MILFORD \u2014 The city website, www.ci.milford.ct.us, has a new look. The redesigned platform is easier to navigate, the city said in a written release. Users have \u201cone-stop\u201d access for locations such as Frequently Asked Questions, Business Information, and Online Services. This is the first major upgrade since the original site went live in November 2000. The work was done by the city\u2019s MIS employees. The site is an \u201cimportant hub of information and a critical link between city operations and our residents,\u201d said Mayor Benjamin G. Blake. New residents and visitors will often form their first impression of the city by looking at the site, Blake said. \u201cSince it\u2019s been said that \u2018There\u2019s never a second chance to make a good first impression,\u2019 a first-class web presence is vital,\u201d Blake said. Residents may sign up for \u201cE-Alerts\u201d sent through the city\u2019s emergency messaging system. A version of the site is also available for smartphones.