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Local News for West Haven, Connecticut

01/21/2021

Annawon Lodge elects new Master

Saturday, Jan. 9, West Haven Annawon Lodge 115 AF&AM installed its officer core for the coming year. Leading the slate was newly elected Worshipful Master Edward Anyafulu. Anyafulu, stated his goals as worshipful master, “Our lodge has been privileged to serve the West Haven community for decades and now more than ever our community needs READ MORE.
01/21/2021

Letters

Questions process Recently, the West Haven City Council voted unanimously to declare racism as a “public health crisis” in the City of West Haven.  Below are the comments that I made to the City Council in public session prior to the vote.  The comments do not speak in favor of or against the declaration, but READ MORE.
01/21/2021

New order defended by officials

It was a short note from the mayor’s office last week, but has some eyebrows raised. As of its publication last week, all department heads are forbidden to answer questions from City Council members unless those questions are sent in writing, and cc’d to the mayor and her executive assistant, Louis Esposito. Calls to the READ MORE.
01/21/2021

City’s annual MLK tribute is streamed

By Michael P. Walsh Special to the Voice The city celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday with a virtual ceremony now airing on West Haven’s YouTube channel. The program commemorated the enduring legacy of King, who inspired a national movement in the 1960s and steered Black Americans in the struggle for civil rights. READ MORE.
01/21/2021

Virtual town hall slated for Feb 3

Mayor Nancy R. Rossi and her staff invite residents to participate in a virtual town hall meeting on Zoom at 6 p.m. Feb. 3. The community event is aimed at fostering communication and transparency between City Hall and West Haven residents. Residents can join the virtual town hall at the following Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9103126390. The READ MORE.
01/21/2021

Minority Leader Cohen assesses city

In the Jan 7 edition, Mayor Nancy Rossi and City Council Chairman, Ron Quagliani, provided their assessment of 2020 and what goals they set for this year. In this issue, we asked Councilman Barry Lee Cohen, Co-Minority Leader (R-10), to offer his 2020 reflections, responses, and the priorities he feels the city should be focusing READ MORE.

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