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Hartford Courant - Hartford, Conn.
Author: CLAUDIA VAN NES||||||Courant Correspondent
Date: Dec 29, 1995
Start Page: B.1
Section: TOWN NEWS
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A 1-acre triangle of pristine waterfront land in Old Saybrook was given Thursday by Essex residents Bill and Victoria Winterer to the Connecticut River Museum, which they were instrumental in founding.

The land, appraised at $910,000, runs along the river for 374 feet and offers a breathtaking view. The property also borders Saybrook Monument Park, whose association counts Winterer as one of its trustees.

"We feel the Connecticut River Museum should feel very honored to have acquired this piece of land from Mr. Winterer, and the Fort Museum Park Association will work with the museum, but we are disappointed we didn't get the land and can't play a more active role in its future," Old Saybrook First Selectman Laurence Reney said Thursday.

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