Tag Archives: Board of Mayor and Burgesses

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Naugatuck park plan a go

NAUGATUCK — Dog owners in the borough will soon have a place to let their four-legged friends run free. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses unanimously approved using leftover state…

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New assessor in place

NAUGATUCK — After winning the election in November, Mayor N. Warren “Pete” Hess made hiring a “first class, topnotch” assessor among his priorities. Borough officials believe they have found their…

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Borough gets three more years to use field

NAUGATUCK — The borough will continue to use a field on Cross Street for recreation for at least another three years. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses agreed to enter…

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Board accepts open space for athletic fields

NAUGATUCK — Despite the freezing temperatures outside, the Board of Mayor and Burgesses had baseball on its mind Tuesday night. The board officially voted to accept a 7.3-acre parcel of…

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Police union, borough come to terms on contract

NAUGATUCK — Police and local officials agreed to a new police union contract that gives members raises of 2.5 to 3 percent over the next three years. In exchange, the…

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Bringing in business focus of subcommittees

NAUGATUCK — Two new subcommittees are working on ways to help make the borough more attractive to businesses. Mayor N. Warren “Pete” Hess created two subcommittees of the Board of…

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Siblings ascend political ladder  

NAUGATUCK — Neither grew up in Naugatuck and neither gave much thought about local politics when they moved to the borough as adults decades ago. Now, Robert Neth and Dorothy…

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Burgesses receive liaison appointments

NAUGATUCK — Mayor N. Warren “Pete” Hess appointed burgesses to serve as liaisons to various local departments and commissions during the Board of Mayor and Burgesses meeting Tuesday. The following…

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Officials extend elderly tax credit

NAUGATUCK — The Joint Boards of Mayor and Burgesses and Board of Finance voted last week 10 to six to continue the elderly tax credit for another year. The program…

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Board votes to take armory

NAUGATUCK — The borough is set to take ownership of the former armory on Rubber Avenue by the end of the year. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted unanimously…