 621-6090. Hip hop — The library and the Plainville Recreation Department are co-sponsoring Austin Dailey’s Hip Hop Breakdancing on Friday, July 20 at 2 p.m. at the bandshell in Norton Park. No registration necessary.



Wing ding — From 5 to 9 p.m., the Plainville Police Association will host the 11th Annual Plainville Police Association Wing Ding. This friendly competition between restaurants from Plainville benefits the Officer Robert M. Holcomb Memorial Scholarship Fund. Robert M. Holcomb cared about the welfare of Plainville and his service to its people while in pursuit of an idea that inspires all honorable men. Holcomb was a police officer and, in

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Open house — Mooreland Hill School, 166 Lincoln St., has scheduled an open house for prospective students of kindergarten through grade 5 for Monday, July 23 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Please RSVP at (860) 223-6428 or



Bingo — Veterans of Foreign Wars Madeley-Roberts Post 574 Women’s Auxiliary holds open bingo every Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m., at post headquarters, 7 Northwest Drive The public is invited. Information: call Earl Carey at (860) 747-5400. Dinner theater — The library will be having a dinner theater on Tuesday, July 24, at 6 p.m. Bring dinner and watch the show on the big screen in the cool auditorium. The movie will be a recently released DVD. No registration is necessary. Norton Park concert — Concerts at Norton Park will be held on Tuesdays at the park at 6:30 p.m., by the new band shell. Performing on July 24, Simply Swing/10 piece Swing Orchestra.

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Treat day — Dairy Queen hosts Miracle Treat Day Thursday, July 26, from 2-7 p.m. at its 81 East St. location. There will be face painting, a bounce house and a dunk tank at the kid-friendly event. All money raised benefits the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford.




Food for Friends — The Food for Friends free meal is served at Church of Our Saviour, 115 W. Main St., from 5 to 6:30 p.m., every Wednesday of the month. Historic center — Tours of the Plainville Historic Center, 29 Pierce St., are available Wednesdays and Saturdays, noon to 2:30 p.m.. Information: call the historic center, (860) 747-6577. Picnic story time — The library will have a picnic story time at 11:30 a.m. Bring a lunch and enjoy some stories while eating. The staff will provide the juice boxes. Story time will be weekly through Aug. 15.

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Campaign Notes

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Chris Murphy Chris Murphy continued his Getting to Work Tour at Ward Leonard Electric Company in Thomaston July 2, in Bridgeport July 6 and in New Haven July 9, where he met with business owners and workers to discuss ways to help spur job creation. New Haven leaders rallied behind Chris Murphy’s campaign for the U.S. Senate. Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, Mayor John DeStefano, members of the Board of Aldermen, members of the state delegation and members of the Democratic

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Cleo, whose new name is now Lady, was adopted by her new family, Sherry and Mike Minor, of Plainville. Cleo is a German shephard surrendered to the Plainville Dog Pound.

Town Committee stood beside Murphy July 2 to announce their support for Murphy. As of July 10, Chris Murphy’s campaign for U.S. Senate raised more than $1.2 million in the second fundraising quarter of 2012, bringing the campaign’s fundraising total to over $5.45 million. The campaign will report over $3.1 million cash on hand. Women for Murphy launched its roundtable series in West Hartford. Women for Murphy will be organizing a variety of events throughout the election.

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Betty Boukus Connecticut State Representative Betty Boukus welcomed Aurora D’Angona as her new constituent services representative and legislative assistant. Boukus and D’Angona will meet with constituents to discuss issues affecting the 22nd Assembly District in Plainville, New Britain and Bristol Aug. 8 from 6:30-8 p.m. in the lower level of the Plainville Public Library. State Representative Betty Boukus announced $2 million in state funding for renovations to Wheeler Clinic’s Northwest Village School was approved today by the State Bond Commission.

Republican First Selectman Richard Barlow of Canton, has formally endorsed Senator Andrew Roraback for the open congressional seat in Connecticut’s 5th district. After previously having given her support to Justin Bernier, State Senator Antonietta “Toni� Boucher today announced she is endorsing Andrew Roraback in his bid for Congress from the 5th District. State Senator Andrew Roraback released his filing July 11, the Mark Greento the FEC reporting his- berg for Congress campaign released “Dust.� The TV ad highlights Greenberg’s business experience and will run on cable and broadcast across the 5th Congressional District.

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School Briefs

Dean’s list

Recent graduates

Plainville residents that made the dean’s list for the spring semester are: Providence College, Providence, R.I. – Alyssa Martino. Endicott College, Beverly, Mass. – Andrew Robert Hamel, a sophomore majoring in criminal justice and is the son of Robert and Jo-ann Hamel, of Plainville.

The following Plainville residents graduated from: University of Hartford, West Hartford – Susan Oliveira, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Alex Bulger, a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Lisa Karwowski, summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Maryssa Tsolis, summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Kayla Verbitsky, magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in architectural engineering technology; Bridget Barzola, cum laude with a bachelor of fine arts in illustration; Shelby Apuzzo, master of music education; Michael Smith, master of business administration. University of Alaska Anchorage, Alaska - Kevin Halvorsen, graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage Class of 2012, bachelor of arts degree in psychology, cum laude. His parents are Glen and Susan Halvorsen.

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Voting for the Democratic and Republican primaries is from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, at all four polling districts.

Where to vote

There are four polling centers in the town of Plainville: Linden Street School, 69 Linden St.; Wheeler School, 15 Cleveland Memorial Drive; Toffolon School, 145 Northwest Drive; and Our Lady of Mercy, 19 S. Canal St. To find out where you should go to vote, visit


Summer Program from Monday, July 9, through Friday, Aug. 3, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. The program is open to all Plainville students entering grades 6 through 9 in September. There will be four one-week sessions and each day will consist of an academic, enrichment and recreation component. Bus transportation home is available for an additional fee. For questions regarding the program, or to obtain a registration packet, please contact Program Coordinator Kelli Wallace at wallacek@plain or (860) 7933250, ext.1608.

Photo courtesy of Nzinga’s Daughter

Nzinga’s Daughters performed July 17 at Norton Park as part of the recreation department’s summer concert series. Before the event, members of the group posed in front of the Parks and Recreation Department sign that lists the show. Nzinga’s Daughters perform again Saturday, July 28, in Hartford. For more information on the organization, visit the website at

Honor roll St. Paul Catholic High School, Bristol, has announced the Plainville residents who made the honor roll for the fourth quarter: Ninth grade first honors: Jung Hyun Hwang; second honors: Mekaela Fithian-Giantonio, Nadia Langer-Marshall; tenth grade second honors: Amy Urso; eleventh grade first honors: Taylor Rinheart; second honors: Darek Chrzanowski.

