Category Archives: In The News

New London’s Howard Street site of proposed residential developments

Parcel J

A grassy patch of land at one of the city’s busiest intersections that has remained vacant for several decades is in line for a major housing development. Parcel J, at the corner of Bank and Howard streets, is the site of a proposed 90-unit apartment complex, with an estimated value of between $12 million and […]

Attorney Carberry Attends Utilities Conference in Santa Fe

Santa Fe

Attorney Glenn Carberry recently attended the 2017 Current Issues Conference sponsored by New Mexico State University’s Center for Public Utilities in Santa Fe. Utility Commissioners from states around the country as well as industry leaders gave presentations and engaged in dialogue on the important issues facing telecommunications, water, gas and electric providers. Industry efforts to […]

Olde Mistick Village seeks zoning changes to reinvigorate Golden Triangle

William R. Sweeney

The owners of Olde Mistick Village are seeking to change the zoning regulations in the tourist commercial zone around Exit 90 to allow for increased lot density and buildings as much as 65 feet tall. Bill Sweeney, the attorney for Martin Olson Revocable Trust, said Thursday that the owners are committed to preserving the character […]

43-unit project proposed for former Mystic Color Lab site

William R. Sweeney

A local development group, Greylock Properties, is in a contractual agreement to purchase the former Mystic Color Lab site and is proposing a 43-unit residential project on the property. William Sweeney, the group’s attorney, said that two of the venture’s partners, Brian and Ken Navarro of Mystic, have been in contact with property owner Edgewood […]

Hotel idea pitched for long-vacant Fort Trumbull property

Hotel Parcel

A Massachusetts-based hotel owner and developer says he is interested in building a $15 million hotel and conference center on a long-vacant waterfront parcel in the Fort Trumbull area. Jay Patel of J-Patel Hotel Group pitched his idea Thursday to members of the Renaissance City Development Association, which owns and is marketing the land. His […]

Attorneys Tobin and Casey Spoke at AAHAM’s Winter Program

Attorney Robert D. Tobin spoke at the Connecticut Chapter of American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management’s (AAHAM) Winter Program in North Haven on December 2, 2016 regarding insurance providers’ payments made to hospitals in Workers’ Compensation claims. Attorney Tobin highlighted the most recent updates to the hospital fee schedule, which dictates the amounts insurance companies […]

Attorney Casey Inducted as Director for BGCSECT

Emily R. Casey

Emily Casey, an attorney with the law firm Tobin, Carberry, O’Malley, Riley and Selinger of New London, Conn., was recently inducted as a Director for the Boys and Girls Club of Southeastern Connecticut (BGCSECT). Though only newly affiliated with the organization, Casey has already taken an integral role, helping plan and staff events such as […]

TCORS Represents Affiliate of AIAC for Acquisition of Bradford Engineering

With the assistance of Attorneys Joseph Selinger and Kristin Wainright, Bradford Engineering BV has been acquired by an affiliate of American Industrial Acquisition Corporation (AIAC) effective November 3rd, 2016. AIAC is a group of 63 manufacturing and distribution sites with over 9,000 employees in 17 countries in North America, Europe and Asia. Total group revenues exceed […]

21st Annual TCORS Golf Outing Raises Money for Local Organizations

Tobin, Carberry, O’Malley, Riley and Selinger Law Firm of New London recently hosted their 21st Annual TCORS Golf Outing at Pequot Golf Club in Stonington in October. More than 80 attendees and 70 golfers participated in this year’s outing, which helped raise money for two local charities; Child & Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut and […]

Stonington PZC comments on proposed zone to help historical farms survive

William R. Sweeney

Planning and Zoning Commission members offered some suggestions Tuesday night to a local group that would like to allow an expanded list of agricultural-related uses in certain zones in an effort to preserve working farms. The commission’s comments came during an informal workshop with representatives of Stone Acres LLC, a group of about a dozen […]