Danbury approves a family-owned pool contractor’s $1.5M constructing plans on the Bethel border

DANBURY – Metropolis planners accepted blueprints by a family-owned pool contractor to construct a $1.5 million development facility on the Bethel border, on the situation that the 2-acre web site is stored screened and tidy.

The approval by Danbury’s Planning Fee this previous week for Nejame & Sons means the 100-year-old household enterprise can transfer a lot of its pool fabrication work indoors as soon as the 7,000-square-foot facility is constructed.

In alternate for approval, the town required the family-owned enterprise to construct an 8-foot stockade fence to display the development yard from public view, and to maintain the yard tidy by putting all constructing supplies in bins in the back of the property.


“The out of doors storage, which is the majority of the particular exception makes use of the fee is approving, must be screened,” mentioned Jennifer Emminger, Danbury’s deputy planning director, throughout a Planning Fee assembly on Thursday. “We would like that to occur instantly and we would like these storage bins in instantly to have a extra organized web site with respect to all these storage supplies.”

Emminger is referring to plans by the household to increase its 1,000-square-foot store at 44 Payne Highway with a brand new facility that might be used for carpentry, stone-cutting, sheet steel work, and the restore of firm tools and vans. The location would even be used to combine cement, to retailer constructing supplies and to park automobiles.

The corporate, which bought its begin right here in 1921, will hold its headquarters at 91 South St., mentioned Tom Nejame Sr., a third-generation co-owner.

Town’s approval closes a chapter for the household enterprise that began in 2009 with the approval of an 11,000-square-foot constructing on the Payne Highway web site that was by no means constructed due to the sluggish economic system.

Enterprise was booming earlier than the coronavirus disaster in early 2020.