In Stamford, the city’s planning board delayed voting on a controversial boatyard plan. The agreement would grant Building and Land Technology city land to build a boatyard at Magee Avenue. After the board drafted a list of changes, it was decided by a 3-2 vote that the agreement would be submitted to the city and BLT for revision. The board is set to make a decision Tuesday.
In Greenwich, Yasmin Discua received a check for almost $25,000 through the Family Self Sufficiency program. The program, sponsored by Family Centers and the Greenwich Housing Authority, helps families save their own money for future use.
In Norwalk, the Common Council appointed a new member to the city’s planning commission Tuesday, but William Dunne’s appointment did not sit well with Council Democrats. Dunne has a history of publicly criticizing the party, and some felt he may not be able to work constructively with Democrats.
Dunne was appointed by an 8-4 vote; all four of those ‘no’ votes were cast by Democrats.
After making the top ten in the Miss America pageant, Stamford native, Miss Connecticut Kaitlyn Tarpey sat down with It's Relevant for what turned out to be an emotional interview.