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To vote in the Tuesday, Aug. 14, primary, citizens must be registered with a party. The deadline to change from unaffiliated to Democrat or Republican is noon on Monday, Aug. 13. On Tuesday, July 31, the registrars of voters will hold a session from noon to 2 p.m. at the Municipal Center to give citizens an opportunity to register to vote. The deadline to register to vote is Monday, Aug. 13. The Municipal Center is open Monday to Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m. to noon. Registration forms can be found in the Town Clerk’s office. For more information, visit www.plain or call Jean Lombardo, Democrat, at (860) 7930221, Ext. 255, or Beth Gasparini, Republican, at (860) 793-0221, Ext. 256.

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Participants in programs at the Plainville Senior Center, 200 East St., must be 60 or older and be a resident of Plainville, or be a member of the senior citizens center, unless noted. All programs and events will be held at the senior citizens center, unless noted. For more information or to register, call the senior

center at (860) 747-5728.

Free groceries Foodshare delivers free food to low income individuals at the Plainville Housing Authority, 20 Stillwell Drive, Sunset Community Room, on Mondays at the new time of 11 to 11:30 a.m. Groceries are distributed every other Mon-

day. The next distribution will be July 23. This program is available to Plainville residents who are at least 62 years old or permanently disabled under the Social Security Act. People who are participating in the program for the first time must bring proof of age and residency. For more information, call the housing authority at (860) 747-5909.

Alzheimer’s support group Mulberry Gardens at Marian Heights Adult Day Cen-

The Plainville Citizen Thursday, July 19, 2012 ter, 314 Osgood Ave., New Britain, is offering a monthly support group for caregivers of those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. This group offers attendees an opportunity to talk with others and share advice on problem solving techniques and caregiving ideas. The Alzheimer’s Support Group meets each third Tuesday monthly 6 to 7 p.m. and next on Aug. 21. To reserve a space call (860) 357-4264.

is holding a Nike Reuse-A Sneaker Collection this year until July 27. Bring sneakers to the senior center (any brand) and deposit them into the recycling box. The sneakers will be sent to Nike, who then uses them to make running tracks, basketball and tennis courts, playgrounds, even synthetic turf fields, and sports’ surfaces of all types that can incorporate Nike Grind into their design.

The Plainville Recycling and Solid Waste Commission

The Plainville Community Fund is offering an opportunity to support the Plainville community through the first Bountiful Basket Competition. Groups are asked to put together a “Theme Basket” to be raffled off at the third annual “Plainville Community Fun(d) Day” at Robertson Airport on Saturday, Sept. 22. Attendees at the FUNd Day will be will be judging the baskets and there will be blue ribbons for the first, second and third place winners. The senior center is going to participate by putting together a “Rainy Day Fund” basket. The senior center is asking for members’ help. Bring donations to the front desk.

Bountiful basket Sneaker recycling competition

Donors needed United Way believes that the first day of school is an important event in a child’s life that is often overlooked. They began the Adopt–A–Child Back to School Program in 1999, helping 30 children. It has continued this program each year and it has grown dramatically, with over 400 children served last year alone. This year, the number of children signed up is 482. United Way is currently in the process of recruiting donors for its program this year. Members of the organization are hoping that the generous spirit of our local residents will extend to the many needy children in the area as they make their way back to school in the fall. The future of many of these children depends on their performance in school and United Way wants to ensure that all children are on a level playing field. If you or your company wants to take part in this valuable program and help a child in need, please call Beverly at United Way (860) 582-9559. You will be asked to provide a first day of school outfit for a child, along with a backpack filled with school supplies. United Way will provide you with a child’s first name, sex, clothing sizes, and favorite colors to help you in purchasing your gift. Donations can be dropped off to United Way on either Aug. 7, 8 or 9, so that they can distribute the gifts before the first day of school.

Billiards winners

The billiards winners at the Plainville Senior Center were: May 24: first, Joe St. Pierre, Joe Troy; second, Curt Graves, Carmel St. Pierre; May 31: first, Mitch Ziolkowski, Bobby Hull; second, Curt Graves, Wilson Belanger; June 7: first, Mitch Ziolkowski, Bob Hull; first, Joe St. Pierre, Joe Troy; June 14: first, Joe Palumbo, Roger Bosworth; second, Joe Giannattasio, Bob Hull.

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Fifth annual GE/Petit race draws record crowd By Nick Carroll The Plainville Citizen The fifth annual General Electric 5K Road Race benefitting the Petit Family Foundation, held Sunday in Plainville, had a different feel than did the previous four installments; a more celebratory, lighter feel. Perhaps it was that the two men responsible for the deaths of Jennifer, Hayley and Michaela Petit

now sit on death row. Or it may be that Dr. William Petit, the lone survivor of the Cheshire home invasion, has found love again, and is engaged to be married. For whatever reason, the vibe surrounding the 2012 GE/Petit race was a joyous one, and Dr. Petit had a spring in his step. Addressing the more than 3,000 runners and walkers before they set out on the 3.1-mile challenge July 15,

Citizen photos by Nick Carroll

Stephen Pretak of New London, top, left, appears to be walking on air as he approaches the finish line at the fifth annual General Electric 5K Road Race, held Sunday morning in Plainville. Pretak bested his competition that morning and set a course record in the process. More than 3,000 runners and walkers set out on the 3.1-mile course, the largest field yet for the event. The race benefits the Petit Family Foundation.

