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Longer hours for the Stratford Registrars of Voters in Oct.

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Stratford  — The Stratford Registrar of Voters Office will be extending office hours during October. Citizens of Stratford will be able to register in person at Town Hall in from Oct. 1 to Oct. 31 on Mondays through Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Saturdays […] [Read More]
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Stratford RTC to open HQ at 3333 Main St.

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From a press release: On Thursday, Sept. 18th, the Stratford Republican Town Committee will host an open house at the Grand Opening of Headquarters located on 3333 Main Street, two blocks south of Paradise Green. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the Republican candidates running in the November 4th Election. Light refreshments will be […] [Read More]
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) Machinery Repairman Fireman Angelica Colon from Bridgeport, Conn., dials-in the desired dimensions for a number-three air-conditioner plug she’s fabricating aboard guided-missile cruiser USS Bunker Hill (CG 52). Bunker Hill is underway as part of the Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group and on the ship’s Western Pacific Deployment 2014. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class LaTunya Howard)

Navy Fireman Angelica Colon, of Bridgeport, serves aboard USS Bunker Hill

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Ansonia voters to decide on Government reduction

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ANSONIA-Voters will get the chance to reduce local government this November. The Board of Aldermen voted overwhelmingly to adopt the Charter Revision commission recommendations to reduce the voting wards from 7 to 3; the number of Aldermen from 14 to9; and the number of Apportionment and Taxation appointees from 12 to 7. The Aldermen also […] [Read More]
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Marathon Charter Revision-Aldermen meeting in Ansonia

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ANSONIA-The Board of Aldermen and Charter Revision commission are preparing for what could be a marathon session if meetings Tuesday night. Last week the Charter Revision commission conducted a public hearing on their recommendations which include reducing the number of Aldermen, voting wards and Board of Apportionment and Taxation members. It also recommends giving the […] [Read More]

Meeting on Derby WPCA costs tonight

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DERBY-The city’s Board of Aldermen and Board of Apportionment and Taxation will meet tonight at 6:30 in city hall to discuss ways to pay for $30 million in needed repairs to the failing water pollution treatment facility. The Aldermen are mulling whether to assess a tax on all residents or just those that use city […] [Read More]

Ansonia residents can speak out tonight

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ANSONIA- Residents will get their chance tonight to address changes in the City Charter that could see a reduction in Aldermen, Aldermanic wards and Board of Apportionment and Taxation members. The public hearing will take place at 7 p.m. In the aldermanic chambers at City Hall. The Charter Revision Commission is recommending that Aldermanic wards […] [Read More]
Shaun Bennett, center, recently received the city's Employee of the Month Award. Withy him are DPW Director Christoper Saley, left, and Mayor Benjamin Blake.

Shaun Bennett awarded as Milford’s Employee of the Month

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We received this note from City Hall in Milford: As the recipient of the award for the Mayor’s Employee of the Month Program, please join us in extending a warm congratulations to Shaun in receiving this recognition. After a review of all of the nominations the Selection Committee unanimously selected him as the winner for […] [Read More]

Ansonia Charter Revision proposes reducing Aldermen

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ANSONIA- The Charter Revision Commission will recommend reducing the number of Aldermanic wards from 7 to 3, the number of Alderman from 14 to 9, and the number of Board and Apportionment members from 12 to 7 during their meeting tonight. The Commission will also recommend reducing some of BOAT ‘s power in setting the […] [Read More]
From the safety of the Pothole Killer cab, a single vehicle operator controls a hydraulic boom, which clears the pothole of debris, applies liquid asphalt to fill and seal it, and then tops it off with a dry aggregate coating.

‘Pothole Killer’ machine in Seymour for a test run

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We received this note from the company that manufactures the Pothole Killer machine: Fairless Hills, PA – The road to smoother roads is about to be paved in Seymour. Administrators in Seymour became so impressed with the work the Pothole Killers had done in Bridgeport that they decided to contract for a two-week trial of […] [Read More]