Stam­ford Zon­ing votes to al­low gyms in of­fice parks, Life Time plan moves ahead

Stamford Advocate (Sunday) - - News -

“This is truly a dis­grace. Upwards of 800 peo­ple said this was a bad idea in one form or an­other. Plan­ning Board voted against this unan­i­mously. The city at­tor­ney said it was a bad idea. Yet, it is unan­i­mously ap­proved. This board needs to be re­moved as they have no re­gard for the tax­pay­ers. Is your spot on the board that im­por­tant to you that you did this to the peo­ple of Stam­ford? This board is a disas­ter. They know how to find me if they want to dis­cuss my com­ments.”

— Ge­orge Sessa, via face­book.com/stam­for­dad­vo­cate “I work in the build­ing next door and while it will be great to see some signs of life once again on that side of the of­fice park, there is NO way this isn't go­ing to have an ef­fect on traf­fic out to High Ridge Road. Cur­rently, rush hour is a bit of a mess leav­ing the of­fice park and ar­riv­ing, try­ing to get to the Mer­ritt Park­way and out to High Ridge. Those that sup­port this, please come to the of­fice park around morn­ing or evening rush hour and tell me traf­fic isn’t go­ing to get worse around here.”

— Elis­a­beth Beau­soleil, via face­book.com/stam­for­dad­vo­cate

Michael Cummo / Hearst Con­necti­cut Me­dia

Dis­cus­sions are tak­ing place on turn­ing a va­cant of­fice build­ing in High Ridge Of­fice Park into a Life Time Fit­ness Cen­ter.

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