Kings Island Open Space

From left to right, Ellen Angley, V.P. Real Estate and Prop. Management for NU, Dan Esty, Commissioner D.E.E.P., Elin Swanson Katz, State's Consumer Counsel, Tom May, President and C.E.O. of NU, Attorney General George Jepson and David McHale, Executive V.P. and C.A.O. of NU gather for the ceremonial ribbon cutting at Kings Island in Enfield Thursday morning. Northeast Utilities is helping preserve one of Connecticut's most valuable assets - open space. The company is announcing a new non-profit, irrevocable land trust to protect approximately a thousand acres as permanent open space. Kings Island is has 188 acres on the Connecticut River. (John Woike)

( John Woike, Hartford Courant / October 18, 2012 )

From left to right, Ellen Angley, V.P. Real Estate and Prop. Management for NU, Dan Esty, Commissioner D.E.E.P., Elin Swanson Katz, State's Consumer Counsel, Tom May, President and C.E.O. of NU, Attorney General George Jepson and David McHale, Executive V.P. and C.A.O. of NU gather for the ceremonial ribbon cutting at Kings Island in Enfield Thursday morning. Northeast Utilities is helping preserve one of Connecticut's most valuable assets - open space. The company is announcing a new non-profit, irrevocable land trust to protect approximately a thousand acres as permanent open space. Kings Island is has 188 acres on the Connecticut River. (John Woike)

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