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Morris Cove, Step Up
by Staff | Oct 10, 2012 8:18 am
Posted to: Morris Cove
East Shore neighbors can talk to top cops and city officials about what’s going on in Morris Cover at a community meeting Thursday night. Following is a press release with details:
ATTENTION: All Residents of the 18th Ward are invited and encouraged
to attend this important Community Meeting to discuss general info, as
well as neighborhood issues and concerns. Please join New Haven’s 18th
Ward Alderman Salvatore E. DeCola with:
˚ State Sen. Martin Looney
˚ State Rep. Robert Megna
˚ Alderman Alphonse Paolillo, Jr. (17)
˚ Assist. Police Chief Luiz Casanova
˚Assistant Fire Chief Patrick Eagan
*Police District Manage,Sgt. Vincent Anastasio.
All will be on hand to discuss the matters of importance to area
Nathan Hale School, Auditorium
480 Townsend Ave., New Haven
TIME: 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012
(If you are disabled or have any problem which will not allow you to
attend, please call Ald. DeCola at
203-641-1857, and he will drive you to this event.)
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Did not attend meeting because I’m tired of the lies and pretense of our public officials, well-meaning though they may be. The Cove is slowly deteriorating as owners are less able to maintain their homes. The City provides minimum services in the form of stop-gap patch and glue to whatever is broken. There is no plan, no vision. The City is out of ideas, except how to raise taxes on citizens then bestow largess to their supporters and flunkies.
Residents do not want the airport extended so- it will be extended.
Residents want more police coverage- denied
Residents want speeders stopped- radar trap once in a while.
The Cove has been left out on its own. Too bad we did not secede in 1980’s. It is almost too late to save it. Residents will voted with their feet, while they can.
To AMDC…I don’t understand your doom & gloom comments. I get the feeling you’re a negative type person based on your post. I moved away from the Cove years ago, but still have many friends there. 2 weeks ago, I visited someone off of Lighthouse Rd. As I drove through the Cove it was nice to see it’s still beautiful & continues to be the best part of New Haven. I agree the Cove doesn’t get enough attention by the police, but if you listen to the NHPD police scanner dispatches, you’ll quickly see why. Most of the city has turned into a battleground. And unfortunately it the same nitwits who are committing the crimes. There’s been 3-4 incidents of young children being shot across the US & these nitwits are the ones doing the shooting.
The airport expansion debate has been going on for years. And I’m dumbfounded by your comment that it’s almost too late to save it! I think your disatisfaction should be channeled into doing positive.