Tag Archives: Board of Mayor and Burgesses

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Developer eyes former school

NAUGATUCK — The borough has taken a step forward in getting the former Prospect Street School back on the tax rolls. The Southington-based Format LLC has offered to buy the…

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Making old new again

Repairs would restore original look of Whittemore Bridge NAUGATUCK — The borough has taken a step forward to taking the Whittemore Bridge back more than 60 years. The Board of…

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Proposal calls for making a splash 

NAUGATUCK — Nearly five years after the Hop Brook Pool was closed, borough officials are discussing a project that will make a splash. The pool, which was in disrepair, closed…

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Borough considering cameras in street lights

NAUGATUCK — Lights. Cameras. Surveillance. A live streaming image of the firehouse and Maple Street was projected inside the meeting room in Town Hall for the Board of Mayor and…

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New deals in place for 3 department heads

NAUGATUCK — The borough has negotiated new employment contracts with three municipal department heads. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week agreed to new pacts with Department of Public…

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Amendment allows diners to have drinks outdoors

NAUGATUCK — Diners in Naugatuck will soon have the chance to enjoy beverages with their meals in the fresh air. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses on Tuesday unanimously approved…

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Plans get a little more detailed

NAUGATUCK — Developer Rob Oris unveiled Tuesday night the most detailed renderings that have been made public to date of his proposed commercial development for Parcel C. Oris showed the…

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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…