Just take a look at the many controversial issues that have cropped up in Norwalk over the last few years. Many of them stem from poor organization or coordination of departments, and sometimes from a lack of clear accountability.
A comprehensive look at areas driving these issues in the Charter would likely produce better government and a better quality of life for businesses and residents in Norwalk.
|District A||POKO Partners|
|District B||95/7 – SoNo Collection (The Mall)|
|District B||Federal Prisoner Housing on Quintard Avenue|
|District B||Walk Bridge Replacement|
|District C||Walk Bridge Replacement|
|District C||East Avenue Widening/Lowering|
|District D||B.J.’s Warehouse|
|District D||White Barn Theatre|
|District D||Zip Line in Cranbury Park|
|District E||Oak Hills Driving Range|
|District E||Overbuilding on Nearwater Road|