Health exchange COO says ruling doesn’t affect sign-ups
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The head of Connecticut's health insurance exchange tried to assure residents Saturday that a federal judge's ruling will not affect their ability to sign up for and use 2019 plans offered through Access Health CT.
Chief Executive Officer James Michel's comments came less than 24 hours after a Texas judge ruled the Obama health law is unconstitutional.
Indian court orders Briton held during copter bribery probe
NEW DELHI (AP) — An Indian court on Wednesday ruled that officials may hold a British man while they investigate him for alleged bribery in a canceled $670 million helicopter deal between India and an Italian defense company.
• Patricia E. Dunleavy and Jerome E. Bachman, Glenburn Twp., to Lucinda Ruth and Dana Alan Pratt, Factoryville; a property at 112 Park Blvd., Glenburn Twp., for $93,000.
• Fidelity Deposit & Discount Bank, Dunmore, to Ryan Ermel, Old Forge; a property at 310 Sussex St., Old Forge, for $100,000.
• Ashley Wilson to Colleen Warring; a property at 234 First St., Blakely, for $124,900.
GREENWICH — Major work is slated to begin in Old Greenwich next month, as the drainage improvement project for the village resumes.
Large storm drain pipes are to be installed beneath Park Avenue and portions of Arcadia Road, Lockwood Avenue and Highview Avenue, according to the town Department of Public Works. The project is expected to take six to eight months to complete with the final restoration of the roads tentatively set for the fall, but weather and other complications could delay that.
Route 1 at Sherwood Place in Greenwich will be closed for street work beginning Tuesday
GREENWICH — Ongoing work by the town to improve the downtown drainage system will require Route 1 at Sherwood Place to be closed starting Tuesday.
The intersection, which is a heavily trafficked area near the Whole Foods supermarket and the Shell station, will be closed for about a month, depending on the weather, according to the town’s Department of Public Works.
The traffic pattern in the area is being altered so a storm drain can be installed.
GREENWICH — Construction work on a new storm drain will provide some evening disruption around East Putnam Avenue in downtown Greenwich for the next few months.
The project is designed to improve drainage along East Putnam Avenue between Church Street and Sherwood Place. Work began Monday night.
GREENWICH — In an effort to increase safety around schools in an era with more cars on the road and more parents driving their children to school, the town is changing school zone traffic signs and Greenwich Police are deploying officers to areas where collisions are most frequent during school drop-off and pick-up times.
GREENWICH — A town agency has given its approval to a project that many residents say is years overdue — the dredging of Binney Park pond.
But don’t expect the islands of silt there to disappear anytime soon.
“We’ll be starting around this time next year, assuming we obtain the budget to do the project,” Deputy Commissioner of Public Works James Michel told members of the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency this week. “We believe we can do...
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