Dr. Petit said: “I really just want to thank everyone for being here today. This is the biggest crowd ever. I want to let you know that you’re all part of the foundation, just by being here. You showed up to support the community and your fellow man.” One of Plainville’s favorite sons, the New England Patriots’ Niko Koutouvides also spoke to the participants. “Long distance isn’t my thing. I’m usually short and sweet,” the twotime Super Bowl participant said, to laughs. “But today I’m going to give it a go. I don’t know when I’m going to finish, but for all the runners; I’ll see you at the finish line.” New London’s Stephen Pretak bested the field that hazy morning. He navigated the course in a record time of 15:27, out-doing the runner-

up, Terryville’s Nico Greco, by six seconds. Jon Krell of Farmington rounded out the top three (15:56). Andrew Rottier was the first Plainville resident to finish. The PHS student was 11th with a time of 16:52. Complete race results are posted at Terry Putaski of Bristol has run the GE 5K every year. He said one thing brings him back: Dr. Petit. “It’s a tragic event that happened to him, and in a small way I wanted to show support every year, to let him know that he’s not forgotten,” Putaski said, adding: “I’m very happy that he has found somebody. It looks like they’re going to get married this year, and I’ll tell you, I couldn’t be

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First-round NBA draft pick Drummond once battled Blue Devils Marc Wesoly said, referring to Drummond. “But seeing him in person you could tell he was going to be something special.” Drummond, who would go on to play one season for the University of Connecticut, was selected by the Detroit Pistons with the ninth pick in the NBA Draft, June 28. Last week, Detroit signed the soon to be 19-year-old to a multi-year contract. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but, obviously, Drummond is now a very wealthy young man. Hartford’s Capital Prep got the best of Plainville at the Rybczyk tournament both years Drummond was on hand. In the 2007 tournament consolation game, the Blue Devils opened a big lead over Capital Prep only to see their sizeable advantage dis-

By Nick Carroll The Plainville Citizen

Members of the 2007 and 2008 Plainville High School boys basketball teams certainly have a good story to share with their future grandkids. After all, not a lot of guys can say they ran the court with a NBA firstround draft pick. In ’07 and ‘08, the Capital Prep hoop team – featuring the nearly 7-foot Andre Drummond – rolled into PHS’s Ivan Wood Gymnasium for the David T. Rybczyk Memorial Tournament. “I remember hearing about him his freshman year and hearing that he was going to Middletown. I was mad because we would have to play him twice. Then I heard he was going to go to Capital Prep, and we had to play him once,” PHS coach



Former University of Connecticut basketball player Andre Drummond, pictured, was drafted by the Detroit Pistons in the first round of the 2012 NBA Draft. While at Hartford’s Capital Prep, Drummond twice played against Plainville High School. appear. Capital Prep would prevail, 64-57. Drummond, then a freshman, recorded a triple-double, including 12 points. In 2008, Plainville and Capital Prep met up in the Rybczyk tournament title game. This time, there was little in the way of drama; Capital Prep rolled, 70-42. Drummond, once again, had a triple-double, which included 18 rebounds. Marc Wesoly spoke with Drummond last season at a UConn practice. The coach said the big man remembered those Rybczyk tournament games. In fact, Drummond recalled Plainville used the “Hack-a-Shaq” technique on him, meaning instead of letting Drummond get easy buckets in the paint,

the Blue Devils would foul him, and force him to earn his points from the free throw line. “Seeing him from his


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Young spikers

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The future of the Plainville High School volleyball program may be bright. This past spring, local players in grades five through eight worked on their volleyball skills once a week in a recreation league. The participants are pictured.

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since its inception. He mans a tent where water, orange juice and bananas are distributed. “It’s a great cause for a great family,” said Oberhausen, a GE employee. “Since its inaugural year it has really grown to be one of the best races in the area. It brings out a lot of the community, and beyond the community as well.” All proceeds from the GE/Petit race go to the Petit Family Foundation, which honors the memories of the Petit women by benefiting causes close to their heart. “July 23 will be the fifth anniversary of a very tragic event when we lost Jennifer, Hayley and Michaela,” Dr. Petit said in his pre-race comments. “I know they’re looking down upon you and thankful for everything you all do.”


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203-238-3499 2ND GENERATION Buys anything Napier. Costume jewelry, old pocket watches & clocks, collectibles. One item to entire estates. 203 639-1002

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 MERIDEN - 1 BEDROOM Kitchen, Living Room. $650 per month plus utilities. Call 203-980-6184 MERIDEN -2BR, 2nd Floor Refinished hardwood floors, Nice yard. Grove St. $775 + utilities. Section 8 approved. 203-265-4664 MERIDEN -WALLINGFORD LINE Large 2 BR Luxury Condo. Laundry. No pets. $950 + utilities Call 203-245-9493 MERIDEN 1 BR Apartments $750 - $800 + Security Freshly painted. New Carpets. Secure bldg. W & D avail. Ample parking. No pets. 203-376-1259 MERIDEN 1 BR Off-street parking. Wall to Wall carpets, appls, $785 Per Month. Heat & HW included. No pets. Sec & refs required. Call 203-238-7133 MERIDEN 1 BR, 1st Fl. Stove & Refrig. Off street parking. No pets. No smoking. 1 mo sec & refs. $745 per mo. Call (203) 237-9074 MERIDEN 1, 2 & 3 BRs starting at $620. Sec & refs a must. Off st parking. No dogs. Section 8 approved. Call 203-935-6612 or 203-537-6137

MERIDEN 1023 Old Colony Rd.

1 & 2 BR Available Starting at $650 Heat & HW incl. Off St. Parking. 203-886-7016


WALLINGFORD. Lge 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath condo, full bsmt with laundry hookup, includes heat. $1400/mo. (203) 671-9309


Flanders West Apts

MERIDEN 2 or 3 BR, 2nd Floor 1 or 2 BR, 3rd Fl. Remodeled, Lg Rms. Beautiful porches. Appls. WD Hkup. Off-st parking Sec 8 Appr. No pets. 203 379-7817 MERIDEN Cook Avenue 1 BR. 2nd fl. Renovated. New paint. $775 includes heat, hot water and electric. (203) 265-4664 MERIDEN Cottage Street Unique! 2 Floors, 2 Bedrooms. Off Street Parking. No pets. $1000/month. Security. Call 203 715-5488 MERIDEN- West side, 1 BR, 2nd FL. Includes Heat, HW & Elec. Oak Flooring. Very Clean! $860/ mo+sec 203-630-3823 12pm8pm or


Studio & 1 Bedroom Apts Affordable Housing for qualified applicants 50 yrs of age or older. Amenities Include: Computer Learning Center, TV/ Games Lounge, Laundry Facilities, Off Street Parking, Free Bus Service to local shopping ctrs. On site: Resident Serv. Coord. Small Pets Accepted Please call 860-621-3954 for information. TTY: 711

