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Joseph Matto, an architect, discusses ideas for the Matto block with Shelton Downtown Subcommittee members and other city officials.

City officials like new Matto concept for downtown Shelton

The Matto family has unveiled a new concept plan for its downtown site, which appears…

Downtown Shelton dilemma: More pedestrian areas or more parking?

Whether to add more outdoor pedestrian space or more parking is a dilemma presented in…

Jason C. Williams, lead landscape architect with Milone & MacBroom, discusses his three concept ideas for a two-block area in downtown Shelton with city officials.

Envisioning a new downtown Shelton, two blocks at a time

– Three possible scenarios for a two-block area in the heart of downtown Shelton were…

A view of the revised plan for the Matto block from Howe Avenue. The new building would include residential, retail, office, and activity space. (Rendering by Joseph Matto Architect, Shelton)

Matto family updates plan for downtown Shelton block

The Matto family has presented an updated concept plan for replacing the structure destroyed by…

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