Chatham Square Association

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Let's create a Mill River Trail to connect Fair Haven & East Rock Park

There's a movement afoot to create a trail along the Mill River that would connect East Rock Park and Fair Haven (all the way to Grand Avenue and possibly beyond).  This would be a great addition to our neighborhood and our city; if you agree, please consider voting and/or commenting on the issue via this SeeClickFix post:



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Comment by Thomas Burwell on November 14, 2014 at 11:08am
Dear Fair Haven neighbors,
We are at a very important crossroads to success happening right now. We are at a point now where we can achieve success. I stress the word WE because I can not do this alone. I can start the fire but WE must provide the energy to shine like the sun. Are You willing to step up and help lead this community into the future?

Friends, I ask you this following question with intensity and passion. And if you are not willing to step up and make this happen I strongly encourage you to not answer me. Here goes:

You are designing 3 parts to your neighborhood at this time;
A) a park
B) A central business district
C) a riverfront industrial district

Tell me. What do you envision them to be?
Comment by Thomas Burwell on November 14, 2014 at 11:07am
I will be there on Monday. This is one of 3 projects I want to discuss.
Comment by Natalie Coe on November 12, 2014 at 11:59am

Thanks, Diane and Lee.  I'm putting out feelers to see if I can get someone with more detailed knowledge of the project to come to the Economic & Community Development meeting on Monday.

Comment by Diane Panasci on November 12, 2014 at 9:52am

I have been delving more into the comments and maps and wow!I think this can be amazing for us. Can't wait to hear what others have to say on Monday.

Comment by Diane Panasci on November 11, 2014 at 11:29pm
Will this proposal come as far as Front Street? I am really interested in taking advantage of this great visual aspect of Chatham Square. I also feel it will create an added incentive to the destination approach of the two neighborhoods snd anchor support.
Comment by Lee Cruz on November 11, 2014 at 9:05pm

Thanks for posting this, Natalie. I will bring it to the attention of Economic & Community Development Committee next Monday if you are not there. Recently I was approached by a Yale student working for the City to gather information for this project. She came across info on related efforts by the late Tom Holahan and me circa 2006. I agree that we should all vote on SeeClickFix. Anyone can do so, either anonymously or with your email. If you include your email, the City may notify you to confirm they are working on it and/or convening a meeting. They cannot use your email address for anything else. 

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