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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Legislators Announce Tentative, Bipartisan Budget Deal

By Keith M. Phaneuf, Mark Pazniokas, and Jacqueline Rabe Thomas

www.ctmirror.org

State legislative leaders declared today they had crafted the framework of a bipartisan deal to end Connecticut’s 110-day budget impasse, while conceding some key details, including distribution of town aid, remained to be resolved.

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, who was not a party to the talks, expressed skepticism that the talks had produced a deal that would survive close scrutiny of rank-and-file lawmakers or his administration.

Anticipating the skepticism by Malloy and others in light of the dearth of details released by the lawmakers, Senate Republican leader Len Fasano of North Haven said the story of the day was how far the bipartisan talks had come, not what work remains.

“A lot of people said, ‘You won’t get there.’ And we did,” Fasano said.

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WestportNow Teardown of the Day: 12 Covlee Drive

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An application for a permit to demolish the house at Westport’s 12 Covlee Drive, in the Saugatuck Shores section, is in process. Built in 1948, the one-story ranch has 1,998-square feet and is situated on a .27-acre property. Because the house was built more than 50 years ago, the application will be reviewed by the Westport Historic District Commission. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

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Playhouse to Host Symposia on the Genius of Shakespeare

The Westport Playhouse has scheduled two free, Sunday symposia on the genius of William Shakespeare for Nov. 5 and 12 at 3 p.m., playhouse officials announced.

The symposia are being held in conjunction with the production of “Romeo and Juliet,” which runs from Oct. 31 through Nov. 19 — replete with a cast of 20 actors, period costuming, sword fights and scenic design.

Titled “As Boundless as the Sea: The Genius of William Shakespeare,” the two-part program represents the playhouse’s eighth annual educational and community engagement initiative, according to Patricia Blaufuss, playhouse spokeswoman.

The lectures are supported, in part, by the White Barn Program of the Lucille Lortel Foundation.

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Installing Water Line for 94-Unit Housing Project

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Workers today install a main water line on Post Road East at the intersection of Morningside Drive that will connect with the property at 1177 (also known as 1175 Post Road East) Post Road East, the site of construction of a 94-unit residential housing project (rear). Thirty percent of the units will be affordable housing. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

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Project Return Luncheon Draws Packed Crowd

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It was a packed house today at the annual Gather ‘Round the Table Luncheon to benefit Project Return. The luncheon, held at Shorehaven Country Club in Norwalk, celebrated the work of the 32-year-old agency, and the first anniversary of its joining Homes With Hope as a fully integrated program. The Project Return house on Compo Road North currently serves eight homeless young women. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Contributed photo

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Going Down: 14 Westport Ave.

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The house at Westport’s 14 Westport Ave., in the Compo Beach section, was demolished today. Built in 1932, the two-story conventional had 1,400-square feet, was situated on a .11-acre property and changed ownership in July 2016 for $1,250,000. It was the WestportNow Teardown of the Day on July 22, 2017. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Contributed photo

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Real Estate Report: Opportunities Under $1 Million

By Judy Szablak

Special to WestportNow

There are opportunities for both sellers and buyers in all in Westport’s real estate market under $1 million.

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Featured Home: This home at 10 Maplewood Ave. is listed at $699,000. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Photo courtesy of William Raveis- Westport

Twenty-three percent of single family homes available are listed under $1 million. That is a nicely balanced mix that slightly favors sellers over buyers, yet still offers a selection for buyers.

There are 79 homes in this price pocket, and statistics indicate nearly three weeks less market time than the town on average. Forty-seven percent of these properties are located in the Coleytown, Long Lots and Greens Farms areas.

The market for the starter range is healthy, and helps to create a domino effect for the upper ranges, as these homeowners tend to move up within the town.