APARTMENTS FOR RENT MERIDEN. Efficiency, $600/mo. 1 mos security. Avail now. 203903-6413 or 203-376-6566 MERIDEN/Wlfd area. Unique 5 spacious rooms, must see. Immac, priv porch, 2 car off st. No pets. W&D included. Storage, quiet area. 203-686-0818 PLAINVILLE XL STUDIO APARTMENT Applianced kitchen. A/C, On Site Parking, Balcony. Starting at $635/mo. Call CPI 860-225-1570 SUMMER SPECIAL MERIDEN- 1BR - $750/month. Heat, Hot Water, Electric included. Private balcony. 1 month free rent. Ask for details. Call for info 203-639-4868 WALFD 2 Bed, 2nd FL, Glass Porch, Appliances, WD hookup. Storage. Off st parking. No Pets. Very clean. Dead end st. Owner /Agent. $850. 203-269-7348 WALLINGFORD - 1 BR , 1st FL 5 Rooms. All appliances. Garage. No pets. Security. $1050. 203-269-0428 WALLINGFORD 1 Bedroom $695 & $750 Judd Square. Central Air. No pets. $740 Call (203) 265-3718 WALLINGFORD 1BR Furnished. Private deck. Off street parking. Heat & Hot Water Included $825 + 1 month security 203 626-5786 or 203-980-1441 WALLINGFORD 2 BR Townhouse on dead-end st. Large LR. Kit with private covered deck. Garage & Laundry Rm under. $1150 + sec dep. 203 605-6678 WALLINGFORD Choate Area Quiet 1 BR, 3rd Floor. Appliances. $675/month. 2 Months Security and lease. No smoking. No pets. (203) 269-9642 WALLINGFORD Cute 2 BR Townhouse, end unit. Full bsmnt. WD hookup. Private entrance. Off street parking. Walk to school. $875/mo 2 mos sec + application fee. No pets. 203-284-0597

MERIDEN 2 BR Ground floor apt w/large kitchen. WD hookup in apt. No utils, pets or smoking. 1 year lease. Credit ck & refs required. Security & 1st month’s rent. $750. 203-608-8348



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MERIDEN-1BR, 3Rms, 1st fl, newly redecorated, W/D, porch & appls. Spacious & very clean! Just move in. No pets. $700 + sec. Call 203-235-5353. MERIDEN-3BR apts. 1st & 2nd flrs. Hdwd flrs. $950 & up. No pets. Utils not incld. Section 8 approved. Call 860-983-6336 MERIDEN. 3 BR, 1st flr, freshly painted. stove, refrig, off st parking, private porch, private laundry rm with w/d hookups. $975/mo. (203) 687-2032

WALLINGFORD SILVER POND APTS Community for Seniors 62+. Efficiency Apts. $700. Heat, hot water & electric included. Ask us about 1 month or more free. 203-265-2147. WALLINGFORD- 2BR, 1st fl, MUST SEE! 5 rooms, bathroom EIK, HW fl, 2 porches, w/d hkup, off-st park. Heat, HW & trash pickup incl. $1300. 203-464-1847 WALLINGFORD. 1 BR, 2nd flr, clean & cheerful, w/d hookup, off st parking, walking distance to downtown. No pets, no smoking. $800 + sec. Call (203) 265-1070 WALLINGFORD. Intown location, 2 BRs, 2nd flr, private entrance. $825/mo. Call 203269-9585. YALESVILLE 1 BR, 1st Floor Appliances included. No pets. $600 per month + security. (203) 284-9100 Mon-Fri 8am-4pm.

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


The Plainville Citizen — Thursday, July 19, 2012 HELP WANTED

WALLINGFORD Garage- North Main St. Close to center of town. Good area. $100/month. Sec. dep. req’d. Available now. 203-269-1426.

Advertising Sales Representative

WALLINGFORD Garages/Storage Units. Gated Property. Various sizes available. Please call for pricing. 203-430-6078.

Record-Journal Publishing Company’s Classified Department is seeking an Advertising Sales Representative who is ready to achieve success. Your responsibilities will include taking classified ads and making outbound sales calls.


WALLINGFORD- $155,000. 2 BR, 1 bath, newer appliances, large LR, eat in country kitchen, end of a cul-de-sac, level back yard, alternative to condo living. Call Al Criscuolo 203-265-5618

The successful candidate must possess a reliable vehicle, good oral and written communication skills, type at least 45wpm, be well organized, and have excellent follow-through skills. Telemarketing experience is preferred, but we will train the right candidate. Please email resume to: kboath@


Assisted Living Certified Nurses Aide Per Diem State of the Art, accredited Continuing Care Retirement Community offering a constellation of services to the elderly. Responsible, dependable, & able to work well independently. Safe & attractive environment! Previous experience a plus. Certification required from approved programs. Positions available immediately! Possibility of becoming part time. Elim Park Baptist Home, 140 Cook Hill Road, Cheshire, CT 06410. Apply weekdays 8:00a- 7:00p weekends 10a – 3pEOE, A/A, M/F, D/V


Business Development Sales Representative The Record-Journal is looking for an energetic, creative, forward thinking individual to work full time to help develop print & digital advertising. MERIDEN Great cape featuring 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, living room plus full bath, and a half finished basement with a bat gar under all for $149,900 Call for details Sue Farone or Sil Sala 203-265-5618

You will provide: *Demonstrated sales experience with a history of attaining goals *Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously while being mindful of making revenue goals for each *Ability to converse with advertisers about both digital and print-based advertising campaigns We will provide: *Team Atmosphere with members working towards common goals *Opportunity for growth *Competitive compensation package & benefits.

MERIDEN. $70,000 Great opportunity to own 3 family with traditional floor plan & character. 3.3.2 with off street parking & laundry hook up. Call Sue 203-265-5618

If the opportunity to be a leader in our successful, community-minded organization excites you, forward your resume to: Attn: Kim Boath New Media Sales Position 11 Crown Street Meriden CT 06450 or email: kboath@

It's all here! MERIDEN 26 Ione Dr. 3 bed., 2 baths. RR. Updated kitchen. Fully applianced. Finished basement. C/A. deck, flat lot, nicely landscaped. Move-in condition. $210,000 203-630-1285

Marketplace Ads (203) 238-1953

Central Connecticut Senior Health Services is seeking a full-time Director of Rehabilitation and Specialized Program Development who is fully dedicated to quality outcomes. The Director oversees the sub-acute and short-term rehabilitation team at Southington Care Center, an award-winning skilled nursing and short-term rehab facility. In addition to operational oversight, this role is responsible for building new programs for disease management, traditional and alternative therapies, outpatient services and systems to support these initiatives. Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in PT, OT or a related field; 3-5 years management experience and strong knowledge of RUGS and outpatient reimbursement systems. Please send resume and letter of interest to Gale Mayeran HR Director at Central CT Senior Health Services 45 Meriden Avenue Southington, CT or by e-mail to

