Restaurant inspections + mayor seeks new term: Milford News


Welcome back, Milford. Here’s all the local news, events, and community messages you need for Tuesday, October 19.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Sunny and windy. High: 66 Low: 57.

Here are the best stories today in Milford:

  1. Milford Restaurant Inspection Results Released: Report: The city’s recent health department ranking of restaurants has been released. (Patch Milford)
  2. Milford Public Schools are hiring for 29 jobs: see full list: Here is an overview of all available jobs and how to apply for them. (Patch Milford)
  3. Blake de Milford seeks sixth term in first place (New Haven Register)
  4. Win Smith certification campaign reaches 13,000 doors (Press Releases Office)
  5. Branford New Home has just been registered at Milford (Patch Milford)

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  • Milford Arts Council, the MAC: “If you liked our first pop-up, take some time next weekend because our second pop-up is coming right after this one! There are going to be some nice sea glass pieces and more! not say too much, check for yourself … “(Facebook)
  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (RSDSA) Association: “Come join A Broad and a Brush’s instructor Kathy Albritton Gustafson for the Paint the World One Brush at a Time (From Your Home!) Event on Sunday, November 7 at 2:00 p.m. EST. This event is organized by #CRPS Warrior Shan … “(Facebook)
  • Meadowside PTA School – Milford, CT: “Reading Tuna: Tonight at 6:00 pm is the first of our four mystery readers. We hope your family can snuggle up and join us tonight. Google Meet links will be emailed later today. ” (Facebook)
  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (RSDSA) Association: “Thank you to everyone who sponsored, donated and attended this year’s Picklin ‘for a Cure event in Tucson, Arizona in partnership with the Lewy Body Dementia Association. We also want to congratulate everyone who attended the event. ‘event with … “(Facebook)
  • Pantochino Productions: “YOU MUST SEE IT! The Rocky Horror Show live on stage at @ milford.arts Tickets on HURRY UP!” (Instagram)
  • Bridges Healthcare, Inc .: “Did you know that the company of animals can help your mental health? Studies show that for people receiving treatment for mental illnesses, animal-assisted interventions reduce anger, anxiety, depression and general distress , while improving … “(Facebook)
  • Milford Arts Council, the MAC: “Join the Milford Tree Commission, the City of Milford and the Milford Arts Council for a beautiful tree walk in the city center.” (Facebook)
  • Milford United Way: “Our community is stronger when we come forward as UNITED! Thank you to our amazing board members Raymond Vitali Sr., Joseph J. Mager Jr., Lynda Mettler, Pat Liptak, Matt Lindeman, Dr. Anna Cutaia, volunteers, patrons… in particular the downtown area of ​​Milfor… “(Facebook)
  • Milford Arts Council, the MAC: “Join the Milford Tree Commission, the City of Milford and the Milford Arts Council for a beautiful tree walk in the city center.” (Facebook)

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