Thursday, October 27, 2011

Derby Greenway gets 2 new signs

Dignitaries pose for a photo in front of one of the new information signs for the Derby Greenway. They are, left to right; David Ahearn (Greenway Committee member), Mayor Anthony Staffieri, Meghan Ruta (Housatonic Valley Association water protection manager), Bob Araujo and Susan Hitchcock (Both of Sikorsky Aircraft, who donated the funds for the signs). Taking the photo is Jack Walsh, Chairman of the Greenway committee. Peter Casolino/Register

By Patricia Villers
Register Staff
DERBY — Two signs detailing the history and recreational benefits of the Naugatuck and Housatonic rivers were installed along the Greenway Wednesday.
Representatives of the Cornwall Bridge-based Housatonic Valley Association, Sikorsky Aircraft and other officials joined Mayor Anthony Staffieri and Economic Development Director Sheila O’Malley at the entrance to O’Sullivan’s Island to mark the installation.
O’Sullivan’s Island, which is actually a 10-acre peninsula, is at the confluence of the two rivers. It is a Brownfields site that was cleaned up by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and now offers recreational opportunities to residents.

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