ATTIC & BASEMENTS CLEANED GARY Wodatch Debris removal of any kind. Homeowner’s, contractor’s, small dumpsters avail. Quick, courteous srv. All calls returned. Ins. #566326. Office 203-235-7723/Cell 860-558-5430 GARY Wodatch Demolition Svs Sheds, pools, decks, garages. Quick, courteous srv. All calls returned. Ins. #566326. Office 203-235-7723/Cell 860-558-5430


MR. HANDY Home Improvement & Repairs. No Job Too Small. CT Reg #624078 Call Larry (860) 877-5678 REPAIRS Large or Small. Stairs, railing, interior, exterior, entry door & window replacement done by owner. Also provide addition, finish bsmnt, decks & complete home improvements. Free est. 203-238-1449 #578107

ELDERLY CARE RESPONSIBLE, RELIABLE POLISH WOMAN will care for the elderly in their home. Experienced for more than 10 yrs caring for people with spinal cord injury, Alzheimer’s, heart disease. Excellent references. Flexible hours. 860-803-2161


203-237-0350 CT Reg. #516790

DRIVER P/T for Senior Center Mini Bus. Must have current CDL. Applications now being accepted. Wallingford Senior Center 238 Washington Street 203-265-7753

Cornerstone Fence & Ornamental Gates. All types of fence. Res/Comm. AFA Cert. Ins’d. Call John Uvino 203237-GATE. CT Reg #601060

DRIVERS. Recession proof. No layoffs. New Pay Package & Awesome Benefit’s Sign On Bonus. Newer Trucks. Local/ Regional. CDL-A, 3yrs Exp. 800397-1813

EL GUAPO’S JUNK REMOVAL Small Electrical Jobs Welcome CT #E10194715. Insured 203-440-0239 or 860-324-0874

C&M CONSTRUCTION *THE DECK SPECIALIST* 10% OFF 203-630-6459 CT Reg #608488 Chloe’s Home Solutions, LLC No gimmicks. Just absolute low prices. High quality workmanship. Roofing, siding, decks & more. LIC #631419 & Ins. Credit cards accepted. 203-631-2991

CUSTOM DECKS for your family Also do Roofing, Siding & Gutters Accepting all credit cards CT Reg #621315 (203) 675-8084

ALL PRO ELECTRICAL SERVICES Electrical installation & repair. No job too small. Fully Lic & insured. Call 860-345-4545.

T.E.C. Electrical Svc LLC All Phases of Electrical Work 24 hr. Emergency Service



LANDSCAPING BILL RUDOLPH LANDSCAPING Landscape Design & Renovations, Retaining Walls, Walkways, Patios, Drainage & Backhoe Work. In Business 40 Yrs. Free Est, Reasonable Rates. Lic #563661. Call 203-237-9577. CROSS ROADS SERVICES Hedge trimming, mulch, small dumpsters. Lic. CT#553037 Mike (203) 627-8750 GARY Wodatch Landscape Svs. Hedge/tree trim., trimming over grown properties. Est 1985. All calls returned. #0620397. Office 203-235-7723 cell 860-558-5430 HEDGE TRIMMING RICK’S AFFORDABLE CleanUps, Mulch, Brush, Pricker & Small Tree Removal. Trim Hedges. Clean Gutters & Powerwash. Top Soil/Seed . Junk Removal. 203-530-4447




HAVE DUMP TRUCK- Will carry out junk, debris, furniture, appliances, etc. We Take It All! Free Estimates. Call Ed.

Over 25 years experience. Call today for free estimates. Call 203-440-3535 Ct. Reg. #578887

A-1 HANDYMANPLUS CT Reg #606277. Give us a Call - WE DO IT ALL! Free estimates. 203-631-1325 MR. HANDY Home Improvement & Repairs. No Job Too Small. CT Reg #624078 Call Larry (860) 877-5678


DO NOT Freeze this WINTER! Call Duane Plumbing, heating & cooling. Annual furnace & boiler tune-ups & cleanings. Quality work. Major credit cards. Low rates. Call 203379-8944 #400335-S1

Brush, Branches, Leaves, winter mess...Make your yard shine!!


JT’S LANDSCAPING, LLC Top Quality Work. Full Lawn Maintenance. Pruning, hedge trimming. Free est today! Lic & ins. 203-213-6528 #616311 JUNK REMOVAL & MORE! We remove Furniture, Appliances, And Entire contents of: Homes*Sheds* Estates* Attics, Basements *Garages, & more. **Spring Yard Clean-ups.** Call for a Free Estimate 203-535-9817 or 860-575-8218

Pete In The Pickup Junk Removal No Job too Big/Small We Do it All 203-886-5110

KITCHEN & BATH REMODELING Give Your Bathroom A New Look! Partials or full, handicap upgrades, convert tubs into shower units. 1-800-890-8638

HOME IMPROVEMENTS ALBERTS HOME REPAIRS Remodeling, Windows, Doors, Siding, Decks, Floors Lic & ins #623837 203-592-1148


Appl’s, Furniture, Junk, Debris, etc WE CAN REMOVE ANYTHING Entire house to 1 item removed! CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES 203-535-9817 or 860-575-8218

For gutter cleaning, Call Kevin at (203) 440-3279 Fully insured. CT Reg. #569127


ELECTRICAL SERVICE DRIVER/WAREHOUSE Position open at Meriden Feed. Heavy lifting, experience w/standard 20 foot box trucks & good driving record a must. 40 hrs/wk, $10/hr. Benefits. Call Charlie 203-237-4414 for appointment



HANDYPERSONS DRIVER Experienced Reefer Drivers & Independent Contractors needed for Regional Positions. Top of the line equipment and plenty of freight. Call Today! 877-491-1112 or

POLISH/ENGLISH speaking woman to clean house w/care. 3rd cleaning 50% off. Ins & bonded. Refs. 860-538-4885 YOUR Home will be sparkling clean. Free estimates. Good references. Ins. More than 10 yrs exp. (203) 802-1551

GRADING, Drainage, Foundations, Trucking, Retaining Walls, Pavers, Water/Sewer/Septic. Lic. #1682. Cariati Developers, Inc. 203-238-9846 MC/Visa Accepted

Seamless Gutters Custom Gutter Covers Life no clog warranty Comm & Resid 1-800-890-8638 Siding, Roofing, Windows, Decks, Sunrms, Additions


