It’s not a quiet day in America.
Politicians debate the future of the president — and our democracy. More than 200,000 people will be diagnosed with COVID-19 today. Another 4,000 will die.
But in Westport, we woke up to this scene today.
There is beauty all around us. We are so fortunate to not look far to find it.
The property between Clapboard Hill Road and Morningside Drive South is one of the last big pieces of private open space left in Westport.
A new house is under construction there. This week, excavation began in the middle of the field.
No building or subdivision plans have been filed, so this might be work to improve the water table, drain the wetlands or otherwise tend to the fill there.
“06880” will follow up when we find out for sure.
Before he became CBS News chief homeland security and justice correspondent, a 3-time Emmy Award winner and the author of a book on police and the Black community, Jeff Pegues was an All-FCIAC running back on the Staples High School football team.
So he’s got some skin in the game when he interviews James Brown, host of CBS’ “The NFL Today” and Showtime’s “Inside the NFL,” on January 27 (7 p.m.).
The free virtual program — sponsored by the Westport Library — will preview the Super Bowl, with intriguing insights and analysis. Click here to register.
And finally … on this date in 1968, Johnny Cash performed his now-famous concert at Folsom Prisom.
I am loving all the musician/band history you’re including in your posts – thank you!
How would any permit/plan be approved that involves draining wetlands?