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File Photo: Milford's ability to get flood insurance was the focus of a state memo this week. (Photo by Ralph Petitti)

State memo threatens city’s flood insurance

A state memo suggesting there may be a problem with Milford’s standing with the National Flood Insurance Program has local environmentalists saying big trouble is looming, but city officials say that matters concerning the flood plain are well under control.

Robert Satti fills Gensure’s unexpired term on school board

The Milford Board of Education voted to name Robert Satti a new member, filling the unexpired term of Democrat George Gensure in the third district.

A for sale sign hung outside of 990 Naugatuck Avenue, the site of a controversial recycling facility, last April.

DEEP issues long-awaited recommendation on Recycling Inc.

State officials released a statement today about an application from Recycling Inc. to expand operations, noting that a hearing officer recommends the request be denied and Recycling Inc. ordered to shut down.

Irish Heritage Society meets Tuesday

The main discussion will focus on the club’s newly purchased club house that was formerly the Star Café.

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