Milford residents petition against removing assistant city planner position

A lot of work still needs to be

A lot of work still needs to be done, as some houses are still being rebuilt and others haven't even begun their work. (Credit: News 12)

The Milford Board of Aldermen voted to get rid of the assistant city planner position, and Milford residents are rallying to reverse the move.

Critics say a game of politics got the best of city government and that it's a big mistake.

They say current Assistant City Planner Emmeline Harrigan helped them cut through red tape after Hurricane Sandy ripped through the shoreline and gutted...

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