State Representative Stephanie Cummings (R-74), in conjunction with Veterans Count Connecticut, Waterbury Veteran’s Memorial Committee and Stop and Shop Supermarkets, and with assistance from the Connecticut Military Department , is hosting a “Stuff a Humvee” event to collect needed items and money to assist local veterans in need.
Stop and Shop will have collection boxes at all three Waterbury locations – Waterbury Plaza, 240 Chase Ave., Naugatuck Valley Shopping Center, 920 Wolcott St., and 410 Reidville Drive from October 21 through November 16.
The Stuff a Humvee event will take place on November 19th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot of the Super Stop & Shop located at 410 Reidville Dr., Waterbury.
The following message comes from the State Department of Transportation and contains information that could impact your travels.
I-84 Eastbound (EB) Exit 25 Off-Ramp to Detour to Exit 23
On the night of Wednesday, October 18, 2017, the existing EB 25 off-ramp will close. Traffic will be detoured to the EB 23 off-ramp and then onto the new ramp to Harpers Ferry Road as follows:
- EB Exit 25 off-ramp traffic will exit at the EB 23 off-ramp and follow the detour signs
- Traffic will split further ahead with EB 23 off-ramp traffic staying to the right and EB 25 off-ramp traffic and I-84 EB on-ramp staying to the left
- After that split, I-84 EB traffic will proceed straight ahead while EB 25 off-ramp traffic will fork to the right, where it will proceed on the new ramp alignment under the Hamilton Avenue Bridge and continue for 3/4 mile where it will meet up with Harpers Ferry Road
If inclement weather causes postponement, this will occur the following night.
This temporary traffic shift will allow for the continued construction of I-84 from the Mad River’s western crossing to the east of Harpers Ferry Road.
State Representative Stephanie Cummings (R-74) and community partner FD Community Federal Credit Union are co-sponsoring an upcoming “shred day” on Saturday, October 7, 2017, between 8:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. in the FD Community Federal Credit Union parking lot located at 281 Meriden Rd. in Waterbury.
Rep. Cummings urges people to bring their old and unwanted documents and papers to have them quickly and professionally shredded into unreadable scraps by Shred-it.
This event is free and open to the public.
Shred-it’s proprietary cross-cut shredding technology turns your sensitive paperwork into confetti-sized pieces ranging from less than an inch to as small as an eighth of an inch, giving you peace of mind knowing your confidential documents can’t be reproduced or recreated.