Tuesday, June 30, 2009

LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Delay for Pinnacle Heights Sale Hearing to August 4th.The other two sales hearing will be held Tuesday the 7th.of July


Anonymous said...

What is the council trying to hide regarding Pinnacle Heights?

Anonymous said...


Could you possibly get a copy of these resolutions and post them for us? I will pay you back for whatever fees you may need to pay for the copies.

Many of us work and are not able to obtain these resolutions and would be most grateful to you for doing this for us.

Fellow Citizen

Anonymous said...

NEW BRITAIN, CT - June 30, 200.

The Common Council and the Committee on Planning, Zoning and Housing will hold a rescheduled Public Hearing on Tuesday evening, July 7, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 27 West Main Street, New Britain, Connecticut for the following: Resolution #30674 has been rescheduled to Public Hearing August 4, 2009 - Re: Sale of city owned property at 34 Marimac Road known as Pinnacle Heights with NB-BT2, LLC.

AGENDA: Public Hearing ­July 7, 2009 - Resolution #30675 - Re: Purchase and Sale of 121-131 Main Street, New Britain to Arete Development Group.

AGENDA: ­Public Hearing July 7, 2009 - Resolution #30680 - Re: George A. Quigley Parking Garage adjacent to The Hospital of Central Connecticut ­Terminate the Ground Lease and Management Agreement effective December 31, 2011.

At these hearings interested persons may be heard and written communications may be received.

Item #30675 and Item #30680 are available for public inspection during normal business hours in the Office of the Town and City Clerk, City Hall, 27 West Main Street, New Britain, CT.

Anonymous said...

In a statement supporting the Democratic budget plan, Representative O’Brien said the following:

"This budget makes the choice to be fair by asking the wealthiest people in the state - those with incomes over $500,000 a year - to contribute just a little more to be able to meet the important needs of our state."

This statement appears to once again create that all too familiar class warfare by giving the impression that they are only going to tax those damn rich people making over $500,000, but before deciding on this budget, please consider the following:

The Democratic budget contains a new tax on all business income that taxes all business profits at 25% and this does not only apply to income over $500,000, it applies to all business profits.

The Democratic budget increases the cigarette tax by 75 cents per pack, bringing the state tax on cigarettes to $2.75 per pack or $27.50 per carton.

The Democratic budget increases the fees for admission to state parks by an undisclosed amount.

The Democratic budget increases the license fees the state charges for all professional licenses and “other items” that have yet to be revealed to the public.

Governor Rell is correct in her statements that this budget would devastate Connecticut businesses and did the correct thing to veto it.

Anonymous said...

How many months did it take O'Brien to decide to support this budget? He has been trying to decide for months whether to run for mayor, but just can't seem to make up his mind.

Maybe he had help deciding this one, since it is similar language that other Democrats and even the unions are using in their statements.

We need a mayor that has more to offer us than just boiler plate info, don't we?

Anonymous said...

O'Brien is not trying to decide- he is waiting to see if Mayor Stewart runs again. He is only going to run if Mr Stewart does not. Write it down....

Anonymous said...

In opposing the deal with the Hospital of Central Connecticut Garage Alderman Phil Sherwood was quoted in the New Britain Herald saying “WE HAVE THE POWER.”

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Could it be that the Mayor is being driven to drink by his unlucky number 13?

I agree!

Anonymous said...

The Council had nothig to do with delaying the PH hearing until August 4th. Call the Mayor's office.

Nobody is hiding anything.

Anonymous said...

Is there a correlation between Wal*Mart closing in August and the postponement of the Public Hearing Delay of Pinnacle Heights Sale from July 7 to August 4?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Is there a correlation between Wal*Mart closing in August and the postponement of the Public Hearing Delay of Pinnacle Heights Sale from July 7 to August 4?

July 1, 2009 5:42 PM

Phil Sherwood or Tim O'Brien must have come up with this one. Who else would be that stupid as to chase another business out of town to torpedo another of the Mayor's initiatives?? Ask your minority constituents, Phil and Tim, how do your people feel about losing 162 jobs?

I guess they'll just get more help from the welfare state. Too bad, most of those who work there were nice, helpful people.

Anonymous said...

Sorry Frank, wrong again:

Termination of a lease does not require a public hearing. The only item coming up on July 7 is the sale of 121-131 Main St. See you there.

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