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INVITATION FOR BIDS The CITY OF NEW BRITAIN'S, Commission on Community & Neighborhood Development, acting through the Department of Community Development, will receive bids for Bid No.12-2018 , Spot Demolition Program. This bid is for the Environmental Remediation and Demolition of buildings at 266 Fairview Street, 30E Lawlor Street, 25 Gilbert Street building 1 and 2, 75 Carmody Street, bids are due on the 2nd day of November, 2018 , in the Department of Community Development, Room 311 - City Hall, 27 West Main Street, New Britain, CT 06051, by 3:00 p.m. , all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at this time. The Bid Documents are available for review and may be obtained at the Department of Municipal Development, on or after 12-noon the 19th day of October, 2018, for a non-refundable payment of $50.00 per set. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids or any part of a bid presented. Bidder Selection Criteria : Award will be made to the "Lowest Responsible Bidder", based on meeting requirements set forth in bidding documents. Contact Information: Margaret Malinowski Department of Community Development Tel. 860-826-3341 mmalinowski@NewBritainCT.gov

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LEGAL NOTICE At its Regular Meeting held on Monday, October 15, 2018, the New Britain Historic Preservation Commission GRANTED a Certificate of Suitability for the following: Application #18:06 Andre Blaszczynski Polish American Foundation 27 Grove Hill Window Restoration and Replacement Michelle Malinowski, Chairperson Historic Preservation Commission

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10/19/2018
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LEGAL NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING The City of New Britain Common Council will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 27 West Main Street, New Britain, Connecticut for the following purposes: 1. To act upon a Resolution regarding a $11,415,423 Decrease in Bond Authorizations for Various Capital Projects. 2. To act upon a Resolution to Amend the $53,000,000 Appropriation and Bond Authorization for the Smalley Academy Renovation and Expansion Project to Decrease the Appropriation and Bond Authorization to $48,000,000. 3. To act upon a Resolution regarding an Amendment to Various Capital Equipment Resolutions to Decrease Certain Bond Authorizations by $3,182,436, to Increase the Scope of Certain Projects, and to Close Out Projects Upon Completion. 4. To act upon a Resolution regarding a $26,200,000 Appropriation and Bond Authorization for the Purchase of Various Capital Improvements for the City of New Britain. Mark H. Bernacki, City Clerk

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SOUTHINGTON LEGAL NOTICE AND AGENDA TOWN COUNCIL MEETING Monday, October 22, 2018 - 7:00 p.m. John Weichsel Municipal Center Assembly Room 196 N. Main Street, Southington, CT Public Hearing 1. ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $2,200,000 FOR COSTS RELATED TO THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A BACK-UP WELL (WELL #2A) FOR WELL #2; AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $2,200,000 BONDS, NOTES AND TEMPORARY NOTES TO FINANCE SAID APPROPRIATION. 2. ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $4,200,000 FOR COSTS RELATED TO THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW MILL STREET WATER STORAGE TANK AND COMMUNICATION TOWER PROJECT; AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $4,200,000 BONDS, NOTES AND TEMPORARY NOTES TO FINANCE SAID APPROPRIATION. 3. Manufacturing Tax Abatement Outside the Enterprise Zone Regular Meeting I. Roll Call - Prayer - Flag Salute II. Minutes III. Councilperson Communications A. Presentation from Katy Bannister, Dementia Friendly Southington IV. Reports of Special Committees A. Sewer V. Town Manager's Report and Communications A. Report of Board of Finance B. Snow Plowing, Snow Removal and School Access Walk Bids VI. Town Attorney's Report A. 8-24 Water Department VII. Public Communications* VIII. Old Business A. Action on Public Hearing for Ordinance Appropriating $2,200,000 B. Action on Ordinance Appropriating $4,200,000. C. Action on 8-24 Water Department D. Action on Public Hearing for Manufacturing Tax Abatement E. Action on Board of Finance Minutes F. Action on Snow Plowing, Snow Removal and School Access Walk Bids G. Action on Calendar House Solar IX. New Business A. Tax Refunds B. Appointments: 1. Board of Park and Recreation, 2 members, 4 year term. 2. Board of Assessment Appeals, 1 member, 4 year term. 3. Regional Health District, 1 member, 3 year term 4. Housing Authority, 1 member, 5 year term (Town Manager Appointment) X. Adjournment- Executive Session: Litigation * Remarks of any qualified elector or taxpayer (town resident over age 18) shall, in the discretion of the Chair, be limited to 5 minutes

