Update, Feb. 19
Due to the blizzard that hit Fairfield earlier this month, the Beach Rebuilding Information Session was rescheduled to Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m.
The session will be held in the all-purpose room at Riverfield Elementary School.
Residents have until noon today to submit questions in advance of the session to Jennifer Carpenter at email@example.com.
Update, Feb. 5
Fairfield residents are encouraged to submit questions ahead of the Feb. 11 Beach Rebuilding Information session so that town officials can better address concerns. Send questions to Jennifer Carpenter, the First Selectman's deputy chief of staff, at firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 8.
Original Post, Feb. 1
Town officials will hold a public information session on beach area rebuilding at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 11, at the Fairfield Museum and History Center.
The information session will address questions that have been raised by beach area residents following Superstorm Sandy, according to information from the First Selectman's Office.
A panel made up of FEMA and Small Business Association representatives, Fairfield building officials, Planning and Zoning staff, and the director of Community and Economic Development will cover topics like house raising, FEMA compliance, height restrictions, flood insurance, the process for financing and permitting, and the Increased Cost of Compliance.
“Given there have been many questions on rebuilding from beach area residents following Storm Sandy, the Town would like to give residents an opportunity to be fully informed on how best to proceed with rebuilding and getting back into their homes,” First Selectman Michael Tetreau said.
Any residents with questions about the information session may call the First Selectman's Office at 203-256-3030.