Safer Home Task Force deals with the issue of hoarding

The Safer Homes Task Force is a group of town department representatives from Westport and Weston that is committed to promoting a safe and healthy living environment for the hoarder. In addition,
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It’s time to renew your railroad parking permits

The expiration date for all railroad parking permits is June 30, according to a press release from the Police Department’s Railroad Parking Division Tuesday. Renewal letters have been sent out to all
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Residents reminded to apply for tax relief programs

Residents are reminded that the Assessor’s Office and the Human Services Department are continuing to take applications for the state and local tax relief programs, Assessor Paul Friia announced
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Bicycle response training offered regional EMS and police

The following is a press release from Westport EMS: Westport Emergency Medical Service is sponsoring a Bicycle Response Certification Training Program for regional EMS and police personnel. The four
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Town’s annual community shred day announced

The town will hold its sixth annual community shred day on Saturday, May 10, from 9 a.m. to noon at 180 Bayberry Lane (Westport/Weston Health District), First Selectman Jim Marpe announced this week.
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Ribbon cutting planned for new Myrtle Avenue company

The following is an announcement from First Selectman Jim Marpe’s office: First Selectman Jim Marpe will conduct a ribbon cutting ceremony and extend an official welcome on May 13 at 2 p.m., as
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Lavielle opposes bill that would create a state-run retirement fund

The following is a press release from the office of State Rep. Gail Lavielle: HARTFORD – Commerce Committee Ranking Member State Representative Gail Lavielle (R-143) today joined House and Senate
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Zoning Commission members will be taking email questions

The Planning & Zoning Commission will begin a trial period in May for accepting questions from residents via email during its public hearings, Chip Stephens, zoning commission chairman, announced
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