Milford LIVE Weekly Review – May 24, 2022

Sonja FreyMilford-live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Land east of Route 1 denied request to change Comp Plan Culture Downtown Milford reveals county divider marker Showcase your talent at the Milford Library Business Council approves change to former flower shop location First Third Thursday event a success Education School tax components explained Bill to bar school boards from raising property taxes …

First Third Thursday event a success

Terry RogersBusiness, Headlines

Downtown Milford Inc.’s first Third Thursday event of the year was a success with many people wandering around Walnut Street, shopping in local stores, enjoying live music and eating at several food trucks. “We really did kind of put this together at the last minute,” Janne Collins, Executive Director of DMI, said. “I think from the time we decided to …

a group of people standing in front of a crowd

Funding for Laydbug Festival approved

Betsy PriceCulture

The Ladybug Festival will return to downtown Milford on October 2 (Photo courtesy of the City of Milford) In one of her last official duties as DMI President, Peggy Reilly submitted a request to Milford City Council for $30,000 in funding for the Ladybug Festival, scheduled for October 2 in downtown Milford. Reilly explained that DMI bylaws only allowed a …