FRIDAY EVENING UPDATE

RECORD CLEARED FOR BOZRAH LEADER

Charges have been dropped against Bozrah First Selectman Glenn Pianka after police say he wrote a letter threatening to kill his wife.  Pianka appeared Friday in Norwich Superior Court, after completing a treatment program for those involved in domestic disputes.  The judge removed a protective order that forbid the first selectman from seeing his ex-wife, and had three pistols that police had seized more than a year ago returned to him.

 

FRIDAY MORNING UPDATE

RCDA INKS AGREEMENT

 

An announcement was made yesterday by the New London Renaissance City Development Association that a $10,000 deposit and a signed commitment to negotiate have been obtained from the developer hoping to build a hotel  on the Fort Trumbull peninsula.  Association president Linda Mariani says it is a highlight in a year that is showing economic promise with new development in the city. Several other proposals are also being considered.