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CTPH Board Meeting

March 19, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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This month’s meeting will be hosted by Kenneth Boroson Architects (https://www.kbarch.com) in New Haven.

Kenneth Boroson Architects
315 Peck Street
Building 3, 2nd Floor
Suite 2-B
New Haven, CT 06513
(203) 624.0662

Directions
Our office is located in the Fair Haven section of New Haven, in Building 3 of the Erector Square Complex. We are 0.3 mile from I-91.

Directions from I-91 North or South:
Take Exit 6 (Willow Street).
At end of exit, turn Left onto Willow Street.
Proceed straight through one traffic light at intersection with State Street. (Willow Street becomes Blatchley Avenue.)
At blinking light, turn left onto Peck Street.
Parking is available in the lot between the two large brick buildings, or on the street.
Enter near the large “Erector Square” sign painted on the side of Building 3.
Use the STREET LEVEL door.
Take stairs to 2nd floor, first door on the right.

The meeting starts at 6:00.

Conference call:
Dial-in number: (605) 468-8783
Access code: 139512

Details

Date:
March 19, 2019
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Venue

Kenneth Boroson Architects
315 Peck Street, Building 3, 2nd Floor, Suite 2B
New Haven, CT 06513 United States
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Phone:
203-624-0662
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Organizer

CT Passive House
Email:
info@ctpassivehouse.org

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