Advanced Radiology Opens New Imaging Center in Wilton, CT

Shelton, Conn. (March 10, 2017) – Advanced Radiology Consultants has announced the opening of its new imaging center at 30 Danbury Road in Wilton, CT. The Wilton office, the company’s eighth, joins its network of imaging centers in Stamford, Fairfield, Trumbull, Shelton, Stratford, and Orange.

 

The Wilton imaging center is conveniently located near the Wilton/Norwalk town line on Route 7, just minutes from Route 15 and Interstate 95. The center will offer open high-field MRI, digital screening mammography with 3D breast tomosynthesis, ultrasound and elastography, bone densitometry, and digital X-ray. (read more)

Medical Center Affiliated with Norwalk/Danbury Hospital Network To Open in Wilton

By Heather Borden Herve, GMW Editor on March 3, 2017-

The developer who purchased the long-vacant property at 249 Danbury Rd., across from Town Hall, has locked in an anchor tenant, and it’s a big one. Western Connecticut Medical Group, Inc., an affiliate of the Western Connecticut Health Network, has signed a long-term, 15,000 sq. ft. lease to open a primary care health facility in the building that will include internal medicine, family care, women’s services and urgent care. (more)

The Wilton Economic Development Commission to Host an Open Economic Development Forum on October 20, 2016 at the Wilton Library

The Wilton Economic Development Commission (Wilton EDC) will be hosting their second open forum on October 20, 2016 at 7:30pm-9:30pm in the Brubeck Room at the Wilton Library. This event is open to the public and all are welcome to join.

The objective of the forum will be to gain public input and ideas on ways in which the commission can execute on recommendations that came out of the Analytical Study* that was presented in June 2016 (with a second piece to be presented in early October 2016). The session will be comprised of 3 parts:

1) Overview of Parts 1 and 2 of the Analytical Study.*

2) Moderated Q&A on the presentation.

3) Moderated open public discussion focused on the study’s recommendations.

Vivian Lee-Shiue (Wilton EDC Chair) and John Kelly (Wilton EDC Commissioner) will be presenting the overview of the Analytical Study. Rob Sanders, who hosted and moderated a public forum in May 2016 (Wilton 2025: Architecture and Planning—Past, Present and Future) will be moderating this event.

For more about the commission, meeting schedules, news, and resource links, please visit the Wilton Economic Development Commission at www.wiltonedc.org or on Facebook (@WiltonEDC).

* Part 1 of the analytical study was presented to the Board of Selectmen on June 20, 2016. A copy of the presentation can be found on the EDC website or at: http://tinyurl.com/wiltonedc ; Part 2 of the analytical study will be presented to the Wilton Board of Selectmen on October 17, 2016 at the regularly scheduled Board meeting and will be made available on the website prior to the October 20 forum.

Web Site Launch

PRESS RELEASE

Contact:
PGaboriault@WiltonEDC.org
info@wiltonedc.org  Tel: 203-943-6240

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The Town of Wilton Launches First
Wilton Economic Development Commission Website

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The Town of Wilton is pleased to announce the launch of its initial Economic Development Commission website, www.wiltonedc.org.  The website has been designed for businesses to use as a resource when considering a move to or an expansion in Wilton, CT.  Our goal is to serve small businesses and larger corporations that are seeking an ideal location in the heart of Fairfield County.  The Wilton EDC’s mission is to promote a thriving business community at home in Wilton. The launch of a first website is an opportunity for decision makers and their families to explore both the business and lifestyle of Wilton as a community.

First Selectman Bill Brennan stated: “The Town of Wilton is grateful for the commission volunteers who have stepped up to lead this business development effort.  Their mission and plans are taking shape now and we are pleased to have this great web site to support their work.”

An intuitively designed navigation system of tabs and drop down menus enables the user to easily access current information on Wilton real estate, the school system,  town services and facilities for businesses considering relocation to Wilton.  Wilton EDC commission member, Chris Fuentes, notes, “Our objective with this site was to create a virtual library of resources and links to help businesses easily find the information they need when considering a move to Wilton.  Wilton has created a foundation with WitonEDC.org to build on as a dynamic business tool.”

The Wilton Economic Development Commission was established by the Board of Selectmen in July 2012 and is comprised of Wilton volunteer residents with experience in real estate, construction, town planning and land use.  Wilton EDC chairman, Peter Gaboriault commented, “Our new website is a cornerstone of our work to help build new business opportunities in

Wilton.  We’re looking forward to engaging our local businesses and residents in the future.”  For more about the WEDC, meeting schedules, news and resource links, please visit www.wiltonedc.org.

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Wilton in The New York Times…

Wilton in The New York Times…

In an in-depth profile of the Town of Wilton entitled: In Wilton, Conn., Historic Homes and Fine Schools, The New York Times paints a picture that says much more than a thousand words.  The February 18th, 2015 article discusses real property value, the bucolic quality of residential life, and above all the first-rate schools. There is also a photo-essay.

NYTView the article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/22/realestate/in-wilton-conn-historic-homes-and-fine-schools.html?_r=1