Resignations, appointments, reappointments as well as infrastructure projects were just some of the many topics raised at the Norwalk Common Council's meeting Tuesday night.
Micael Mocciae was reappointed as the director of parks and recreation. Edward Camacho and Ann Dwyer were both appointed to the Board of Estimate and Taxation, while Vincent Amoruccio was appointed to the Board of Health Commission. David Hollar and John McKennas were appointed to the Oak Hills Authority, and Thomas Devine to the Redevelopment Agency.
Members highlighted a number of different projects including an agreement made with McVac Environmental Services for the cleaning of the Carlin Street culvert.
"It's a systematic approach, an engineering approach to solving a problem that is unfortunately on a day like today very present for the residents of this area and it's very important," said council member David McCarthy.
The council also discussed authorization of the reconstruction of Rowayton Avenue. With 80 percent federal funded and 20 percent state funded, the council expect costs for this project will not exceed $230,700.