GNA hosted a presentation on Stamford Housing Safety and Zoning at Union Memorial
Church. The presentation is available here. The members of City of Stamford's Housing Safety and Zoning task
us to stay in touch about housing and blight issues. Their names and contact details
|Marjorie Beauchette||Health Inspector II||(203) email@example.com|
|Dan Trapp||Land Use Inspector||(203) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ted Panagiotopoulos||Deputy Fire Marshall||(203) email@example.com|
|Ron Miller||Interim Director of Environmental Inspections||(203) firstname.lastname@example.org|
The agenda included guest speakers Jennifer Hallissey, V.P. Education at United Way of Western Connecticut and Mark Bonasera, Principal, Julia Stark Elementary School. Candidates for the 2011 Stamford election introduced themselves to the meeting attendees. Brief remarks and updates were given by Glenbrook's elected officials, Jay Fountain and Dan Fox.
The agenda included a discussion with Dan Colleluori, Supervisor of Stamford's Solid Waste and Recycling, State Representative Dan Fox, State Rep Gerald Fox III, and State Senator Carlo Leone.
We had a great turn out with many new volunteers of all ages.
The five candidates vying for Carlo Leone's former seat in the State House of Representatives participated in a Candidates Forum. The organizations sponsoring the forum were the Glenbrook Neighborhood Association, Cove Neighborhood Association, and the League of Women Voters. Miriam Kliewe served as moderator.
GNA hosted a panel discussion about development in Glenbrook's Village Commercial District (VCD) featuring designers, developers, and realtors. Participants were David Kooris of Regional Plan Association; Joe Criscuolo, Glenbrook commercial property owner; Donald Corbo of New England Properties; Robin Stein, retired Stamford Land Use Bureau Chief; Rob Lane, consultant who worked with GNA to create the VCD; Richard Redniss, President of Redniss & Mead, Inc., a Stamford based urban design and planning & zoning consulting firm; and Developer, Ernie Bello.
The agenda included a discussion with Julia A. Stark School Principal, William Johnson, Assistant Principal, Catherine Macchio and PTO President, Stephanie O'Shea and State Representative Carlo Leone.