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Westport Real Estate Price Changes

Westport real estate price changes over the past week:

10 Vani Court                   $535,000->$525,000
230 Saugatuck Ave. Unit 15   $575,000->$549,000
16 Long Lots Road             $699,000->$669,000
102 Bradley Lane               $679,900->$669,900
21 Jennie Lane                 $695,000->$675,000
9 Vineyard Lane                 $699,000->$689,000
24 Turkey Hill Road North         $759,000->$729,000
1400 Post Road E, Unit 132     $749,900->$745,900
244 Greens Farms Road     $1,000,000->$975,000
8 Iris Lane                       $999,000->$979,000
4 Christmas Lake Lane         $999,999->$985,000
12 Wedgewood Road         $1,250,000->$987,000
79 Compo Road North     $1,250,000->$1,195,000
222 Compo Road South     $1,290,000->$1,195,000  
311 Greens Farms Road   $1,275,000->$1,199,000
1 Old Hill Farms Road       $1,375,000->$1,299,000
3 Indian Point Lane         $1,399,000->$1,349,000
40 Bauer Place Ext.        $1,499,000->$1,449,000
41 Treadwell Ave.          $1,749,000->$1,675,000
25 Green Acre Lane         $1,895,000->$1,795,000
6 Dover Road               $1,899,000->$1,829,000
5 Court Of Oaks           $1,949,000->$1,899,000
22 Compo Parkway         $2,285,000->$2,185,000
42 Owenoke Park         $3,295,000->$3,100,000
26 Stonybrook Road       $4,195,000->$3,975,000
—Judy Szablak

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Honoring Our Heritage: 12 Charcoal Hill Road

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The owners of the house at 12 Charcoal Hill Road are the newest recipients of a Westport Historical Society (WHS) historical plaque. Bob Weingarten, WHS plaque historian, presented the plaque to owners Pat and Bill Blaufuss. According to Weingarten, the house was designed and built by the renown architect Frazier Forman Peters in 1929. Peters designed and built 41 houses in Westport of which 38 are still standing. Weingarten said, “Peters moved to Westport in 1919 as a farmer and became a self-educated architect and builder from 1925 to 1936.”  The Blaufusses have owned the house since 1984. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017


8:30 a.m. - Town Hall Auditorium - Board of Selectmen (videostreamed)
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. - Westport Arts Center - “Vivian Maier—a Lifetime of Photographs”
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Westport Historical Society - “06880+50: Visions of Westport in Fifty Years”
11 a.m. - Westport Senior Center - In the News with Greens Farms Academy
11:45 a.m. - Shorehaven Golf Club (14 Canfield Ave., Norwalk) - Gather ‘Round the Table—to Benefit Project Return
4 p.m. - Westport Library - WestportMAKES: A Scary Stop-Motion Movie with Jhonny Parks
4 p.m. - Westport Library - DeweyKnit: Grade 4 to Adult
4:30 p.m. - Town Hall Room 309 - Tree Board
6 p.m. - Westport Library - Improve Job Search Focus & Productivity
6 p.m. - 134 Cross Highway - Wakeman Town Farm Committee
6:30 p.m. - Westport Library - Chess Club for Adults
7 p.m. - Town Hall Room 201/201A - Conservation Commission (videostreamed)
7 p.m. - Town Hall Room 307/309 - Historic District Commission Information Presentation
7:30 p.m. - Town Hall Auditorium - Parks & Recreation Commission (live on cable channel 79, Frontier channel 99, & westportct.gov)
7:30 p.m. - Westport Library - Library Board of Trustees
7:30 p.m. - Westport Playhouse Barn -Meet and Mingle With Candidates
8 p.m. - 10 p.m. - Westport Astronomical Society (182 Bayberry Lane) - Public Star Party (if skies are clear)

See more events:  Celebrate Westport Calendar

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

GOP Pension Reforms Dropped as CT Leaders Aim for Budget Deal Wednesday

By Keith M. Phaneuf

www.ctmirror.org

State legislative leaders say they need a tentative, bipartisan deal by midafternoon Wednesday to keep alive their hopes of adopting a new state budget next week.

And if there is a bipartisan deal, it won’t include a hotly contested GOP proposal to cut state employee pension benefits in 2027 and reap big savings now.

Leaders were cautious not to predict success or failure, but lawmakers from both parties said that, while some key issues remain to be resolved, much progress has been made.

“I think the last week has been the most productive in this building that we’ve had all year long,” said House Minority Leader Themis Klarides, R-Derby. “And the conclusion will be the conclusion. I think we all have hope that we can come to an agreement on something that’s best for the state.”

