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    Summer is quickly approaching and the 2013 Mayor’s Summer Youth Guide is here! The Mayor’s Summer Youth Guide is a tool to a summer of fun, learning and adventure. With this guide, we hope to make this summer the best ever for our city's youth. Inside you'll find a number of programs for children and youth of all ages, from preschool to young adults.

    Many of the programs in the guide are free to low-cost. There is also a convenient listing of dozens of sites across the City for the free summer meals program. The guide is available on the City of New Haven’s website

    here

    If you need further information about youth programs in New Haven, please call the City's Youth Specialist at 203-946-8583.

    Public Input for Superintendent Search

    As part of its commitment to engaging parents and the community in the search for a new superintendent of schools, the New Haven Board of Education is announcing additional public forums and expanded outreach efforts. The Board of Education announced three new forums, which will take place on Thursday, May 2, and Saturday, May 4. The schedule will be as follows:

    10 a.m. – Noon, Thursday, May 2 at Courtland Wilson Library, 303 Washington Avenue, New Haven

    7 – 9 p.m. Thursday, May 2 (after the Citywide Parent Leadership Team meeting) at Wilbur Cross High School, 181 Mitchell Drive, New Haven * Childcare and Spanish translation provided

    9:30 – 11 a.m., Saturday, May 4 at Martinez School, 100 James Street, New Haven * Childcare and Spanish translation provided

    For more info, and for the links for the online survey regarding the Superintendent search, go here

    Exit 3 of Rt. 34 Permanently Closing; Will Cause Traffic Detours and Delays

    Exit 3 of Route 34 will be closed permanently on Thursday, May 2, 2013 to allow for construction of the historic New Haven Downtown Crossing Project which will remove the highway, reconnect City streets, and provide the City of New Haven with approximately 11 acres of developable land. The City of New Haven wants the public to be aware that this closure will cause detours and delays. Residents and commuters are urged to sign up to receive weekly traffic alerts that will keep them informed about traffic changes.

    Sign up for traffic alerts here

    To read more info about the closing, go here


    [5/1/2013]


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