Community Bulletin Board
- Waterbury Residents Save on Prescriptions
- $25,000 Grant to Mattatuck Historical Society
- Exchange Club to Host P.R. Specialist
- Easter Seals Aid Fund & Scholarships
- Scholarship Opportunity for High School Seniors
- Legislators Announce Funding for Waterbury
- Opening for 3 Spring Exhibitions at Museum
- Music @ The Matt: Pianist Julian Toha
- Palace Theater's April Events
- Public Hearing to be held for 'Common Core'
- CONNfection Food & Wine Event~March 27
- Mattatuck Museum 'Free Day' features Landscapes
Main Street Waterbury by Carl Rosa
Main Street Waterbury….The Center of It All! That’s exactly what is happening down here. We are the center for events and activities. As the year winds down, it’s time to take a look at the many events that occurred in downtown Waterbury recently as well as those yet to come.
Welcome to Main Street Waterbury. It’s springtime and time for a good spring-cleaning especially downtown! If I sound like a broken record on litter issues…. so be it.
I will keep banging the drum for a cleaner downtown until we are spotless!
Welcome to Main Street Waterbury and Happy New Year!
You may recall my New Year's message from last year regarding Resolutions. Let's see how we did in 2005.
Welcome to December and the Downtown Waterbury Holiday Season. Calling all Volunteers! We need your help! That's right. Main Street Waterbury needs your help with our ongoing projects to revitalize downtown Waterbury. If you are creative, work well with people, and are enthused about the future of Waterbury, we want you.
Welcome to Main Street Waterbury. Well now that the kids are back in school it won't be long before they're looking at their first quarter report cards to see how they're measuring up. Main Street Waterbury has measured up very well having just received our first annual program assessment and report from the Connecticut Main Street Center.
Welcome to Main Street Waterbury. It's August and you might say we're in the dog days of summer. Despite the heat and humidity, a lot of great things have been happening downtown. First let me comment as a follow-up to my July column and my comments regarding litter prevention for downtown Waterbury. Here's an update. I'm pleased to say that thanks to the efforts of the Litter and Beautification Commission and Mike Ptak, the Waterbury Police can now issue tickets to litter bugs. The fine is $100. This applies citywide.
Welcome to Main Street Waterbury. It's summertime in the Brass City. That means more people out and about in Downtown Waterbury. It's great to see people walking around downtown, stopping into the various stores and restaurants, taking in some entertainment at Library Park and on the Green as well as other performance venues.
Hello and welcome to Main Street Waterbury in March 2006 and all the “madness” that goes along with it. I can’t think of a better way to compliment this month then with an opportunity to sample some fine food from the area’s best Chefs. That’s right; Main Street Waterbury is pleased to announce our second annual fundraising event “Eat Your Art Out 2006, Back for Seconds!” Save the date for Monday March 27th.
Welcome to Main Street Waterbury. Now that we're in the midst of autumn and the leaves have all but fallen, our thoughts are turning to the holiday season and the end of 2004. Although the colder months are vastly approaching, the work of Downtown Waterbury revitalization continues.
In my September column I touched upon two more of Main Street's eight principles for successful revitalization. They were Focusing on Existing Assets and Self-Help. For this issue I would like to cover the final two of the Eight principles, Incremental and Implementation Orientated.