Siding, Roofing, Windows, Decks, Sunrms, Additions

203-237-0350 CT Reg. #516790

NJR Landscaping. Mowing grass, start at $35. Call Rafal (860) 719-5448, please leave message. TREE PROBLEMS? Broken limbs, hangers, we specialize in difficult takedowns. Professional climbers, Fully licensed & Ins. Call for your free quote. Ask for Jimmy. Accelerated Landscaping, Inc. Celebrating our 25th Yr in business. Veteran & Senior discounts. Calll 860-982-4819. WE WEED GARDENS NORM THE GARDENER (203) 265-1460 YARD Clean Ups Mowing, hedge trimming, brush, shrub & tree removal. Dump Runs. Junk Removal. Don 203-235-1318

MASONRY JIMMY’S MASONRY Stonewalls, steps, patios, chimneys, all types. Lic. & Ins’d. 27 yrs exp. Call for free est. 860-2744893 CT. Reg. #604498 MARIO’S Masonry. All types of masonry and repair work. No job too small. Over 20 years exp. Fully lic & ins. 0614297. 203-565-5904 or 203-271-7917


Thursday, July 19, 2012 — The Plainville Citizen HELP WANTED



MNA SERVICES CHIMNEY and MASONRY work. Repair, relining & const. Waterproofing. Inspections. Fully ins. & lic. #0674024. FREE estimates. SENIOR DISCOUNTS. (203)714-7143 Or Cell (203)600-9439 O & E Masonry. Chimney repair, brick, stone, pavers, etc. Locally owned & operated. CT Reg #0611774. (203) 802-0446 PAUL’S MASONRY New & Repairs. Stone walls, arches, chimneys, sidewalks, fireplaces. Free est. #614863. 203-706-9281 W. BOOBER MASONRY 25 yrs exp in all types of masonry CT Reg # 0626708 Call 203-235-4139

PAINTING/ WALLPAPERING A+ PAINTING - Professional, quality work. Low rates. Free estimates. No job too small. Anthony 203-814-7661 CT631687 L & E PAINTING. Professional and Affordable. Lic & ins. Call Trevor 203-938-3789. CT Reg #623250. PAINTING SPECIALS Starting Ext House $599. Powerwashing $199. Decks Stained $299 Apts $299, Popcorn Ceilings $119. 203-824-0446. Lic 569864



POWER WASHING Is Spring Cleaning


DO NOT Flush money down the drain, call Duane Plumbing, heating. Quality work, low rates Major credit cards accptd. 203379-8944 lic. #283401 P1

POWERWASHING Houses, decks, fences. Local co., satisfaction guar. Insured. Olsen Oil & Power Washing 203-272-2699 POWERWASHING, gutter cleaning & yard maintenance. Reasonable rates. Call Doug 860621-7602 and 860-919-1519

ROOFING, Siding, Decks, Gutters Lifetime Warranties Available Accepting all credit cards. CT Reg #621315 (203) 675-8084

Siding, Roofing, Windows, Decks, Remodeling Gutters CT Reg#570192

(203) 639-1634

Others Wash - We Clean! A Pressureless Wash Gutter black lines & Streaks Green Mold, Black Mildew. Dirt, Grease & Grime

GONE! 203-631-3777 860-839-1000

Roofing, Siding, Windows, Decks, Remodeling Gutters CT Reg#570192

(203) 639-1634


Gonzalez Construction ★★★★★★★★ Roofing, siding, windows, decks, gutters & remodeling. ★★★★★★★★

203-639-0032 joe@ Fully license/insured. Reg #HIC577319

Siding, Roofing, Windows, Decks, Sunrms, Additions CT Reg. #516790


BEAUTIFUL FARM FRESH Screened Top Soil. Fill, Sand & Stone, Mulch. Picked up or delivered. No minimum. Cariati Developers, Inc. 203-238-9846

HAZELWOOD EXCAVATING Dry farm screened topsoil.

203-269-0135 Cornerstone Fence & Ornamental Gates. All types of fence. Res/Comm. AFA Cert. Ins’d. Call John Uvino 203237-GATE. CT Reg #601060

T.E.C. Electrical Svc LLC All Phases of Electrical Work 24 hr. Emergency Service

TREE SERVICES GARY WODATCH LLC Tree Removal, All calls returned Reg #0620397. Quick courteous service. Office 203-235-7723 or Cell 860-558-5430


203-237-2122 SIDING

Gonzalez Construction Roofing, siding, windows, decks, gutters & remodeling.

203-639-0032 Fully Lic & Ins Reg #577319

POWER WASHING ROOFING, SIDING WINDOWS AND MORE Free Estimates/Fully Insured Reg #604200/Member BBB 860-645-8899

J. HALL CONSTRUCTION Roofing, Siding, Decks, Windows, Remodeling, Additions. No Job Too Small Fully Licensed And Insured Contact Jeremy 203-537-2534 Reg#0575625

203-237-0350 TOP SOIL SAND & FILL

203-237-0350 Chloe’s Home Solutions, LLC No gimmicks. Just absolute low prices. High quality workmanship. Roofing, siding, decks & more. LIC #631419 & Ins. Credit cards accepted. 203-631-2991

Siding, Roofing, Windows, Decks, Sunrms, Additions CT Reg. #516790


Requirements include experience as a community reporter and the following: management and editing skills; strong organizational skills; ability to identify and create new content for the paper and website; along with willingness to interact with the community, market The Berlin Citizen and become the local face of the newspaper and website. This is a 32-hour a week position.

The Powerwashing Kings

MEDINA Sewer & Drain Cleaning Services LLC Quality work at affordable prices. 24hr Service. Benny Medina 203-909-1099

HOUSEWASH/Pressure Washing Deck Restoration & Refinishing Lic, Ins. Certified. #0616406 203-675-8710 or 860-267-4843


J. HALL CONSTRUCTION Roofing, Siding, Decks, Windows, Remodeling, Additions. No Job Too Small Fully Licensed And Insured Contact Jeremy 203-537-2534 Reg#0575625

On the outside. FREE ESTIMATES. #569127 Call Kevin 203-440-3279

D & G PAVING Over 25 yrs exp. Paving, seal coating, concrete work. CT Reg#0577005. 203-237-6058


The Record-Journal’s weekly news department has an opening for an individual to oversee day-today news operations for The Berlin Citizen. This includes all aspects of news gathering for a weekly publication and website: reporting, photography, social media as well as interaction with the Berlin community.

