The hubbub of summer is behind us. Shorter days and cooler nights bring the challenges of the off season, but I am optimistic. In spite of challenging economic conditions we hosted travelers looking for value close by and guests from across the pond looking for adventure. World class marinas starring in Connecticut’s Clean Marina Program. Dining from pancakes, to surf and turf, brunch to late night bistro. A leader in the field of MicroHydraulics manufacturing, specialty and outlet shopping. Wheels, deals and services galore. A new Welcome sign from Economic Development. The planning of a new train station. I am proud of the thoughtful and quiet manner in which our business colleagues have navigated the choppy waters. Smooth sailing ahead! I encourage resident and visitor alike to visit our shops, eat in our restaurants, and rediscover the beauty of Westbrook. On behalf of the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce -Welcome to Westbrook, a friendly port! For more information about the Chamber visit their web site at www.middlesexchamber.com.
Darlene Briggs, Chariperson, Westbrook Division
Middlesex Chamber of Commerce
Size: 16 sq. miles
Government: First Selectman/Town Meeting
Med. Household Income: $67,154
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