Deep River In Business
Residents and visitors may have some new entertainment options next summer pending results on an application for an ice cream café and mini golf course off Route One at the Madison border.
The new year will bring fresh beginnings to one of Clinton’s most high-profile developments.
In an effort to bolster the future economic development of Clinton, officials have turned their focus to strengthening the bonds between the town’s current manufacturing industries.
Residents can learn more—and express support of and concerns about—a proposed zoning exception to allow commercial indoor recreation use of the long-shuttered Unilever property at a Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) public hearing on Monday Aug. 26.
Though news is scant, more details are emerging about the future of the recently sold Unilever headquarters.
Starting on Friday, May 24, the concession stand at the Clinton Town Dock will be open under new management.
the annual Clinton Chamber of Commerce Business Expo at Andrew Memorial Town Hall. People got the chance to check out local organizations, local businesses and their products or services, sample food, enter raffles, meet costumed characters, and more at the March 30 event.
For nearly three decades, the Clinton Chamber of Commerce has hosted an annual Business Expo at Andrews Memorial Town Hall.
Recognizing the town’s many artistic endeavors, the town has established an Arts District.
While many local economic development efforts focus on bringing in new business, the Town of Clinton is partnering with the Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC) to help the businesses already in town.
9 Town Transit (9TT) is reaching out to business owners in Westbrook, Old Saybrook, and Centerbrook to garner support for a new flexible, on-demand bus system pilot program. It hopes to begin the three-month pilot in early May, offering point to point service for locals without a car and employers a way to attract more workers reliant on public transit.
With a successful effort to add an indoor ice rink or similar facility to Clinton I-2 zones, locals anticipate a new proposal from the developer who once sought to build a construction waste recycling center.
How will the former Unilever warehouse site at 30 Old Post Road be redeveloped? While the controversial earlier proposal to add a construction waste recycling center won’t be happening, residents who remain concerned can learn about the latest proposal to allow an indoor sports complex at a Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) public hearing on Monday, Feb. 4 at 7 p.m. in Town Hall.
Secretary of the State Denise Merrill and Attorney General George Jepsen are warning businesses across Connecticut about a mailing being sent by "Workplace Compliance Services" purporting to be an official "Annual Report Instruction Form," alleging that payment is required by Connecticut law.
Representatives from the company that had proposed a controversial waste recycling facility at 30 Old Post Road (and filed a lawsuit, since withdrawn, when their proposal was denied) met with the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) to discuss a zoning change that could potentially lead to the development of a recreation center on the site.
Clinton residents unanimously voted to approve the $2.2 million sale of the old Morgan School property at I-95's exit 63 to developer Greylock Property Group to build the mixed-use Indian River Landing project at exit 63.
With the expected withdrawal of a lawsuit over a controversial proposal to build a recycling plant at 30 Old Post Road, the owners of the property are now considering new options for the site. On Nov. 13, Old Post Realty representatives met with the Economic Development Commission (EDC) to discuss alternative uses for the property.
Proposal Goes to Town Meeting Wednesday, Dec. 5
Residents of Clinton will get a chance to make their voices heard about the newly unveiled Indian River Landing project at the old Morgan School during a public hearing in Town Hall at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 28.
Clinton, say hello to your potential newest resident: Indian River Landing. The Board of Selectmen (BOS) last week unanimously voted to approve the sale of the old Morgan School property to developer Greylock Property Group for $2.2 million, moving the proposal on to a public vote.
The Clinton Board of Selectmen unanimously voted to approve the sale of the old Morgan School property to the developer Greylock Property Group for $2.2 million.
Old Post Realty, the developer behind the proposed Shoreline Rail & Recycling (SRR) facility, has filed a motion to withdraw its appeal of a zoning regulation against the town Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC), potentially ending the legal battle.
Amy’s Active Learning has opened in the center of Clinton to provide children’s hands-on, active learning workshops, and birthday parties that incorporate exercise, yoga, movement games, and creative arts and science activities into one.
Dr. Stacey Michael has updated the former office of Drs. Kaufman and Shah to open Michael Dental of Clinton. Michael Dental of Clinton provides a full-range of general and cosmetic dental services for the entire family, including routine exams/cleanings, tooth-colored fillings, Invisalign, Zoom whitening, crowns/bridges, implants, dentures, and nightguards.