The Lakeville Journal - August 4, 2011

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Dresser Woods plan proposes 20 affordable units

A slideshow at the Feb. 20 public hearing showed design concepts for the multi-family homes at the proposed Dresser Woods affordable housing complex in Salisbury.

Salisbury Housing Committee

SALISBURY — The Planning and Zoning Commission (PZC) opened a public hearing on the Dresser Woods affordable housing complex application Tuesday, Feb. 20 (online).

PZC Chair Michael Klemens said at the outset that the hearing will be continued at the commission’s Monday, March 18, meeting.

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Shining sun for 39th annual Polar Bear Run

Happy runners set out from the starting line.

Lans Christensen

Connecticut’s oldest winter race, the Polar Bear Run, was held for the 39th time Sunday, Feb. 24.

As always, the race course circled Lake Waramaug and passed through Kent, Warren and Washington townships. The only course change happened in 2023 when the start/finish was moved to the Hopkins Inn and Vineyard, adding two-tenths of a mile for a total of 7.8 miles in the race.

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Police Blotter: Troop B

Police Blotter: Troop B

John Coston

The following information was provided by the Connecticut State Police at Troop B. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Covered bridge accident

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Composting permit process drags on in Cornwall

CORNWALL — Goals of adding composting services to the town transfer station have hit another snag.

The plan began in early 2023 with the idea of adding a simple organic compost station. Initial applications to the state were denied due to the lack of leaf composting in Cornwall.

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