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WestportNow Teardown of the Day: 5 Ivy Terrace

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An application for a permit to demolish the house at Westport’s 5 Ivy Terrace, off Crescent Road, is in process. Built in 1960, the one-story ranch has 1,390-square feet, is situated on a half-acre property and changed ownership in July for $430,000. Because the house was built more than 50 years ago, the application will be reviewed by the Westport Historic District Commission. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

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Almost Ready

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The new Rye Ridge Deli is almost ready for opening next week at 159 Main St., former site of iconic Oscar’s Deli. It is one of the most anticipated Main Street openings in years. Manager Mike Ventorino said “the town (regulatory) departments have been very responsive and cooperative during the approval process. Just a few more steps to go and we’ll be open by Monday.” He added, “We’re having some family members come by this weekend and, starting Monday, we’re going to open sort of quietly to make sure everything works well.”  Ventorino said there will be seating for 90 plus 24 seats on the sidewalk patio when weather permits. Hours will be 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

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Familiar Faces at New Deli

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When the new Rye Ridge Deli opens Monday at 159 Main St. customers will see a couple of familiar faces. Cris (l) and Joaquin Dolores worked behind the counter at Oscar’s Deli, which formerly occupied the space, for 11 years. Both have been training with the new staff. The restaurant features a full kitchen in the basement and serves up traditional deli fare and other dishes.  (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

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Garden Club Installs New Officers

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The Westport Garden Club installed its new officers at its opening luncheon at the Patterson Club in Fairfield. Pictured (l-r, front row): Janice Yost, corresponding secretary; Pat Nave, vice president; Kelle Ruden, president; Ellen Greenberg, outgoing president, and Ginger Donaher, recording secretary.Standing behind them are various board members. Meetings are held monthly and the public is welcome at most. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Contributed photo

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Looking Into the Future at Historical Society

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David Waldman (l), Westport commercial real estate developer, and Frederick Hoag, principal of Westport-based FWH Architects, today present their proposed perspectives of the future look of downtown Westport. The event was the kickoff of a brown bag lunch series at the Westport Historical Society in coordination with its ongoing exhibit “06880 + 50.” Waldman said, “As the world changes, our model shows what can be done with a small community downtown.” Hoag added: “We asked ourselves how we can create for the future with the threat in mind that all of us can be under water in time.” (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

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Main Street Sidewalk Near Completion

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The new Main Street sidewalk on the east side of the street along Veterans Green is nearing completion. The project includes a new stairway from the sidewalk into Veterans Green. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

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Halloween Parade Set for Thursday, Oct. 26

The Westport Parks and Recreation Department, the Downtown Merchants Association and Westport P.A.L. have announced that the annual Children’s Halloween Parade will take place on Thursday, Oct. 26. 

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Westport’s Main Street was crowded for the 2014 Halloween parade. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

Children and parents will meet at Main Street and Post Road East at 3:30 p.m. This event is for all children, especially those 8 and under.

The parade will proceed up Main Street, turn right onto Avery Place, then turn left on Myrtle Ave to Town Hall and Veterans Green.

Children may trick-or-treat along Main Street and in Town Hall.  Entertainment, refreshments and a small gift will be provided on Veterans Green across from Town Hall at 4 p.m.

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Compo Sunset

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Monday’s sunset as seen from Westport’s Compo Beach. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Robin Tauck for WestportNow.com

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017


8 a.m. - Town Hall Room 201/201A - Saugatuck TOD Master Plan Steering Committee
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. - Westport Arts Center - “Vivian Maier—a Lifetime of Photographs”
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Westport Historical Society - “06880+50: Visions of Westport in Fifty Years”
11 a.m. - Westport Library - PageTurners: “The Memory of Running” by Ron McLarty
Noon - Westport Historical Society - Westport Architect Brown Bag Lunch Series: David Waldman & Frederick Hoag
1 p.m. - Westport Library - WestportWRITES: Advanced Writing Class
4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. - Westport Library - Drop-in Tech Help
4 p.m. - Westport Library - WestportMAKES: A Scary Stop-Motion Movie with Jhonny Parks
7 p.m. - Shorehaven Golf Club (14 Canfield Ave., Norwalk) - Project Return Gather ‘Round the Table Cocktail Party
8 p.m. - Westport Astronomical Society - A peek into the future of astronomy from LSST to Urban Science, Dr. Federica Bianco

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Monday, October 16, 2017

For P&Z, 5 Candidates, 4 Parties, Multiple Issues

By James Lomuscio

(UPDATE) Westport’s new town plan, traffic, affordable and senior housing, businesses friendly regulations and zoning enforcement dominated tonight’s debate among five Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) candidates.

