Ed Vollmer, a member of the appointed Historical Review Committee, during a discussion Thursday of the group’s responsibility to create an update a “Historic Resource Inventory” of New Canaan—a listing of structures here with historical significance—said the document wouldn’t be public. Saying he had been approached by Realtors in the past about such a listing, Vollmer recommended the Inventory be kept at the New Canaan Historical Society, rather than online, forcing those wishing to see it to go there. “It is available to public if they want to go get it, but I don’t want to make it easy,” he said. Here’s that section of the meeting:
First Selectman Kevin Moynihan said Monday during a meeting of the Selectmen’s Advisory Committee on Buildings & Infrastructure that he has an “unusual sleep cycle” and typically awakens between 3 and 4 a.m.
New Canaan Police shared this photo and message Thursday through the department’s Instagram account, showing the family of Officer Rex Sprosta visiting him on the job with a sign saying “We love u Dad”: “During these unprecedented times in our town, country and world one thing is known, the women and men of the New Canaan Police Department are here for all of our residents. We are dedicated to providing the best service possible under these very stressful times.