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Busy Week for Town Government

Democratic Town Committee Caucus, Selectmens' meetings, and Board of Education scheduled for this week in North Haven.

Busy Week for Town Government

Get ready for a string of town meetings this week in North Haven. 

Up first on Monday, Planning and Zoning will convene at 7:00 p.m. in the library to discuss litigation and a possible settlement between the Town and Spring Road Development, LLC. The Committee may opt to go into executive session to decide on the matter before moving onto a long list of public hearings. A full agenda for the meeting can be read here

Tuesday, the Democratic Town Committee will hold its annual caucus to endorse candidates for the party at 6:00 p.m. in the recreation center. The North Haven Way speculated last week that former selectman and State Representative Steve Fontana may be considering a run against State Senator Len Fasano in 2012. Could this rumor be confirmed at the meeting?

Later that night at 7:00 p.m., the January Selectmens' meeting will take place in the library. No agenda for the meeting has been published, but expect to hear updates on grants, town committee appointments, and an operational report from Mike Freda. 

Wednesday, a covering plans for renovations to four town firehouses, the construction of a public works garage, and the milling and paving of twenty miles of municipal roads. The town will vote to appropriate spending for the projects on January 24. 

A revision to the open burning ordinance, the establishment of a Blight Board of Appeals, and the adoption of a fee schedule for the Building Department will also be discussed. 

Lastly, on Thursday, the Board of Education will hold its monthly session at the Town Hall Annex at 7:00 p.m. 

Which meetings will you be attending? What issues being discussed this week matter most to you?

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