COMMENTARY: Chalk Hill could be turne...

COMMENTARY: Chalk Hill could be turned into a community asset

There are 1 comment on the The Monroe Courier story from May 16, 2012, titled COMMENTARY: Chalk Hill could be turned into a community asset. In it, The Monroe Courier reports that:

Chalk Hill has been a town building since July 1, 2011. It is now May 2012. In those 10-plus months, no plan was formulated or study done to see if Chalk Hill was sustainable to stay open or be closed.

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Trumbull, CT

#1 May 16, 2012
How about we let the commercial/employees daycare go rent somewhere else and close this building. It seems the noisy few and some town employees are busy shopping for excuses to keep this building open. Anything to waste tax dollars.

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