Meriden


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Meriden

(mĕr`ĭdən), city (1990 pop. 59,479), New Haven co., S central Conn.; settled 1661, inc. as a town 1806, as a city 1867, town and city consolidated 1922. Silverware and pewter were made there in the 18th cent. by Samuel Yale and later by the Rogers Brothers and a forerunner of the International Silver Company. Meriden's industry is now more diversified.
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Joan Hall, of Meriden, said: "I think this is the Stonebridge Hotel which was demolished in the early 1960s, now the site of the A45 flyover junction with the A452.
After an 18-month sit-in the Meriden Workers' Co-operative was formed with the backing of the then minister for trade and industry, Tony Benn.
Commented Dunne, "With its substantial in-place cash flow and significant leasing upside, Meriden Executive Park should provide Trammell Crow with good long term upside.
Adam Frank, managing partner of APB Holdings, LLC added, "We are delighted to hear that the Meriden Police Department will be taking tenancy in our building.
She said: "I very much welcome the good news that around 39,311 in Meriden constituency will be among the 24 million people across Britain who will pay less income tax as a result.
Meriden Gate has a range of three, four and five-bedroom houses available which are ideal for growing families and those looking for more space in a great location.
Meriden now has a further six months to make an acquisition or its shares will be cancelled.
The Meriden Ramada Plaza Hotel & Conference Center is centrally located at the "Crossroads of Connecticut," near the intersection of I-91, I-691 and the Merritt Parkway (Route 15).
The event has been organised by Meriden Rotary and every runner, jogger and walker will be dressed as Father Christmas.
AS a resident of Meriden for 35 years, I wish to respond to the comments made by Marion Burdon on Saturday's letters pages.
Third Avenue Associates of New Jersey recently acquired what was formerly known as the Meriden Medical Center in the downtown business district of Meriden, Conn.