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Comings & Goings: Pearl Restaurant Closing

Pearl Restaurant at Longshore to close Nov. 28, Westport, CT, by Dave Matlow
The Pearl Restaurant at Longshore will close on Nov. 28 according to managers Marc and Lois Backon. They wrote, “We are so very grateful for being able to bring Pearl into the lives of so many people and appreciate the dedicated support of the staff and of the community for the last four years.” Pearl, which launched in Feb. 2016, will remain open Thanksgiving Day for dining-in or take-out, according the announcement. Last month, WestportNow reported the management change for Inn at Longshore. which includes the space occupied by Pearl (see WestportNow, Oct. 23, 2020). (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

Voilà! Work on the Lights Complete After 5 Hours of Effort

Westport, CT Cribari Memorial Bridge Christmas Lights Makeover, Nov. 21, 2020, by Jaime Bairaktaris
Work on the lights for the Cribari Memorial Bridge finished around 3 a.m. today. Volunteers removed all the old lights and replaced each strand with new lights donated by the Westport based charity Al’s Angels. AJ Penna & Sons Construction helped. The official Bridge lighting will take place at a time yet to be determined. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Jaime Bairaktaris for WestportNow.com

Westport Property Transfers Nov. 2-6, 2020

Westport property transfers as reported by the Town Clerk’s office for the period Nov. 2-6, 2020:

Joan E. Lewis to SIR-82 Maple Ave. South LLC, 82 Maple Ave. South, $888,000Westport Property Transfers

Robert J. & Donna M. Lorenz to Daniel Arato & Amanda Rosenfeld, 3 Bittersweet Lane, $1,150,000

Janet Bianshini to Patricia M. Brill, 6 Harbor Road, $1,650,000

17 Bluewater LLC to Sireesha Edara & Ashim Anand Gupta, 17 Bluewater Hill, $4,180,000

Suzanne J. Bessett to Andrew A. Goldberg & Leslie Derkash, 2 Cranbury Road, $1,315,000

Guy S. & Melissa Gryspeerdt to Jason Ray & Maria D. Coleman, 191 Cross Highway, $1,236,900

ReFlip LLC to Neil & Nancy Santos, 6 Salem Road, $2,945,000

Ronny Ceballo to Sabina Ben-Yehuda, 6 Abbots Lane, $1,275,000

Paul C. & Alicia M. Zec to Matthew & Tiffany Berliner, 27 Burrs Farms Road, $2,341,500

Julie M. Cochran & Stephen S. Grevious to Hemant & Parul Kalbag, 5 Mark Lane, $2,500,000

Catherine Rogers to Thomas A. Dippel & Anne E. Nolte, 48 Edgewater Commons Lane, $560,000

1595 PRE Westport LLC to WI Associates LLC, 1595 Post Road East, $5,000,000

B&B Associates to JA CA Avery Place LLC, 12 Avery Place, $2,275,000

W. Philip & Catherine A. H. Mathews to Victor M. & Corey F. Bakkila, 6 Highwood Lane, $650,000

Gary B. & Deanne Rubinoff to Kimiko Takeda & Craig Bernard Fields, 188 Cross Highway, $1,395,000

John P. & Margaret M. Davey to Mattera Construction 4 Trailing Rock Lane, 4 Trailing Rock Lane, $1,150,000

Caccomo Lane LLC to Galia & Carol Nicole Gichon, 3 Caccamo Lane, $1,900,000

James J. & Geraldine Daros Lawrence, Tr. to Ryan Patrick McConville & Amy Ogawa, 3 Lookout Trail, $1,725,000

Richard N. & Deborah L. Webb, Jr. to Jason & Alexandra Coraluzzi, 35 Long Lots Road $1,425,000

Nancy C. Cuseo Est. to Christopher & Mary Kate Smitherman, 79 Hillandale Road, $585,000

58 Saugatuck Ave. LLC to Alpha Holdings LLC, 58 Saugatuck Ave. $295,500

Alpha Holdings LLC to 58 Saugatuck Ave. LLC, 58 Saugatuck Ave. $310,000

Bruce M. & Ruth N. Donohue to Dane P. Lonsdale & Linda A. Balducci, 13 Promised Road, $865,000

Katherine Alcorn to Wayne A. & Freda N. Reed, 38 Edgewater Commons Lane, $535,000

Scarice: Presumptive Case of COVID-19 at Greens Farms Elementary

Superintendent of Schools Thomas Scarice today issued the following update to school families:

Dear Westport Families and Staff,

In our efforts to remain transparent with reports of positive Covid-19 cases associated with our schools, we will continue to provide health & safety updates as information is confirmed. As of the time I am writing to you this evening we are monitoring one presumptive case of COVID-19 at Greens Farms Elementary School.

Those impacted have been notified by school and District officials. As a reminder, families are asked to report positive of COVID-19 cases of students using our reporting voicemail or email regardless of whether the students are in remote or hybrid models of instruction. Please follow this link for more information on reporting.

As we head into the weekend, I ask everyone to read the comprehensive Thanksgiving Holiday Travel guidance put out by the Health Office staff from each school earlier today. We are fortunate to have such a dedicated team of nurses and health assistants who are so committed to the health and safety needs of our students, families, and staff. Have a safe weekend.

Respectfully,
Thomas Scarice
Superintendent of Schools