City Hall Dedicates Heritage Plaza

October 11, 2017
On Tuesday, October 17th, Mayor Boughton and the City of Danbury dedicated Heritage Plaza.
 
Mayor Boughton describes Heritage Plaza as a center point in Danbury where all of our cultural communities can come together and celebrate their heritage. We will use this space to continue honoring Danbury’s history and to recognize the many cultures that have built, and continue to strengthen, our community.

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