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AUCTION : LIGHTING FIXTURES & HOME DECOR SHOWROOM CLOSING. 29 CHARLES STREET, NEEDHAM, MA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 AT 10:00AM INSPECTION: MORNING OF SALE – 8:00 AM. PaineAuctioneers.com; 617-731-4455

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10/13/2018
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RETURN DATE: OCTOBER 30, 2018 BANK OF AMERICA, NA VS HOOKS, TRACY A/K/A HOOKS, TRACEY ET AL SUPERIOR COURT J.D. OF NEW BRITAIN AT NEW BRITAIN STATE OF CONNECTICUT NOTICE TO DENISE HOOKS, IF LIVING OR NOT LIVING, HER WIDOWER, HEIRS, REPRESENTATIVES AND CREDITORS, IF LIVING OR TO HIS/HER WIDOW(ER), HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES, REPRESENTATIVES AND CREDITORS The Plaintiff has named Denise Hooks, If Living or Not Living, Her Widower, Heirs, Representatives and Creditors, if living, and her widower, heirs, beneficiaries, representatives and creditors, if not living, as parties defendant in the complaint which it is bringing to the above named court seeking a foreclosure of its mortgage upon premises known as 409 BURRITT STREET, NEW BRITAIN, Connecticut. This complaint is returnable to court on October 30, 2018 and will be pending therein after that date. The plaintiff has represented to said court, by means of an affidavit annexed to the said complaint, that despite all reasonable efforts to ascertain such information, it has been unable to determine the residence of the said Denise Hooks, If Living or Not Living, Her Widower, Heirs, Representatives and Creditors, if living, or the identity or residence of her widow, heirs, beneficiaries, representatives and creditors, if not living. Now, therefore, it is hereby ordered under C.G.S § 52-69 and Practice Book § 11-6 that notice of the institution of this action be given to each such defendant by some proper officer causing a true and attested copy of this order be published in the NEW BRITAIN HERALD once a week for 2 weeks, commencing on or before OCTOBER 13, 2018, and that return of service be made to the Court. Judge J. Morgan Stefan Petraske Assistant Clerk, Superior Court Judicial District of NEW BRITAIN 9-13-18 A TRUE COPY ATTEST: JOHN T. FIORILLO CONNECTICUT STATE MARSHAL

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10/12/2018
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LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF BERLIN ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS In accordance with the State of Connecticut General Statutes and the Town of Berlin Zoning Regulations, Public Hearings will be held at a Regular Meeting of the Berlin Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday, October 23, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. in the Berlin Town Hall, Town Council Chambers, 240 Kensington Road to hear the following: 36 and 86 Commerce Street, Map 17-2/Block 133/Lots 17A and 17B The application of Michael A. Ceccorulli, Esq. for Commerce Street Holdings LLC request for interpretation of Sec. VII(D)(2)(a) of the Town of Berlin Zoning Regulations. 525 Worthington Ridge, Map 10-4/Block 83C/Lot 15 Thomas DeSantos, member, is requesting a variance for a front yard setback of 17 feet when 35 feet is required for reconstruction of the dwelling with front porch in the R-15 zone per Berlin Zoning Regulations Section V.A.10. The property is owned by WCTD Investments LLC. 69 Cottage Street, Map 17-2/Block 151/Lot 5A Donna Slimskey is requesting a variance for a separation distance of 9 feet to the accessory structure garage when 12 feet is required for a rear deck in the R-11 zone per Berlin Zoning Regulations Section V.B.5. The applications are available for inspection at the Planning and Zoning Department, Room 7, Berlin Town Hall. Sandra Coppola, Secretary Zoning Board of Appeals

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10/12/2018
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