Tag Archives: Charter revision


Council holding hearing on Charter revisions

PROSPECT — The public will get another chance this week to speak on proposed Charter revisions. The Town Council will host a public hearing Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Town…

Democrat Pat Scully watches election results come in with his granddaughter Rylee Jordan on the evening of May 2, 2011. Scully was re-elected to his seat on the Board of Burgesses. May elections in the borough are a thing of the past as voters approved a charter revision that moves the municipal election to November. –FILE PHOTO

May elections a thing of the past in borough

NAUGATUCK — Political signs appeared like spring blossoms in Bethany and Woodbridge, but the borough, for the first time in history, did not hold a municipal election Monday. Since the…

Jamie Litvaitis votes at Maple Hill Elementary School in Naugatuck in November 2012. This year people who haven’t registered to vote can do so on Election Day.  –RA ARCHIVE

Half of Charter revisions pass

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck voters split when it came to six proposed revisions to the Charter, approving three and rejecting three. Voters approved moving municipal elections to November instead of May….

The six Charter revision questions on the ballot Nov. 6.

Borough Charter changes up to voters

NAUGATUCK — When Naugatuck voters head to the polls Nov. 6, they’ll have more to choose from than political candidates. The fate of half a dozen proposed revisions to the…

Charter commission under the gun

NAUGATUCK — Residents had their final say Wednesday on the Charter Revision Commission’s first proposed changes to the borough charter. The commission now has 30 days to submit a final…


Board sends proposed Charter changes to hearing

NAUGATUCK — Residents will have a chance to voice their opinions on proposed changes to the Town Charter including switching to a town manager form of government and moving municipal…

Editorial: Budget referendum isn’t an automatic

On the surface, an automatic referendum on Naugatuck’s budget seems, in the spirit of March madness, like a slam dunk. We understand the appeal of having the borough budget go…