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    Kimberly Drelich
    Tuesday, February 27, 2024

    DAY NEWSROOM: Day Staff Writer

    Kimberly Drelich

    Day Staff Writer

    Phone: (860) 701-4322

    Kimberly Drelich


    By Kimberly Drelich

    The city’s Planning and Zoning Commission rescinded a proposal this week to change the zoning regulations for Bridge Street, upper Thames Street and part of North Street and plans to revamp it.
    A federal mold bill, first introduced by legislators because of a problem plaguing Groton’s Branford Manor apartment complex, now has bipartisan support in the U.S. House of Representatives.
    The head of the Connecticut Airport Authority said federal funding for improvements at the Groton-New London Airport continues to help position the airport to bring in commercial airline service.
    Board of Education is reviewing potential cuts, and school officials are slated to continue to offer proposals to reduce the budget before the board votes next week.
    The town will hold a series of community meetings on issues Groton is facing now and in the future, from community development to housing.
    From attending baptisms, weddings and funerals and community meals, tuning the church organ or ringing its bell, residents of southeastern Connecticut shared their memories of the First Congregational Church in New London over the decades.
    Marisol Melendez, who has worked in the town clerk's office for 3 years as assistant town clerk, was sworn in Tuesday as Town Clerk.
    Students and families in southeastern Connecticut are worried about delays in getting information about college financial aid.
    The Town Council on Tuesday approved a classification and compensation plan that updates salary ranges for non-union town employee positions.
    Retired U.S. Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Paul F. Dillon, who recently turned over leadership of the Retired Activities Office at the submarine base, is leaving a legacy behind him.