1. Today should be mostly sunny, with a high around 35, according to the National Weather Service. Tonight should be partly cloudy, with a low around 19, according to the service.
2. 22 Miner Lane LLC, which is based out of New Haven, has resubmitted a proposal to the Planning and Zoning Commission to turn 22 Miner Lane into a 45-unit condominium complex spread across eight buildings.
In 2012, 22 Miner Lane LLC submitted a proposal to the commission for a 48-unit condo complex, although withdrew it after the commission raised several questions with the proposal. Now, 22 Miner Lane LLC has resubmitted its application, this time with only 45 units and with 21 more parking spaces at the property for a total of 95.
The application has already been approved by the Conservation Commission.
3. Tonight is the monthly meeting of Waterford American Legion Post 161 at Jordan Park House, which is at the corner of Avery Lane and Rope Ferry Road.
The post is being reactivated, and is looking for old members to return and new members to join, according to Harold Hansen, who posted the event on this website.
For more information, call Hansen at (860) 442-5498.
4. There are three town meetings tonight, all of which are open to the public.
The Youth Services Advisory Board meets at 5:30 in the Waterford Youth Services Bureau, the Economic Development Commission meets at 6:30 in Town Hall and the Ethics Commission meets at 7:30 in the Waterford Police Department.
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5. On this date in 1792, George Washington signed the Postal Service Act, which established the United States Post Office. And on this date in 2003, a fire broke out in a West Warick, RI nightclub, which killed 100 people and injured another 200.
Quote of the Day
“One forgives to the degree that one loves.”
-Francois de La Rochefoucauld
Trivia of the Day
How old is Michael Jordan?
Yesterday’s Answer: Sam Houston was the only man to serve two non-consecutive terms as the president of the Republic of Texas.