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P&Z candidates participating were (l-r) Michael Cammeyer, Greg Rutstein, John Olefson, Jennifer Johnson and Danielle Dobin. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) James Lomuscio for WestportNow.com

The P&Z Town Hall auditorium debate sponsored by the Westport League of Women Voters (WLWV) capped tonight’s two earlier presentations for four unopposed Board of Education members seeking reelection and three candidates for the Zoning Board of Appeals.

The P&Z debate was also the most heated as Democrats Danielle Dobin, Michael Cammeyer and Greg Rutstein squared off against Republican John Olefson and Jennifer Johnson, a third party candidate endorsed by the Coalition for Westport. Save WestportNow has also endorsed the three Democrats.

Johnson threw down the gauntlet at the start, calling the town Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) recently approved by the P&Z “a grave disappointment” that had little public input and for which she had to employ the Freedom of Information ACT (FOIA) to review a copy of a draft.

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Staples Boys Soccer Earns Draw With Fairfield Ludlowe

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Fairfield Ludlowe came to Loeffler Field today with the fewest losses in the FCIAC boys soccer league. After 80 minutes of battle, they left with a 0-0. Staples got excellent defense from Chris Martenson, Ryan Fincher, Nick Ambrose and Gabe Baltierra, strong goalkeeping from Ry Cohen, and solid midfield play by Matt Engler and Will Birch. The Wreckers’ best chance came a minute before halftime, when Vaughan Sealey (shown in photo) knocked Engler’s free kick off the inside of the goal post. Staples — now 6-4-4, in strong contention for an FCIAC playoff berth -— travels to New Canaan’s Conner Field for a 4 p.m. match on Friday. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Alan Frost for WestportNow.com

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Elm Street Land Swap Amendments to be Heard Thursday

Text and map amendments designed to implement the Elm Street land swap between the town and local developer David Waldman are scheduled to be heard at the Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, it was announced today.

According to Planning and Zoning Director Mary Young, the text amendment aims to modify the zoning regulations to create a new Business Center Retail Residential (BCRR) district.

Simultaneously, the P&Z is set to review a map amendment rezoning property adjacent to the Kemper-Gunn House at 35 Elm St., the town’s exchange parcel, and 36 Elm St. to the BCRR designation, Young added.

She said that if the applications are approved, the next step in the approval process will require a site plan for development of the “exchange parcel” and 36 Elm St.

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Budget Fight Threatens Credit for a Third of CT Municipalities

By Keith M. Phaneuf

www.ctmirror.org

Wall Street today issued its loudest warning to date that Connecticut’s budget impasse will threaten credit to nearly one-third of all cities and towns.

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Moody’s Investors Service announced measures that could lead to lower bond ratings — and higher interest costs — for 51 municipalities and six regional school districts, affecting nearly $7 billion in outstanding debt. [Westport was not among them.]

The credit rating agency placed ratings for 26 cities and towns and three regional school districts under review for downgrade, potentially affecting $3.5 billion in outstanding debt.

At the same time Moody’s also assigned negative outlooks — often a precursor to a bond-rating downgrade — to an additional 25 municipalities and three more regional school districts that collectively have another $3.45 billion in outstanding debt.

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Malloy Counters With Lean, No-Frills, No-Nonsense’ Budget

By Keith M. Phaneuf, Mark Pazniokas, and Jacqueline Rabe Thomas

www.ctmirror.org

In a bid to end Connecticut’s budget stalemate and persuade legislators to abandon a legally questionable deferral of contributions to the state’s underfunded pension system, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy today unveiled his fourth budget proposal for the new biennium. It asks lawmakers to reduce tax increases by accepting deeper cuts to town aid, education and social services.

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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy outlines his budget revisions. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Mark Pazniokas for CTMirror.org

The governor’s new plan would reduce spending by an additional $144 million, over this fiscal year and next combined, compared to a budget endorsed by Malloy and Democratic legislative leaders that fell short of passage when a three Democrats in the Senate and five in the House balked and voted for a GOP version.

Malloy’s revisions to the September plan maintain emergency relief for distressed municipalities by including a revised formula for redistributing education aid. It still shifts funding from wealthy communities to poorer ones, but not to the degree originally sought by the governor.

“This is a lean, no-frills, no-nonsense budget,” Malloy said. “Our goals were simple in putting this plan together: eliminate unpopular tax increases, incorporate ideas from both parties, and shrink the budget and its accompanying legislation down to their essential parts. It is my sincere hope this document will aid the General Assembly in passing a budget that I can sign into law.”

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