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Planning Meetings, Charettes and Reports
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The 156-page final action plan was submitted by the Cecil Group in September. It includes:

  • Overview: Areawide Concept Plan
  • Unilever Property Strategy Village District Recommendations
  • Preservation and Historic District Recommendations
  • Transit Oriented District Recommendations
  • Action Plan and Implementation

It is available by clicking on the cover above right.

Link to earlier draft

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Clinton Public Schools
Long-Range Facilities Study

<< Link to Study
Clinton’s three public schools (grades PK-8) are facing changes and planning challenges today and in the foreseeable future. This Long-Range Facilities Assessment Study seeks to document these factors and to explore a range of possible responses to them. The study team, led by the architectural firm of Drummey Rosane Anderson (DRA) and working on behalf of the Board of Education, Buildings & Grounds subcommittee, hosted three community workshops for public discussions of the issues and a range of solutions. The results of this transparent and interactive process are being presented in this report, with descriptions of the range of options considered, recommended options, advantages/disadvantages, and projected costs. Costs on pages 1-15 and 1-16 for recommended alternatives range from $14 million to $94 million.

Interchange Development Current Morgan Site

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"The Planning and Zoning Commission and the Board of Selectmen have determined that this site would be best suited for commercial use, including mixed‐use development or a hotel conference center…The former Morgan High School property is a highly desirable location for business, with its easy access to I‐95, visibility from Route 81, and the presence of Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets across Route 81.

"Any redevelopment proposal must conform to the overall objectives of the Town Plan, thus not infringing upon redevelopment initiatives in other parts of Clinton and detracting from the overall character of the Town. As such, the Committee will be looking for proposals that group uses together in a compact area to facilitate pedestrian movement and maximize density, highlight diversification, compliment the New England character of the community in design specifications, advance the general prosperity and economic welfare of the people in the community, provide a source of quality construction, create permanent jobs for area residents, and consider the impact of the development on the proposed new high school site, which is 0.75 miles north of the development property." Click at right for more.
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Fitzgerald and Halliday preliminary report on the potential commercial development opportunities along Route 1 From Clinton to Old Saybrook. Link to deck at left.
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Place-Making in Clinton

Placemaking is a journey. Clinton continues that quest. Calling together leaders of many Civic organizations who make Clinton a a place and a destination. All captured on video. Join us in making Clinton more than the sum of its parts.

October 30, 2014

September 28, 2014

Placemaker Community Introduction
Breakout Sessions Reports

The Genisis
Kip Bergstrom On Place Making

Henry Carter Hull Library May 15, 2014


Following Discussion


Following Q&A and Discussion

Cecil Group Presentation April 23, 2014


Following Q&A and Discussion

Clinton Planning Committee
Hosts a Charrette
January 18, 2014

Open House
Community Input

Breakout Session

Cecil Group
Progress Report

Cecil Group Power Point Links

Hosted by 

Clinton Planning and Zoning Commission
Anselmo Delia, Chairman
Alan Kravitz, Vice Chairman
Christine Goupil, Co-Chair Planning Committee

The Lower Connecticut River Valley Council of Governments
JH Torrance Downes, Senior Planner, 

CME Associates, Inc.
John Guszkowski, AICP, LEED-AP, Director of Planning
Anne Kline, Esq., M.S., Land Use & Planning Associate

Cecil Group
Steve Cecil and Joshua Fiala

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You Speak We Listen