From CT Post reporter Bill Cummings:
O&G Industries, one of the state’s largest construction companies, is asking the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals for permission to build a new cement and asphalt recycling plant at 92 Howard Avenue, along Cedar Creek. A public hearing is scheduled for May 10 at 6 p.m. at City Hall.
Zoning officials said O&G intends to relocate its existing recycling operation from 1225 Seaview Avenue, near the Interstate 95 ramps. The Torrington-based company has owned the Seaview Avenue property since 1995, city records show.
O&G crushes cement and asphalt and recycles the resulting material into new product. The process requires that large piles of material be stored on the site, and creates dust and noise.
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State Rep. Steve Stafstrom recently sent a letter to O&G about its plans.