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Hearing on Beacon Falls budget tonight

BEACON FALLS — Residents can attend a hearing tonight on a proposed $6.3 million town budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year that would increase spending by 4.3 percent. The hearing…


Hearing Monday on borough budget

NAUGATUCK — Residents will be able to weigh in Monday on the borough’s proposed $111 million budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. The proposal is a 3.5 percent…


Prospect budget going to town meeting

PROSPECT — Mayor Robert Chatfield and the Town Council presented a budget of approximately $6.98 million dollars during a town public hearing Tuesday night. The proposed budget represents a 1.1…

Siting Council holds forum on wind energy rules

NEW BRITAIN — The Connecticut Siting Council asked the public to outline what they want new wind project regulations to look like last Thursday. The afternoon forum, which attracted only…

Deputy Mayor Tamath Rossi speaks during a public hearing on ambulance services in Naugatuck Monday night.

Residents call for the finest in emergency services

NAUGATUCK — When it comes to ambulance service, Naugatuck deserves the best it can get, no matter the cost in dollars and cents. That’s the message a small group of…

The Charter Revision Commission is scheduled to hold a public hearing Thursday at 7 p.m. at Town Hall. FILE PHOTO

Hearing set on revision proposals

NAUGATUCK — After months of debate, the Charter Revision Commission has approved its draft report and it’s the public’s turn to add their 2 cents on the seven proposed changes….

Elizabeth Forlenzo of Naugatuck, chairwoman of the Naugatuck Beautification Committee, addresses borough officials in Naugatuck during a public hearing on the proposed budget. She spoke in favor of a part-time blight enforcement officer for the borough. - Christopher Massa

Residents criticize borough spending

NAUGATUCK — A small but vocal crowd packed the Naugatuck High School auditorium Monday night to voice their opinions on the proposed borough budget. About 50 people attended the public…