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Howland & Associates Proud to Help Sponsor ‘Trunk or Treat’

‘Trunk or treat’ sweetens Halloween Published 4:59 pm, Tuesday, November 5, 2013 A steady drizzle failed to dampen the spirits of a single soul on Halloween in downtown New Milford. And how could it? New Milford Parks & Recreation again hosted its popular Halloween Trunk or Treat, a trick-or-treating event, Oct. 31 along the Village Green on

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‘Green’ Solution Found for Proposed Library Parking – Porous Asphalt

From Susan Tuz of the New Milford Spectrum: “Municipalities throughout the state and New England may soon come to Sherman as a learning destination when building in their towns. The inspiration could be a “green” solution reached recently for creation of a 36-vehicle parking area included in the Sherman Library expansion plans. Civil engineer Paul

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Sherman Library + Porous Asphalt = Unique Solution to Tight Site!

From the Citizen News: The new plans for the Sherman Library were presented at length at both the Inland Wetlands Commission and the Planning and Zoning Commission recent regular meetings by the engineer for the project, Paul Szymanski. Because of the difficulty of the site and the small amount of space to work with, there

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Sherman Library Expansion Receives Certificate of Appropriateness from HDC

From the Sherman Sentinel: The Sherman Library board, represented by their engineer, Paul Szymanski, and Hudson Valley Preservation designer, Ma­son Lord, presented updated plans to the Wetlands, Planning and Zoning and Historic District Commissions at their meet­ings held on January 19, and February 4 and 8. These latest plans for the 6,200 foot addition and

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