Would you like to have a tag Sale?
Don’t want the hassle of publicizing?
The Norwalk Association of Silvermine Homeowners has the Solution!
Here’s how it will work...
NASH has made arrangements to sponsor a Neighborhood Tag Sale on Saturday, October 21st from 10 to 3:30pm
If you are willing to commit to holding your Tag Sale on that day, simply make a call to Linda Lee at 203-846-1034. She will arrange to have your address listed on the NASH Tag Sale Map, along with other Norwalk Silvermine Homeowners making that same commitment.
The cost to you is $10. to cover inclusion in publicity, locating map and a lawn sign! Our only request is that you commit to that Saturday, it will be a rain or shine event. You’re free to sell whatever you want and organize your things any way you want, even pool things with family members, friends or neighbors – it’s your choice.
The event is being publicized on the NASH website, Nextdoor Silvermine, in the Weekend section of the paper, various area tag sale sites on the internet, and NASH sandwich boards placed throughout the neighborhood.
People interested in going to the Tag Sale can purchase a printed map at the Silvermine School between 10:00am and noon. The cost of the map will only be $1 so we are expecting a huge turnout.
Nash has already signed up many neighborhood addresses, and from the looks of it, it will be a win-win for everyone!
Hoping you’ll join us, so go call Linda at 203-846-1034 to sign up your location – It’s going to be a Great Day!
Perry Avenue Bridge Slated to be Closed to Two-Way Traffic for 3 Months:
272-280 Main Avenue Big Box Store Update:
On Friday, May 12, 2017, an appeal was filed from the approval by the Norwalk Zoning Commission of the proposed massive development known as "The Village" at 272-280 Main Avenue. It includes a big box retail/discount store together with several smaller retail uses and restaurants. The appeal was filed on behalf of 68 Norwalk citizens who live or own property in the vicinity of the proposed development and were concerned about the negative impact of yet another huge retail center in Norwalk on their neighborhood, their quality of life, and on our community.
The proposed development will generate a prodigious amount of new traffic on an already over-burdened Main Avenue. The result will be that even more traffic will be pushed to secondary and neighboring side streets in the area and will create unreasonable traffic patterns in part due to not allowing tractor trailer trucks making deliveries to the Village to take a left turn from the site in order to return to I-95 - and instead finding their ways back through our neighborhoods. Several traffic experts appeared before the Zoning Commission and testified that the development will cause unsafe road conditions in the area. Main Avenue was never designed to withstand and handle the current or proposed level of development. In fact, the Plan of Conservation and Development adopted by the City of Norwalk recommended against developments of this size in this area.
In the immediate future, there are some 5,000 residential units slated for Glover Avenue, the planned reconstruction of the Route7/Merritt Parkway interchange, and a planned reconstruction of the end of the Super 7 Expressway .
Why does Norwalk need another huge retail center when retailers and, in particular, small businesses in Norwalk are already struggling in the online shopping world we now all live in?
We believe the time has come for the citizens of Norwalk to take a stand! We hope that you will join NASH in supporting this appeal and opposing irresponsible, inappropriate and massive overdevelopment in Norwalk in every way we can.
NASH is a non-profit non-stock grassroots corporation with a nonvoting membership. Board members hold positions on various town commissions and important Norwalk organizations. This involvement with the city government and other local organizations gives us better insight into the projects, trends, and politics of Norwalk and provides us with opportunities for interaction.
The mission of the Norwalk Association of Silvermine Homeowners is to provide a voice for Silvermine as a historic, cultural and natural resource. We support a vision of a rural neighborhood within whose boundaries change can continue to occur while the feeling of community and the "sense of place" remain strong, the important historic structures are preserved, and the existing biodiversity, in all its richness, is not compromised.