Tag: Michael Freda

Substance Abuse Focus: Early Warning Signs

North Haven First Selectman Mike Freda sits down with Founder and C.E.O. of My Bottom Line, Mary Marcuccio, as well as concerned parent and substance abuse advocate Joanne Hoffman to discuss the Early Warning Signs of Substance Abuse. Video courtesy NHTV.

/ September 8, 2014
Gil Simmons and Mike Freda

On the North Haven Green with Gil

NEWS 8’s Gil Simmons visited the North Haven Green this morning as part of WTNH’s “On the Green with Gil” series, where he was presented with the key to the town by First Selectman Mike Freda.

/ July 17, 2014

Two-Week Curbside Bulk Pick-up Program to Commence April 1, 2013

First Selectman Michael J. Freda announced today that effective Monday, April 1, 2013, the Town’s Department of Public Works will provide a two week curbside collection program for bulk items to the residents of North Haven. Bulk items are defined...

/ March 12, 2013

Trick-or-Treating Postponed Until Nov. 7

According to the Town’s Facebook page, For the safety and well being of our children and residents, First Selectman Michael Freda has decided to ask residents to postpone Halloween trick or treating in the Town of North Haven for one...

/ October 30, 2012

Public Meeting Scheduled To Address Concerns About Methadone Clinic Coming to North Haven

North Haven’s Planning & Zoning Committee has granted the APT Foundation the site on 352 State Street (at the intersection of State Street and Sackett Point Road) for one of their treatment facilities. APT is a clinic which provides methadone...

/ October 16, 2012

Mike Freda Engages the Media in a Pressure-Packed Week

[box]By Nancy Barnes / North Haven Patch[/box] When First Selectman Michael Freda minored in public speaking at Southern Connecticut State University, he did so with no thought of the white-hot media glare concerning a rabbit and an outdated zoning regulation in mind. Rather, he...

/ August 16, 2012

First Selectman Pitches Zero Tax Hike Budget

[box]By Anthony Karge / North Haven Patch[/box] First Selectman Michael Freda calls the proposed 2012-13 budget a responsible – both for the future of the town and weary taxpayers. Before the $85.1 million budget for the 2012-13 fiscal year is adopted, voters...

/ May 15, 2012

Sidewalks On Skiff Street

[box]Content provided by the Office of the First Selectman, North Haven.[/box] North Haven First Selectman Michael Freda announced that construction of sidewalks on Skiff Street — from Van Rose Drive to Whitney Avenue — will move forward. According to Freda,...

/ March 20, 2012

Spring Curbside Bulk Pickup Starts April 2, 2012

First Selectman Michael J. Freda announced today that effective Monday, April 2, 2012, the Town’s Department of Public Works will provide a two-week curbside collection program for bulk items to the residents of North Haven. Bulk items are defined as large...

/ March 20, 2012

Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce Debate

[box]Video Courtesy: NHTV[/box] The Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce hosted a North Haven Candidate’s Forum on October 21, 8-10am at the North Haven Holiday Inn. Participating in the event were First Selectman Michael Freda, Democratic Party Candidate Walter Spader, and Independent Party Candidate Gary...

/ October 26, 2011

Ordinance Authorizes North Haven to Block Blight

[box]By: Marji McClure / Shore Publishing[/box] A blight ordinance that will give town officials the authority to officially address and help remedy blight in town was approve by residents at last week’s annual town meeting. According to First Selectman Michael Freda, the...

/ October 6, 2011

Town Leaders Request $14 Million for Capital Projects

[box]By: Kyle Swartz / The North Haven Citizen[/box] Next referendum, residents will vote on $14 million worth of capital improvement plans, including milling and paving roads, a new public works garage and major renovations to four local firehouses. “The town infrastructure is...

/ September 28, 2011