Latest: The text change application has been referred to the City of Stamford Planning Board and will be discussed at their meeting on April 9th starting at 6:30pm in the 4th floor cafeteria of the Government Center, 888 Washington Blvd., Stamford. As of April 2, the agenda hadn’t been posted yet, but we’ve been advised that the application for the soccer club text change will be put forward by the Applicant at the April 9th meeting. https://www.stamfordct.gov/node/2016/agenda/201
A “soccer club” is not a permitted use in this neighborhood and we oppose changing the Zoning Regulations in this way for the following reasons: Continue reading “North Stamford Association Opposes Proposed Zoning Regulations Text Change to allow a private soccer club at the former Long Ridge Swim & Tennis Club.”
Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 6:30pm-8:00pm at the Long Ridge Fire Company, 366 Old Long Ridge Road. The forum is open to members of the North Stamford Association. Non-members can join or renew at the door.
This educational forum aims to provide historical context, information and education about the zoning processes so that when particular applications become the focus of attention we can better understand how the various boards interact , the procedural steps, the opportunity for advocacy and the fact that specific changes may impact more than the property in question.
RSVP Not Required. New members with proof of 06903 residence may join at the door.
Please email your questions for the speakers to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
TIME: 7:00 – 8:00 PM
WHERE: THE ITALIAN CENTER, STAMFORD
Michael Freimuth, Executive Director, Capital Region Development Authority and Thomas Madden ,Director of Economic Development, City of Stamford along with State Senator Alex Bergstein will discuss how to attract and retain businesses in Connecticut.
This event is free and open to the public. Bring your friends and neighbors, ideas and insights. We will engage in constructive dialogue so that together we can achieve a thriving Connecticut!
NOTE: “The North Stamford Association does not endorse or support the positions of any individual elected official or political party and is providing this announcement as a service to our members”
This event is free and open to the public. Bring your friends, neighbors, ideas and insights. We will engage in civil, respectful and constructive dialogue, so that together we can achieve a thriving Connecticut!
Click here for the details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1948467748783568/
Long Ridge Fire Company – 366 Old Long Ridge Road
State Senate and Representative Candidate Participants:
+ Alexandra Bergstein (D)
+ Scott Frantz (R)
+ Matthew Blumenthal (D)
+ Anzelmo Graziosi (R)
District 149 + Livvy Floren (R)
For additional information about the North Stamford Association, please: visit www.northstamfordassoc.org or email email@example.com. RSVP Not Required. New members with proof of 06903 residence may join at the door.
Please email your questions for the candidates to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
As President of the North Stamford Association, the attached opposition statement was entered into record and was well received by the Board. Three and a half hours of public comment did convince the majority of the Board of Reps to support the amendment resulting in an 8-1 Committee vote to send the amendment to the full Board of Reps this Monday October 1st.
The Public Hearing may be viewed by clicking HERE.
It is cheap. Sample fares include:
One Way (valid for two hours) – $1.75. For Seniors it is $0.85
All Day Pass – $3.50. Seniors – $1.70
There are other fare options including Youth fares and multi-ride tickets so for more info check out:
High Ridge Road – Route 331
Long Ridge Road – Route 336
Stamford Buses – Network Map
If you haven’t already responded, PLEASE RSVP BY THIS SUNDAY SEPT. 23 so that we can have a good count for our caterer LaRocca’s Country Market
For those who are coming, please enter via the double door on the left side of the firehouse.
Hope to see you at the Meeting.
The North Stamford Association Annual Meeting and Luncheon is open to members of the Association.
RSVP – Please to:
by September 23, 2018
Nominated for the Board of Directors:
The CT primary is Tuesday, August 14. Please mark your calendars and vote. If you will not be in Stamford to vote that day you will need an absentee ballot. Absentee ballots are available at the Government Center or online at https://www.stamfordct.gov/town-clerk/pages/absentee-ballots
The midterm election is Tuesday, Nov. 6. Please mark your calendars.
6/21/18. Reminder: The North Stamford Association will host a ribbon cutting ceremony event at the newly refurbished Chestnut Hill Park on Saturday June 23rd at 10am at the Park on Chestnut Hill Road in North Stamford. The event will be held RAIN or SHINE.
Mayor David Martin will cut the ribbon with representatives of Parks and Recreation, along with other city departments and organizations who assisted with the planning, design, and construction of the revitalized park grounds and addition of new play equipment. The North Stamford Association will provide refreshments to attendees. Everyone is welcome. There is no charge for this event. Please join us to celebrate this North Stamford gem.