In this issue:
- HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION SATURDAY
- “Stamford Wild” Science Cafe, This Monday Night
- Bull’s Head Getting Busier?
- Recent Property Transfers in 06903
Hazardous Waste Collection, Saturday, 9-2 at Rippowam M.S.
City-Sponsored Hazardous Waste Recycling Day on High Ridge
As a Stamford resident, you may drop off your household hazardous waste at a City sponsored Hazardous Waste Recycling Day this Saturday, July 16th, from 9am to 2pm at Rippowam Middle School, 381 High Ridge Road.
From the City’s website, items accepted include: Aerosol Cans (not empty), Ammonia, Antifreeze, Arts and Crafts Supplies, Bleaches, Brake Fluid, Cesspool Cleaners, Creosote, Drain Cleaners and Openers, Dry Cleaning Fluids, Engine and Radiator Flushes and Cleaners, Floor Cleaners, Gasoline, Herbicides, Home Heating Oil, Insect Sprays, Mercury Thermometers, Metal Polish, Moth Balls, Muriatic Acid, Old Chemistry Sets, Oven Cleaners, Paint Thinners, Pesticides, Photo Chemicals, Pool Chemicals, Rodent Killers, Rust Preventatives, Sealants, Smoke Detectors, Solvents, Transmission Fluid, and Wood Preservatives.
For more info, contact Stamford Recycling & Sanitation.
The Known & Unknown Wildlife in Our Backyards
Science Cafe, Monday, July 18, 7-8:30pm, Kiwanis Park
Want to know more about the critters in your backyard? Stamford resident and biology professor Jason Munshi-South will speak about the wildlife that shares our city at the inaugural Stamford Science Café. “Stamford Wild: The Known and Unknown Wildlife in Our Backyards” is a free event to be held Monday, July 18th from 7pm-8:30 at Kiwanis Park, 79 Atlantic Street.
Sponsors include the local Pollinator Pathway project. Click here for more info…
Bull’s Head Getting Busier: Frank Pepe, Whole Foods, Saks Off 5th
New tenants announced for the former Lord & Taylor
As previously noted in this newsletter, Frank Pepe and Shake Shack are both planning expansions in Stamford with new locations in Bull’s Head on the site of the recently-demolished Bank of America drive-thru (next to CVS).
It’s now been officially announced that Whole Foods and Saks Off 5th will soon be moving into the former site of Lord & Taylor, adding to ongoing concerns about about the potential impact on traffic at this already-congested intersection.
North Stamford residents are rightly concerned about the impact these projects could have on travel time downtown – already thirty or more minutes for North Stamford residents during the rush hours. The NSA continues to monitor the situation closely, and will keep you updated.
Recent Property Transfers
Selected home sales in North Stamford, as reported by the Stamford Town Clerk:
- 10 Ravenglass Dr., 4 beds, 4 baths, 5,386 sf, $1,200,000
- 305 Laurel Rd., 4 beds, 5 baths, 6,800 sf, 1.2 acres, $2,400,000
- 97 Shady Ln., 4 beds, 3 baths, 3,161 sf, 1.6 acres, $765,500
- 40 Davenport Farm Ln. E, 4 beds, 6 baths, 9,703 sf, 1.53 acres, $1,495,000
- 135 Foxwood Rd., 4 beds, 4 baths, 3,906 sf, 1.49 acres, $900,000
- 85 Mayapple Rd., 4 beds, 4 baths, 5,521 sf, 1.32 acres, $1,185,000