LAVIGNE’S TREE SERVICE IN BUSINESS 31 YRS. Tree removal. Stump grinding. Crane Service. Free Estimates. Fully insured. 203-294-1775 PRICKER REMOVAL RICK’S AFFORDABLE Spring clean-ups, hedge trim, brush, tree, pricker & underbrush removal. No job too big or too small. 11 yrs exp. 203-530-4447 PROF. ARBORIST #S3365 75ft bucket truck. Precise Tree CT Reg #562159. 203-272-4216

ROOFING, SIDING WINDOWS AND MORE Free Estimates/Fully Insured Reg #604200/Member BBB 860-645-8899

TREE PROBLEMS? Broken limbs, hangers, we specialize in difficult takedowns. Professional climbers, Fully licensed & Ins. Call for your free quote. Ask for Jimmy. Accelerated Landscaping, Inc. Celebrating our 25th Yr in business. Veteran & Senior discounts. Calll 860-982-4819.

Send resume and writing samples with cover letter, by July 13, to the weeklies news editor at olawrence@ HUMAN RESOURCE RECRUITER Non-Profit agency has an immediate opening for a Human Resource Recruiter. P/T (15 hrs wk). Associate Degree and/or 3-5 years experience in hiring, personnel duties, computer skills in Word, Excel, and Internet/Web is required. E-mail resume to acordemployment@ or fax to 203-269-1980 ACORD, Inc. EOE

NETWORK ADMINISTRATION Assistant Network Administrator Seeking a highly qualified candidate to provide assistance in the design, planning, implementation and maintenance of (LAN/WAN) systems in offices and remote locations. Requires a Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field plus 3 years of experience in all phases of information technology processing, with 2 years of such experience in the administration of LAN/ WAN systems and maintenance, or an equivalent combination of education and experience substituting on a year-for-year basis. Experience working in the current and 1 previous version of Windows Server, and Linux environments is desirable. Must possess and maintain a current and valid Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP) certification or equivalent. A copy of the required certification must b e s u b m i t te d w i t h th e application or resume. Must possess and maintain a valid State of Connecticut Motor Vehicle Operator’s License. Salary $56,432 $72,210 plus an excellent fringe benefit package. Apply to: Personnel Department Town of Wallingford 45 South Main St. Wallingford, CT Phone: (203) 294-2080 Fax: (203) 294-2084 The closing date will be July 30, 2012 or the date the 50th application is received, whichever occurs first. EOE

HELP WANTED KENNEL ASSISTANT PT Includes Nights & Weekends. Need CT driv. lic. Apply in person. Animal Haven, 89 Mill Road, North Haven. KITCHEN Help Busy Banquet Hall, Rt 5, Meriden. Food prep, pot/dishwasher, clean-up, etc. Min 35+ hrs/wk. Weekends, nights. Own transportation. Si parla Italiano. 203 265-3553 LPN, 11-7, full time, 32 hours. Includes benefits, every other wknd, assisted living or long term care experience required. CNA shifts available, full time/part time. Mulberry Gardens of Southington, 58 Mulberry St, Plantsville, CT 06479. Fax: 860-378-1024. EOE.

MACHINE OPERATOR 2nd shift. F/T. Must have good mechanical background. Full benefits. Must be able to pass pre employment drug test. Apply at Northeastern Shaped Wire 411 North Main Street Southington, CT OFFICE ASSISTANT Northeast Quality Service PT Duties Include; A/P, Data Entry, Filing, Receiving, Answering Phones, Computer work, etc. Call Ralph - 860-632-7242 OPTICIAN/OPTICAL SALES Great hrs and Competitive Pay, High energy and experienced. Call Ali 203-494-7866 OUTSIDE Sales Rep To bring in new business and handle est. accts. PT, must have excellent people and customer service skills. Base salary plus comm. Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to apply. Indicate Sales in subject line. PARALEGAL. Opportunity for exp’d independent real estate paralegal. Inquire by email to: cctrealestateclosing-now@

POLICE OFFICER The Wallingford Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for Police Officer. $1,090.40 weekly plus an excellent fringe benefit package. The initial exam phases consist of physical performance, written and oral exams. Other requirements for Police Officer can be obtained with the application materials at the following locations: Personnel Department, Town of Wallingford, 45 South Main Street, Wallingford, CT 06492; Wallingford Police Department, 135 North Main Street, Wallingford, CT 06492; South Central Criminal Justice Administration, 675 State Street, New Haven, CT 06511. Com pleted a p p li c at i o n s al o n g w i t h a $ 4 0 . 0 0 a p p l i c a tion fee must be returned to the South Central Criminal Ju st i ce A d m in is t ra t io n b y W e d n es d a y, J u l y 2 5 , 2 0 1 1 a t 4: 30 P . M .

The Town of Wallingford is an Equal Opportunity Employer PROFESSIONAL Organization seeking part-time employee to handle all administrative office functions. Skills to include Microsoft word and excel. Quickbooks experience a plus. Send resume to P.O. Box 916, Cheshire, CT 06410

MEDICAL CAREERS MEDICAL ASSISTANT, 30 hr plus for internal medicine office in Cheshire. Work every other Sat. Please send resume to: Medical Care Center of Cheshire, 430 Highland Ave, Cheshire, 06410. MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST FT Needed for busy pediatric office. Experience preferred. Must be able to multi-task. Fax resume to: 203-265-3321

HELP WANTED DRIVER Wanted, CDL required with paving experience. Good pay. Please call (203) 284-1501 PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR Developmental disabilities day/ res services. FT/PT all shifts. Meriden to Milford. E-mail resume to acordemployment@ or fax to 203-269-1980 ACORD, Inc. EOE

$1,000 $ign on Bonu$!

