1 VoteFix it! Voted!1 City Hall Ansonia, CT
Studying the waste capacities closer and pre determining future population strains from both Derby & Ansonia on the pending Ansonia treatment system raises two beneficial questions.
1) How does one document limitations as an agreement with Ansonia & Derby knowing the designed system has a max capacity and DEP compliance usage? The preceding question concerns a possible moratorium on develops & increased populations in both municipalities where both WPCA boards monitor development activity as to not strain the modern system.
2) Will both municipalities be allowed to benefit from the pending ENERGY ASSETS derived from the Greenpoint Energy waste sludge system designed into the waste system infrastructure? This becomes an attractive pitch from Ansonia’s concept to deploy this joint operation dealing with multiple municipality use.
These are critical terms to keep RED flags from rising causing a Sh*t flinging contests between two municipalities.
WARNING- Tabled personal and public benefit agendas from both municipalities need to be aligned and be presented wide open from the very start of the concept.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!525 E Main St Ansonia, CT
It appears someone had beat me to this issue already as it continues to generate fairly accurate opinion through many WEB and other media outlets. Good question, will it be in the age or generation of the valley baby-boomers to see a visual change to the buildings on upper East Main and lower North Main Streets? Example, the next half of decade? By the largest media account this "YouTube" link below has also awakened me like 3,184 others through comment stating the town of Ansonia is either a fire trap or some kind of pit. It is YouTube number 1 by categorically doing a simple-search “Ansonia, CT” in the search bar. What a grand entrance to the town & label to the internet’s hottest site seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfdsYTHaT9o
Did a superintendent miss something on clean-up day?