Wednesday, March 15, 2017

CANCELED: Public Information Session on Eversource Right-of-Way Management in Middletown

UPDATE, March 15: The Eversource Vegetation Management Public Information Session scheduled for this evening at 6:00 has been CANCELED due to conflicts associated with yesterday’s snowstorm. The meeting will be rescheduled to a later date and notice posted accordingly.

 On March 15, 2017, from 6:00 to 7:00, the City will host a public information session with Eversource concerning right-of-way management.  The goal of the session is to help educate the public on Eversource’s vegetation and right-of-way management best practices used on the transmission corridors here in Connecticut.  Representatives from Eversource’s Vegetation Management and Environmental Licensing & Permitting teams will be making a presentation and answering questions. The City looks forward to an open dialogue between residents and Eversource. The event will be held in the Council Chambers of City Hall located at 245 deKoven Drive.

For more information, please contact Michelle Ford, Middletown Planning, Conservation and Development Department, at (860) 344-3401, or

1 comment:

Hiker said...

Will the Mayor be present to address why he didn't respond to landowners' urgent requests for his intervention when this project was first announced by letter to adjacent residents. The project is way out of control and horribly destructive. It is nearly complete in the areas where I hike. What restorations can be made? What herbicides can be expected to be used in the future?