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Preview Of This Week's Cheshire Herald

April 19, 2012 by John Rook

Have you gotten your Cheshire Herald yet this week? If not, here's what you're missing:

"It has been a roller coaster ride for local businesses in 2012, as some have closed up shop while others have announced their intention to either move to Cheshire or expand their existing facilities. As such, opinions differ as to how much community support local businesses receive. Read what some owners have to say about owning a business in Cheshire.

*The Ball & Socket building off of West Main Street has sat dormant for years. Now, a group wants to change that by opening an expansive cultural center on the site. Learn what they want to do, how much money it's expected to cost.

*Cheshire recently joined up with neighboring towns to fight the state mandate that regulates phosphorous levels produced by waste water treatment plants. However, the Town has decided to end that partnership and back out of the fight. Find out why.

*Make sure to check out our editorial this week as we examine how a controversial email, sent by Town Council Chairman Tim Slocum to a concerned parent in regards to the Cheshire High School boys' locker room, may have been poorly worded, but still managed to make a good point.

*As always, look to our Around Town, Schools, and Sports sections for all your local news and happenings.

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