City signs contract for fuel cell system

May 25, 2019
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City signs contract for fuel cell system

The City of Bristol and Doosan Fuel Cell America Inc., entered into a 20 year agreement in April, to establish a fuel cell for the Water Pollution Control Facility. A fuel cell, according to officials, is an electrochemical device that combines hydrogen fuel and oxygen to produce electricity, heat, and water. According to a release,…

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City signs contract for fuel cell system

May 25, 2019
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City signs contract for fuel cell system

The City of Bristol and Doosan Fuel Cell America Inc., entered into a 20 year agreement in April, to establish a fuel cell for the Water Pollution Control Facility. A fuel cell, according to officials, is an electrochemical device that combines hydrogen fuel and oxygen to produce electricity, heat, and water. According to a release,…

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Locals support the Red Cross

May 25, 2019
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Locals support the Red Cross

The Middle School of Plainville’s student council collected 34 units of blood for the American Red Cross at a recent blood drive at the school. The student council also added a $500 donation that they presented to American Red Cross representative Danielle Huntington, above. From left, student council members Gabby Breer, Rachel Diaz, and Kali…

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Locals support the Red Cross

May 25, 2019
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Locals support the Red Cross

The Middle School of Plainville’s student council collected 34 units of blood for the American Red Cross at a recent blood drive at the school. The student council also added a $500 donation that they presented to American Red Cross representative Danielle Huntington, above. From left, student council members Gabby Breer, Rachel Diaz, and Kali…

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Editorial: No interest in conflicts

May 25, 2019
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Editorial: No interest in conflicts

It was refreshing to see a dialogue about conflicts of interest at the May 13 council meeting during the line-item budget review. We were happy to see Chris Palmieri and Dawn Miceli disclose their financial conflicts of interest with the recreation department before abstaining from the vote and conversation for that section of the budget.…

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Editorial: No interest in conflicts

May 25, 2019
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Editorial: No interest in conflicts

It was refreshing to see a dialogue about conflicts of interest at the May 13 council meeting during the line-item budget review. We were happy to see Chris Palmieri and Dawn Miceli disclose their financial conflicts of interest with the recreation department before abstaining from the vote and conversation for that section of the budget.…

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