City traffic commissioners held off on clearing the way for the proposed west side two-way bike track along Edgewood from Forest Road to Park Street until they hear that the neighborhood’s alders are on board.
They’ve worked together to fight blight and slumlords and to plan for development on Route 34. Now the three alders — dubbed “Three the Hard Way” and the “Three Musketeers”—representing Dwight, Edgewood and West River are seeking another term to focus in on jobs for their constituents.
A developer managing the Antillean Manor subsidized housing cooperative failed Thursday to secure the votes it needs to reconstitute the facility’s board — the first step to buying out residents, tearing down the hopelessly deteriorated complex and constructing new mixed-income apartments there.
After nearly three years spent convincing Westville, Edgewood and Dwight neighbors of the benefits of a two-way cycle track stretching from Forest Road to Park Street, city planners found one group left to convince: Republicans.
Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH) announced it is following up on a promise to provide better outpatient care in New Haven—this time with same-day joint procedures, and a therapy regimen most people can do from home.