Get on the bus with us! DATTCO CT's largest private school bus company is looking for the industries BEST School Bus Drivers for our Middletown and Durham locations. If you currently have a valid CDL-PS we are looking for you! CDL is not a must. We will provide all of the free training you will need to be successful! Sign on bonus offered to CDL-PS drivers only that apply in July! At DATTCO you can bring your children to work with you! Call DATTCO today 860-635-8234 ext 5600 or apply online! DATTCO is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer STYLIST/Barber with experience with clipper cutting. Must be reliable, clientele preferred but not necessary, 3-4 days/ week. Call 203-213-2498 TELEPHONE SALES-Non-profit organization has evening shifts 5:30-8:30 & Sat 10-1 available for residential calling to sponsor education & community service events year-round. Salary plus bonus. Call 203-269-5138 UTILITY Position P/T position avail. in a fast paced hardware /equipment store. Responsibilities to include: stocking, receiving, cleaning, lifting and some customer service. Apply in person @ Superior Equipment & Supplies 1403 Meriden-Waterbury Road, Milldale, or email posullivan@ EOE


NY Style Pizza

SMALL 12” MEDIUM 14” LARGE 16” X-LARGE 18” PARTY SIZE 25”x17” Cheese 6.50 9.95 10.45 11.95 18.95 Add’l. Items 1.00 1.50 1.75 2.00 3.00 Toppings: Extra Cheese, Sausage, Pepperoni, Bacon, Meatball, Olives, Ham, Mushrooms, Green Peppers, Onions, Roasted Peppers, Jalapeno Peppers, Broccoli, Tomatoes, Eggplant, Spinach, Anchovies, Pineapple, Artichoke Hearts, Hamburger Appetizers, Salads, Italian Dinners


CALZONES OR STROMBOLI Mozzarella Additional Items



6.95 1.25

9.95 1.75

HOT PARMIGIANA GRINDERS Served with Cheese & Tomato Sauce Sausage Meatball Eggplant Veal Chicken



5.25 5.25 5.75 5.75 5.25

6.95 6.95 7.50 7.50 6.95

HOT OR COLD GRINDERS Served with Cheese, Lettuce and Tomato HALF

Grilled Chicken 6.75 Genoa Salami 5.25 Roast Beef 5.75 Ham 5.25 Tuna 5.75 Pastrami 5.25 Turkey 5.25 Italian Combo 5.75 Steak & Cheese 5.95 Chicken Cutlet 5.25 B.L.T. 5.25 Cheeseburger 5.95 Pepperoni 5.25 Veggie 5.25 Extra Cheese .50 Extra Meat 1.00 BURGERS SANDWICH


7.95 6.95 7.95 6.95 7.50 6.95 6.95 7.95 7.95 6.95 6.95 7.95 6.95 6.95 .75 1.00 DELUXE

Hamburger 3.50 4.95 Cheeseburger 3.95 6.95 Bacon Cheeseburger 5.95 7.45 Gyro 5.50 7.45 Double Cheeseburger 5.50 7.45 Above Served with Lettuce & Tomatoes. Deluxe Served with Lettuce & Tomatoes, French Fries & Cole Slaw


Clams Casino (White) Margarita (White) Florentine (White) Shrimp Scampi (White) Meat Lover’s White Pizza Veggie Lovers Primo Hawaiian Village Special Pizza Taco Pizza California Dreaming Philly Steak Greek Pizza NEW Mediterranean SMOG BBQ Chicken Buffalo Chicken Cheese Lovers

9.75 9.75 9.75 9.75 10.25 7.75 10.25 10.25 9.25 10.95 9.75 10.95 9.75 9.95 9.95 9.75 9.95 9.95 8.75

13.25 12.50 12.25 12.95 14.95 10.95 14.95 14.95 13.50 14.95 13.75 14.95 14.95 14.95 14.95 14.25 13.50 13.50 10.75

15.45 15.45 15.45 15.45 16.50 12.95 16.50 16.50 14.50 17.95 14.95 17.50 17.95 16.95 16.95 15.45 15.95 15.95 13.75

17.75 17.75 17.75 17.75 17.95 14.25 17.25 17.95 17.50 18.95 16.25 18.50 17.95 17.95 18.25 17.75 16.95 16.95 16.25

12” Grinder Special $

5.99 Pick-up Only

(Not valid on Roast Beef, Grilled Chicken or Steak)




Tuna 3.50 5.95 Ham 3.50 5.95 Genoa Salami 3.50 5.95 Roast Beef 3.50 6.50 Turkey 3.50 5.95 Grilled Cheese 2.95 4.95 w/Ham or Tomato 3.25 4.95 B.L.T. 3.50 5.95 Chicken Breast 4.75 6.95 Above Served with Lettuce & Tomatoes. Deluxe Served with Lettuce, Tomatoes and Pickle, French Fries & Cole Slaw


6 Pieces - $5.95 10 Pieces - 6.95 12 Pieces - 7.45 24 Pieces - 13.95 36 Pieces • 18.95 50 Pieces - 23.50 Hot, Mild or BBQ • Served with Celery and Bleu Cheese Dressing

Appetizers • Salads Seafood Platters Dinners • Kids Meal

1 Large Salad $ & 2 Liter Soda


+ tax

Village Pizza

Authentic Hand Made

Village Pizza

Delivery Available to Plainville and parts of Bristol, Farmington & Southington.

Village Pizza

FAST Delivery $8.00 Minimum

Village Pizza

Open 7 Days: Monday 4 pm-10 pm; Tuesday-Thursday 11 am-10 pm; Friday & Saturday 11 am-11 pm; Sunday 12 pm-10 pm



Village Pizza

Minimum $10.00


Village Pizza


We Accept


Village Pizza

793-0802 • 793-1111


Village Pizza

860 793-0800



Village Pizza


142 East St. (Rt. 10) Plainville


Village Pizza

Village Pizza



Village Pizza

The Plainville Citizen — Thursday, July 19, 2012



Save $7.00

Party Size 1 Topping, 24 pc. Wings $ & One 2-Liter Soda Only + tax 793-1111 or 793-0800


Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12


Save $5.00

Only 2 Large 1 Topping, Large Chef Salad, Garlic Bread, 2-Liter Soda $29.95 + tax 793-1111 or 793-0800 Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12


Large Cheese $

7.50 + tax

PICK-UP ONLY 793-1111 or 793-0800

Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12

Large Cheese Pizza, 10 Buffalo Wings, 2-Liter Soda $


+ tax 793-1111 or 793-0800 Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12

Two Extra Large Cheese Pizzas $


+ tax 793-1111 or 793-0800 Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12

2 Medium Pizzas 1 Topping Each $

16.99 + tax

793-1111 or 793-0800 Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12

Buy 3 13” Grinders, Get 1


Excludes Any Combo, Veal or Steak

793-1111 or 793-0800 Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12

Large Pizza, 1 Topping, 16 Wings $


+ tax 793-1111 or 793-0800 Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12

2 X-Large Pizzas, 1 Topping Each $


+ tax 793-1111 or 793-0800 Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12


18.99 + tax

2 Large Cheese Pizzas 793-1111 or 793-0800 Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12


19.99 + tax

2 Large 1 Topping Pizzas 793-1111 or 793-0800 Coupons cannot be combined with any other offer. Exp 12/30/12

The Plainville Citizen 07-19-2012  

The Plainville Citizen 07-19-2012