Funded through the state Department of Economic and Community Development, the Robert E. Hutt Congregate Housing is…More an apartment building that offers housing for individuals 62 years of age or older. </p>
<p>There are 36 efficiencies, which are combined bedrooms and living rooms, inside the state-funded building spread across three floors. Of that total 36, four are designated for handicapped living. The facility is, however, and independent living housing complex, and is protected by a guard 24 hours a day.</p>
<p>Tenants pay for their housing rates according to income limits and are supplied with a stove, refrigerator and utilities, which are fully paid for. They are also provided with light housekeeping and a resident service coordinator who provides a monthly newsletter.</p>
<p>Luncheons and bus services are also provided at times through the coordinator. The first floor of the building has a dining room, which provides a hot meal every day. No pets are allowed. </p>
<p>The building is one of five complexes in Naugatuck that is administered by the Naugatuck Housing Authroity. The public housing manager is Barbara Breen and the agency can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.</p>
Naugatuck Borough Administrative & Executive Departments - Engin 229 Church St, Naugatuck, CT06770 Located on the southeast corner of the third floor of Town Hall, the Engineering Department shares an office with the…More Water Pollution Control Department, both function in similar capacities. The Engineering Department consists of the borough engineer, Wayne Zirolli, as well as a chief engineer, survey party chief, construction inspector and geographical information systems technician. The department assigns permits for new buildings and deals drainage and road issues. Inspection is part of the department's regular work for storm and sanitary sewers and town roads. As such, the department works with Naugatuck's wastewater treatment plant. The department also reviews applications to the town's planning, wetland, zoning, police and economic development commissions. If a town resident drafts up an engineering plan for a piece of property, the department reviews it to make sure it meets regulations. Zirolli can be reached via e-mail at <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>.