SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL NO. 5150
Public act no.16-56
in accordance with the above act no. 16-86. Let it be known that the U.I. co. will be performing tree trimming/removal, as per their Vegetation Management Program for the calendar year 2017, on the following roads here in the Town of North Haven Ct.
Universal Dr. North
Dir. P.W. field Operations/Tree warden
NORTH HAVEN EXTENDS APPLICATION PERIOD FOR INCLUSION ON
POST-VIETNAM VETERANS’ MONUMENT
First Selectman, Michael J. Freda announced recently that the application period for inclusion on the Post-Vietnam Veterans’ Monument has been extended through July 31, 2017.
The Town of North Haven stated in June its intention of honoring those residents of the Town who have served honorably for the United States of America in wars and armed conflicts with the erection of a post-Vietnam Veterans’ monument on the Town Green. The monument will be constructed in 2017 with an anticipated unveiling as part of a Veteran’s Day commemoration. Interested parties are encouraged to get their applications submitted as soon as possible.
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Click Here for Veterans Post-Vietnam Monument Application
To apply submit your application along with a COPY (no originals please - DD-214 will not be returned) of your DD-214 to the Office of the First Selectman by July 31, 2017. No applications will be considered after that date.
Plan of Conservation & Development (POCD) Update
Plan of Conservation and Development
- Where: Recreation Center, Room 2
- When: January 17, 2017 7:00 pm
- Topic: General Discussion
In 2015, North Haven embarked on an effort to update the Town’s Plan of Conservation and Development, a policy and guidance document that sets priorities and goals for the Town with a focus on its physical, social, and economic conditions. The Town Plan of Conservation and Development Committee is composed of members of North Haven’s Planning and Zoning Commission.
On May 16, 2017, revised flood insurance rate maps (FIRM) will become effective in twenty communities within the Quinnipiac River watershed. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region I Boston office and the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CTDEEP) will be holding two public open houses where residents can view the revised flood maps. Federal and state officials will be available to answer questions on flood risk and flood insurance. No formal presentations will be made during these open house events. Residents may attend at any time during the session and no appointments are required. Residents are encouraged to bring their elevation certificates and/or flood insurance policies to the open house in order to get the best information about how their flood insurance rates may be changing as a result of the revised maps and recent flood insurance program changes. These meetings will be held from 4:00pm to 7:00pm at the following locations: Monday, March 13, 2017 - North Haven, Town Hall, 18 Church Street, Conference Room #1, Third Floor and Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - Branford, Fire Department, 45 North Main Street