(Rich Scinto )
MILFORD, CT — The New York Times took an interest in Milford and produced a lengthy profile of the small city with a big heart. In an article entitled, "Milford, Conn.: A Pretty New England City That’s ‘Just Big Enough’" the writers detail why Milford is so appealing to "second-home buyers, retirees and empty-nesters."
The story begins with Alen Ilic who just moved to Milford and he describes how welcoming his neighbors were including sending a fruit platter and notes.
"That pretty much sums up how people behave around here — they’re so welcoming," said Mr. Ilic, 46, told the New York Times… "It happens all the time. People say ‘good morning,’ and it’s so nice."
The New York Times makes note of Milford’s 14 miles of shoreline, which is the most of any city in Connecticut and a big draw. The story chronicles Milford’s schools, shops, vibe, and its history too. Milford’s affordable homes are also a big draw too.