Tag Archives: bond


Interest rate comes in lower than hoped

BEACON FALLS — The town received a favorable interest rate on a bond. The town received five bids for the $4.35 million it wants to bond. The winning bid from…


Bond package going to vote

BEACON FALLS — The town is hoping to update some of its older vehicles in the police, fire, and public works departments Voters will decide June 8 whether to bond…


Bond package for road repairs passes

BEACON FALLS — Voters authorized bonding up to $2.1 million for road repairs at a town meeting Monday night. The vote was 24 to 2 in favor with one abstention….


Planned bond for work doubles

NAUGATUCK — The borough’s proposed bond package increased by $6 million due to more extensive upgrades needed at the wastewater treatment plant. On Tuesday the Board of Finance and Board…

Beacon Falls Selectman Christopher Bielik counts votes during a town meeting Tuesday night at Beacon Hose Company No. 1. Voters authorized the town to borrow up to $1.82 million for three separate projects. –LUKE MARSHALL

Voters authorize bond proposals

BEACON FALLS — Voters gave the town the green light to move forward with bond appropriations for three projects at a town meeting on Tuesday night. Residents authorized the town…


Commission facing tough choice on bond issue

PROSPECT — What to do about surety bonds? That’s the question troubling the Planning and Zoning Commission. However, one developer feels the commission doesn’t need to fret about it. “I…

About 40 people gathered to hear a presentation about new paving equipment that could save Beacon Falls over $2 million.

Residents raise concerns over paving equipment

BEACON FALLS — Representatives from Angelo Benedetti, Inc. met with town residents Tuesday to explain the benefits of their asphalt recycling system.   The Joint Boards of Selectman and Finance…

An opportunity missed

When the dust settled last Tuesday night at Laurel Ledge Elementary School, Beacon Falls voters had given their approval to two of three items on a proposed bond package. The…

Election administrator Katherine Grace, right, checks Susan Agamy's driver's liscense as she prepares to vote at Laurel Ledge Elementary School Tuesday.

Beacon Falls voters approve two out of three bond items at referendum

BEACON FALLS – Voters approved two items in a bond package, but rejected $5.1 million for road and sanitary sewer main improvements in a referendum Tuesday. The biggest ticket on…

Letter to the editor: Benedetti Recycling Equipment Facts

I would like to clarify any misinformation regarding the Benedetti Asphalt recycling equipment purchase contained in the bond package vote scheduled for March 15th in Beacon Falls. I have personally…