In the Middle: Army base alternatives

The U.S. Army wants to build a 40-acre training base in the middle of the largest contiguous forest on the lower Connecticut River—only five miles from campus.

President Roth has something to say about it. So does EON. The WSA. And WesPeace, too.

Do you?

Educate yourself about the issue, then come to a Common Council workshop tomorrow night at City Hall. Bill Warner, Middletown’s Director of Planning, Conservation, and Development, will discuss the 2 to 3 sites that he has identified as being suitable alternatives for the proposed Army training base.

This is a great chance to show your support for Middletown residents, work toward the preservation of some of the most beautiful land in town, and learn more about the city’s plans to keep this 273,000-square foot facility out of Middletown’s rural Maromas region.

Date: Thursday, Feb. 21
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: City Hall

City Hall (I guess it’s technically called the Municipal Building) is only half a mile downhill from Usdan. Directions are available here.

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