Related Coverage(WTNH) – Many people are trying to make sense of what happened in Charlottesville. Some people who know politics well are weighing in. Khalilah Brown-Dean is a professor at Quinnipiac University. She’s from Virginia, and went to college in Charlottesville. She lived there for four years. News 8 spoke with her over the phone on Saturday afternoon; she was on her way home from Virginia. “Not surprising, but it’s not acceptable.
East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo (file). Related CoverageEAST HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Mayor Joseph Maturo, Jr. enacted a spending freeze in East Haven this week, citing uncertainty from the ongoing state budget stalemate. He instituted a purchasing and overtime freeze, effective immediately. The spending freeze means all non-emergency purchase orders and overtime will need direct and prior authorization from the Mayor’s office. This will not apply to utility bills, fuel or lease payments.
Related CoverageEAST HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A public hearing was held in East Haven on Thursday night to discuss a shoreline rock quarry’s battle with the town. Farm River Rock is actually suing the town, saying it illegally shut the business down. The quarry’s owner is fighting the cease and desist orders issued by the town’s planning & zoning enforcement officer, who stands behind them. Peter Alter, an attorney representing Farm River Rock, spoke at the hearing.
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