Assisted Care Services Move to Westport and Beyond


Tracey Yurko, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and Partner of Westport-based Bridgewater Associates has been appointed Chair of the Board of Directors of Make-A-Wish Connecticut.

She has been a member of the association’s board of directors since 2017.

Recognized for championing diversity and inclusion, particularly among women, Yurko is the recipient of the “2020 Women, Influence and Power in Law General Counsel of the Year” award from Corporate Counsel. It honors people who have made a difference in the legal profession.

She was previously a graduate with honors from Johns Hopkins University, a science degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and a graduate of the Gould School of Law at the University of Southern California.

Make-A-Wish Connecticut granted more than 3,600 wishes for local children. For more information visit

Home care service agency is moving

Assisted Living Services, Inc., a home care services agency, and Assisted Living Technologies, its sister company of senior technology devices, have moved their office from Fairfield to Westport.

The new 700 square foot office is now located at 991 Post Road in Westport.

Assisted Living Services will be hosting a grand official opening ceremony in the spring.

The expansion took place so that the company could better serve the elderly population of Connecticut.

The new office provides easy access to downtown Westport and is close to many other assisted living facilities and senior communities. It also allows Assisted Living Caregivers and Assisted Living Technologies system installers to quickly travel to other communities in Fairfield County to meet consumer demand.

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Assisted Living Technologies was named on the 2020 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing companies.

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New sales manager for the Westport real estate office location

Brown Harris Stevens A private real estate brokerage firm announced that Alison Hewitt has joined it as sales manager in Connecticut.

The role is newly created. Hewitt will work with 250 agents and the company’s leadership team at the company’s six Connecticut offices, which include a location at 56 Post Road East in Westport.

Hewitt previously served as an office manager for two of the Houlihan Lawrence real estate firm’s locations in Connecticut.

Hewitt was a member of the Houlihan Lawrence management team since 2003. She managed office operations and supervised 80 real estate agents at Houlihan Lawrence firm.

Hewitt has nearly 20 years of experience in the real estate industry, including the residential and commercial areas of the business.

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Offices closed due to vacations

Weston has announced that all municipal buildings, including City Hall, the library and the senior center, will be closed on December 31 due to the holidays.

The transfer station will be open on December 31 but closed on January 1.

Taxes owed to Weston

Weston officials are reminding residents that the second installment of real estate and personal property, as well as additional motor vehicle taxes is due and payable on January 1. Failure to pay before February 1 will result in late payment with interest of 1.5% per month from the due date of January 1. The minimum interest charge is $ 2.

Anyone who no longer has a vehicle for which they have received an invoice must present proof to the tax inspector, who can be reached at 203-222-2606.

Please call 203-222-2697 with any questions. Taxpayers have several options for paying their bills. They can present themselves at the town hall opening hours from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., deposit the payment in the deposit box in front of the side entrance of the town hall, post it, pay it online at or pay by phone at 855-844-0237. Service charges will apply.

Anyone who has not received a tax invoice should contact the tax collector or check payment amounts online at the city’s website listed above. Online payment includes fees. Failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt the taxpayer from overdue tax and interest.


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