Here are the top stories for Tuesday that you need to know about. Meriden mayor looks back and ahead in his State of the City address ayor Kevin Scarpati revived the State of the City address Monday night, reflecting on the public safety challenges of the previous year and giving an overview of economic development underway in Meriden. Route 15 ramp work progresses in Wallingford If you’ve driven north through Wallingford on Route 15 in recent months, you’ve likely noticed a flurry of construction activity near Exit 65. Meriden students plan show to raise awareness of human trafficking Members of Platt High School’s theater department are taking on the topic of human trafficking this weekend with a show written by students. HUD approves plan to demolish Meriden Mills, relocate tenants The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development recently gave the Meriden Housing Authority the go-ahead to relocate the remaining tenants at the Mills Memorial Apartments and demolish the outdated housing project, board members were told Monday. Norwegian company enters into agreement to purchase Proton OnSite in Wallingford Nel ASA, a hydrogen technology company based in Norway, has entered into a non-binding agreement to acquire Wallingford-based hydrogen technology company Proton OnSite. Meriden YMCA looks at opening full facility in Berlin The Meriden YMCA is looking at expanding its footprint in Berlin with a facility featuring basketball courts and a swimming pool. Lawmakers again seek to lift state admissions tax from Oakdale in Wallingford Members of the town’s legislative delegation are again seeking to exempt the Toyota Oakdale Theatre from the admissions tax. Southington Town Council discusses student drug use The Town Council continued to discuss anti-drug efforts at a meeting Monday following one councilor’s call for the town to use drug-sniffing dogs and random locker searches at Southington High School. CIAC GIRLS BASKETBALL: Zielinski’s 3-pointer lifts Sheehan over Ledyard Sheehan’s Julia Zielinski swished a 3-pointer off a kick-out pass from Liv Robles with a half minute to play Monday to give the 16th-seeded Titans a 54-51 win over No. 17 Ledyard in the first round of the Class L girls basketball tournament. CIAC GIRLS BASKETBALL: Platt zones in, but falls to No. 8 Guilford The No. 25 Platt girls basketball team hung tough in its state tournament opener for a good part of the first half, but No. 8 Guilford turned up the pressure in the second half and the Indians ran away with the Class L first-round tilt Monday night. Platt’s season came to an end with the 66-44 loss at the James Kenefick Gymnasium.