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East Lyme

(līm), town (1990 est. pop. 14,000), New London co., SE Conn., on Long Island Sound; settled c.1660, inc. 1839. The town has diversified light industry. Its many colonial buildings include the restored Thomas Lee House (c.1660). A state park is nearby.
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She is editor of the digital magazine, Pathfinder: A Companion Guide for the Widow/er's Journey and owner of Shoreline Physical Therapy, LLC, in East Lyme, Connecticut.
In East Lyme, Connecticut, John McCallum arranged $2,500,000 for the Latimer Brook Commons, a two-story 53,882 s/f mixed-use building located at the intersection of Boston Post Road/U.
WPCS International Incorporated (Nasdaq: WPCS), a provider of design-build engineering services for specialty communication systems and wireless infrastructure, announced on Wednesday (7 May) that New England Communications Systems (NECS), the company's subsidiary, has been selected by the town of East Lyme, Connecticut, USA to provide an advanced wireless network for its town-wide mission critical public safety initiative.
East Lyme High School in East Lyme, Connecticut, is a comprehensive public school with 1,050 students - almost all white, middle-class - in grades 9-12.
with offices in Houston, Texas; Clifton Park, New York; and East Lyme, Connecticut.
Presented by Act II Publications of East Lyme, Connecticut, the event is being facilitated by Patricia Ann Chaffee, Community Minister at Niantic Community Church; Marlissa Mills, Coordinator of Bereavement and Family Support Services, Connecticut Hospice; Dr.
York was born in East Lyme, Connecticut, daughter of Cecil and Grace (Dennison) York, and she and her husband lived in Warwick, Rhode Island for 44 years before moving to Auburn and Webster.
Our headquarters are still located in Brentwood, TN, with a manufacturing facility in Cullman, Alabama, and one other satellite office in East Lyme, Connecticut.
She is survived by a son, John Pence, of Taos, New Mexico; daughter, Christine Anderson, of Douglas; grandchildren, Linnea Willard of East Lyme, Connecticut, and Kristen and Michael Pence of Washington state; a niece, nephew and two great-grandchildren.
The Orchards is the Company's single family home development in East Lyme, Connecticut.
The Orchards, a single family home development in East Lyme, Connecticut, upon which the Company could build 101 single family homes on 139 acres.
The Orchards is a single family home development in East Lyme, Connecticut, upon which WRP commenced building 101 single family homes on 139 acres.

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