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Killingly

(kĭl`ĭng-lē), town (1990 pop. 15,889), Windham co., NE Conn., on the Quinebaug River and the R.I. border, in a farm area; settled 1693, inc. 1708. It is an active dairy and livestock trading center supplemented by a fruit and vegetable market. Among the town's manufactures are textiles, machinery, and synthetic materials.
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The Crossing at Killingly Commons is ideally located near major employers including distribution centers for Lowe's and Staples, Foxwoods Casino Resort, Pfizer Laboratories, Lawrence & Memorial Hospital, Dominion Millstone Power and Connecticut College, which together provide more than 27,000 jobs in the region," Cosenza said.
Chiaraluce, the Company's Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, "The land donation in the first quarter of 2004 will produce federal and state tax benefits of approximately $700,000 while providing approximately 133 acres of land for open space purposes to the Town of Killingly.
NTE Energy is developing and plans to construct, own and operate the Killingly Energy Center, a 550 MW natural gas-fired electric generating facility in Killingly, Connecticut, which will be a source of clean and efficient electric capacity and energy for many communities and utilities in the region.
The Killingly Energy Center and the Reidsville Energy Center will each be capable of powering approximately 450,000 homes.
Killingly Town Clerk Elizabeth Wilson said she felt the earth moving twice and learned later of the earthquakes or at least thinks she felt quakes.
Kramont Realty Trust (NYSE:KRT), a neighborhood and community shopping center real estate investment trust, today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately owned Killingly Shopping Center, Killingly, CT, for approximately $8.
The firm has decided to invest around $500m each in the Reidsville Energy Center in North Carolina and Killingly Energy Center in Connecticut, both of which will have capacity to produce 500MW of power.
today -- Quiet Corner NEMBA Fun Ride, Old Furnace State Park, Killingly, Connecticut.
NASDAQ: CTWS) subsidiary (Crystal Water Company of Danielson) has acquired the Killingly Industrial Park's water system.
Notes: A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held in room 102 of the Killingly Town Hall, 172 Main Street, Killingly, Connecticut on Thursday, March 24,2016 at 2:00pm.
Skocypec, Town Manager of Killingly, have jointly announced a 365-acre donation of open space land by Crystal Water Company of Danielson to the Town of Killingly.
She was a 1975 graduate of Killingly High School, Danielson, CT.