East Haven health dept. finds no rats, gives OK for old high school demolition

The East Shore District Health Department found no evidence of rodent activity in the old East Haven High School building and, following a walk-through Thursday, gave the developer converting the building to housing the OK to demolish its 1973 wing. The go-ahead for demolition came just days after the town’s Building Department, at the Health Department’s request, asked the developer, WinnDevelopment, to hold off temporarily on demolition for the $21.5 million project to convert the 83-year-old former high school building to senior housing.


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