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Ann July 06, 2014 at 09:12 PM
Can't wait! Food and atmosphere not the best at that place.
Nancy Ann July 09, 2014 at 09:02 AM
Was heartbroken when Blue Point closed, but thought that because a family member was reopening itRead Morewo uld thrive. Unfortunately it was not the same. Hoping the owners and staff will be okay.
Nancy Ann July 09, 2014 at 09:11 AM
Let's be honest... Stamford is not a 30 minute commute by car from Stratford. My husband averagesRead More1. 5-2 hours every morning to get to work and the same to return home.
Kathie Pendered May 23, 2014 at 07:17 AM
Here is an idea, for what VIP Car wash charges ( the car wash you are referring to) why don't theyRead Morep ay there workers a far wage.
OpportunistWatch May 23, 2014 at 12:18 PM
Here is an idea, maybe the car wash didn't get FREE CONNECTICUT TAXPAYER DOLLARS to build theirRead Morebusi ness like this two roads did. Also if, ROSA DELAURO GREENBERG would raise the minimum wage they could pay them more. Instead we have these CT GOVERNMENT AGENCIES approving Taxpayer dollars for so-called technology companies that make beer and selling it bars and liquor stores. I would rather pay $15 for a car wash that is saving our environment by not contaminating our sewer system like if you were to wash your car at home and have the chemicals run off into the sewer which effects the water sewer system, fish, etc. Go to the maritime center in Norwalk and ask them what washing your car at home does to the environment. The car wash is also employing twice as many people which helps more families then this beer distillery selling to liquor stores beer and causing more harm then good to families. The car wash pays fair wages and it is money that is earned not given to them FREE with CT tax payer dollars. I will bet, after the party is over at two roads, they will claim a loss this year and next year so they don't have to pay a dime back to CT tax payers where they got the money from.
Robert Chambers May 25, 2014 at 09:38 AM
Not a fan of 2 roads I take it...
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