Wednesday April 18th 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Long Ridge Fire House – Old Long Ridge Road
Join fellow NSA members to hear from and engage directly with three real estate professionals who live in North Stamford.
* Anthony Ardino – William Raveis
* Barbara Hickey – William Pitt / Sothebys
* Thomas Kijeck – William Raveis Continue reading “Reminder: Real Estate Forum, April 18th”
DATE: Saturday, May 19th
TIME: 11 AM-1 PM — Trash pickup and barberry removal
ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT INFO:
Meet at 11 AM at the end of Mill Stream Road, Stamford
Stay for Group picnic at 1 PM!
“This process has been slow-going, especially in North Stamford, which received the brunt of the damage from multiple March storms,” said Mayor Martin. “But progress is being made, and I want to assure residents that we will get to your house. But winter is hanging on, and every additional storm delays the pickup.” Continue reading “Update on Storm Debris Pickup; Leaf Bags Will Be Picked Up”
Real Estate Forum – Wednesday April 18th 6:30 – 8:00pm
Long Ridge Fire House – Old Long Ridge Road
Join fellow NSA members at our next Forum focusing on Real Estate. Three of our own NSA member real estate professionals will serve as panelists to present their thoughts on: Continue reading “Real Estate Forum, Wednesday April 18th”
The Connecticut Department of Transportation will be resurfacing Route 104 (Long Ridge Road) from 0.28 miles north of Route 15 to 0.11 miles south of Riverbank Road during the 2018 construction season. It was determined that the sections of Route 104 between just south of Northwood Lane to just south of Riverbank Road, a distance of approximately 2.70 miles, is a candidate for the installation of centerline rumble strips. The Department is requesting the City’s approval for the installation of centerline rumble strips in this area. The City would like your feedback related to the desirability of centerline rumble strips in your community. I’ve provided more information below about centerline rumble strips so that you may understand their benefits. While they are a proven safety countermeasure, they do have drawbacks. External noise caused by traffic crossing rumble strips may negatively impact communities as they may disturb adjacent homeowners and may affect protected wildlife species. Continue reading “Resurfacing of Long Ridge Road”
“STAMFORD — Following a municipal election that had residents calling for the city to crack down on zoning violations, lawmakers have added teeth to an enforcement ordinance.”
Click HERE for the full article from the Advocate.
3/12/18. City-Wide Storm Debris Pick Up to Now Start March 19th STAMFORD, CT –
Mayor David Martin and Director of Operations Ernie Orgera today [yesterday] announced an updated start date for the city-wide storm debris pickup. Due to another nor’easter last week and expected snow tomorrow, the pickup will now begin on Monday, March 19th with a crew starting in North Stamford working south, and a second crew starting in the southern part of the city, working north. Continue reading “City-Wide Storm Debris Pick Up to Now Start March 19th STAMFORD, CT”
- Art projects
- Community gardens
- Sidewalk planters
- Community clean-up efforts
- “Adopt-a-spot” plantings
- Graffiti or weed control.
As an involved resident of North Stamford we seek your ideas on projects to be submitted under the North Stamford Association umbrella. Several projects may be submitted, however the NSA must rank its project preferences. Please respond to this email with your ideas no later than Wednesday February 21st. email@example.com
Stamford residents fight change that would allow High Ridge health club
By Angela Carella Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Watch the video of the public meeting at http://cityofstamford.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=20&clip_id=6761
The Board deferred making a decision on the text change and asked for more information on the FAR, more clarity on building characteristics/historic preservation (the issue raised by Ms. Godzeno) and a definition of a “Physical Culture Establishment.” The applicant will attend the Planning Board meeting on Feb. 20 to answer the remaining questions. Chair Dell will determine whether the public will be allowed to speak at that meeting. In the past, she’s been very receptive to allowing the public to speak. The next step would be a referral to the Zoning Board when a public meeting would be required.
Following is a link to Mr. Kim’s presentation charts—you will notice a link for their video is included in the presentation. SPS Overview for Community 1-18NorthStamford
You are encouraged to attend the upcoming Budget Public Hearing, scheduled for Tuesday, February 6, at 7:00 at Westover Elementary School.
This member only event is free to North Stamford Association members and non-member residents of 06903 may join the Association at the door.
The recent election elevated the dialog about land use, zoning, and development to new heights. The North Stamford Association actively participated in several planning and zoning meetings to express great concern and on occasion, direct opposition to proposals that were in direct conflict with our mission. Several proposals, whether within or outside of the 06903 zip code would, if implemented, negatively impact traffic, availability of city services, or strain existing infrastructures, with significant overflow or ripple implications for our North Stamford community. Continue reading “Message from the North Stamford Association President – Winter 2018”