In this week’s Ridgefield Press

Here’s a look at some of the headlines from this week’s Ridgefield Press:

  • The debate over separating the town's inland wetlands board from the Planning and Zoning Commission ended Wednesday night — too late for this week's print version of The Press. But in the hard copy is a story recapping last week's four-hour marathon meeting in front of the Board of Selectmen. The change was brought to them by the Charter Revision Commission.
  • RidgeCon After Dark welcomes couples in their 20s and 30s to participate in the library's first-annual "mega game" and to solve a possible electricity crisis.
  • The Ridgefield Winter Club drew the most headlines this week. The long awaited Peaceable Street project submitted an application to the planning department for a skating rink and clubhouse. Shocker: The neighbors are not very happy about it.
  • Troubled by the recurring problem, the Conservation Commission suggested that the town abandon the unpaved end of Skytop Road — although alternative solutions are now being looked at.
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