Community Meetings this week

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Jan 17, 2022, 11:55:18 AMJan 17
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Dear Neighbors, 

Please see notices below about two upcoming community meetings - the monthly Downtown Wooster Square Community Management Team Meeting and a Community Meeting that will be convened by Alder Ellen Cupo and the Historic Wooster Square Association.

DWSCMT - Downtown Wooster Square Community Management Team


Hello Neighbors, 

We hope you all are staying warm during this cold spell and able to access the health resources you need right now. From putting our support behind Community Block Grant applicants, to an update on schools from Superintendent Tracey, we’ve got a lot of great items on this month’s agenda and good opportunities to voice opinions and ask questions as a community.

Please join us on Tuesday, January 18th at 6:00pm via Zoom for our regular Community Management Team Meeting.

January 18th Agenda

Meeting Via Zoom:

  1. Regular Monthly Reports: 

    1. New Haven Police Department - Lt. Borer

    2. Civilian Review Board - Steve Hamm

    3. Livable Cities Initiative - Arthur Natalino
      Arthur is our new LCI Neighborhood Specialist

    4. Economic Development - Kathleen Krolak Re:Zone change for expansion of PMC on Strouse Adler Apartment property, Chapel and Court Street at Railroad tracks. See slides here.

    5. Ward 1 Alder Alex Guzhnay

    6. Ward 6 Alder Carmen Rodriguez

    7. Ward 7 Alder Eli Sabin

    8. Ward 8 Alder Ellen Cupo
      Not sure what ward you are in? Check here.

    9. Yale University - Karen King

  2. Neighborhood Announcements & Open Forum 

  • Community Development Block Grant Applications (VOTE): LEAP, Colab, City Seed, DESK

  • Little Free Pantry - Jasmine Glesby

Meeting Links

We will be hosting our meeting using Zoom. 
The Meeting ID is 882 4496 4437. 
Click here to join the Zoom Meeting: 
Meeting ID: 882 4496 4437 • One tap mobile: +19292056099,,88244964437#

See you tomorrow, 
The DWSCMT Board

Community Survey Results Meeting on Thursday, January 20

In September, the Historic Wooster Square Association (HWSA) distributed a community survey to determine priorities for a possible state grant to improve public space and safety in the neighborhood. 85 community members responded with helpful feedback and suggestions. The HWSA would like to share the results of the survey with you to continue the conversation about your hopes for the neighborhood and possible projects.

On Thursday, January 20 at 7 PM, HWSA board members and Alder Cupo will host a community meeting on Zoom. You can register for the meeting at this link: . We will share the results of the survey and take additional questions and feedback about the neighborhood issues that are important to you.


Sarah B. Greenblatt
Wooster Square Watch

City of New Haven COVID-19 Call Line - 203.946.4949
Non-Emergency Police Service - 203.946.6316
New Haven Police District Manager Lt. Brendan Borer -

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