By Robert Koch at TheHour Published 12:00 am EDT, Sunday, September 2, 2018 Link to original article: Click here NORWALK — The Coalition of Norwalk Neighborhood Associations will host a panel discussion in late September aimed at answering a question on many peoples’ minds: What’s Up with Norwalk’s Wall Street? “Norwalk’s urban core — the Main and Wall Street […]
Would you like to have a tag Sale? Don’t want the hassle of publicizing? The Norwalk Association of Silvermine Homeowners has the Solution! Here’s how it will work… NASH has made arrangements to sponsor a Neighborhood Tag Sale onSaturday, October 21st from 10 to 3:30pm If you are willing to commit to holding your Tag Sale on […]
On Friday, May 12, 2017, an appeal was filed from the approval by the Norwalk Zoning Commission of the proposed massive development known as “The Village” at 272-280 Main Avenue. It includes a big box retail/discount store together with several smaller retail uses and restaurants. The appeal was filed on behalf of 68 Norwalk citizens […]
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NASH is your voice in the community. We work to preserve and expand its historic character, ensure that any new development is contextual, protect its natural habitat, host the bi-annual Historic House Tour and sponsor special events such as the recent Knockers Club art exhibition.
By joining you help ensure that Silvermine’s rich cultural and natural heritage is maintained. Moreover, you share in a group of fellow homeowners whose common interests are focused on enhancing our collective quality of life. And there is the added benefit of access to practical information about how Silvermine works, from recycling, power company tree trimming and Norwalk’s tree planting program.
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The mission of the Norwalk Association of Silvermine Homeowners is to provide a voice for Silvermine as a historic, cultural and natural resource. We support a vision of a rural neighborhood within whose boundaries change can continue to occur while the feeling of community and the “sense of place” remain strong, the important historic structures are preserved, and the existing biodiversity, in all its richness, is not compromised.