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  • Another possibility lying in the background, says one long-time GOP operative, is Robert Finlay, owner of a Milford-based private investment firm.

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  • Milford-based Potterhill will debut its SouthHampton model home at the Village of Heritage

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  • The West Milford-based BEAR Group is opposed to killing bears, and group director Janet Piszar had told Suburban Trends in January that the organization would be "waging a comprehensive campaign to oppose the bear hunt."

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  • The Milford-based organization donates gently used furniture to families in need.

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  • MORRIS - A plan by New Milford-based American Country Barns to use property at 198 East St. for its barn-kit manufacturing operation is in the hands of the Planning and Zoning Commission.

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  • The filing is the first since Peoples disclosed in early January that a deal to sell itself to Milford-based CenterBank had been called off.

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  • "Where does the consumer enter into the conversation?" asked Ian Mulholland, president of Green Technologies International Corp., a Milford-based company that integrates numerous green technologies into its projects.

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  • In other business, the board voted to award the Milford-based engineering firm Norfolk Ram the town engineering contract, which is good through June 30.

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  • "We started to pick up a few weeks ago," said Dan Landon, owner of the Milford-based House Doctors franchise.

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  • The Milford-based group has secured Fuessenich Park as a venue and wants to buy a New England Collegiate Baseball League team if it can secure enough down payments of $10 each on $100

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  • A "boxcar skyscraper" is a multifamily building at least 3 flats high, more often 4, with the exterior appearance of each floor virtually identical, and the front-to-back dimension much larger than the width dimension, which faces the street. Not sure of minimum proportion for this. Many boxcar skyscrapers have replaced old SFHs & brick 2- and 3-flats in gentrifying neighborhoods in Chicago, where I created this term years ago. Lots are typically very narrow. The architectural merits of boxcar skyscrapers are debatable. I invite people to use this label in public.

    July 16, 2009