Beacon Falls receives funds from CIRMA

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Colleen White, a senior underwriter with the Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency, left, presents a check to Beacon Falls First Selectman Christopher Bielik. The money is the town’s prorated share of the agency’s members’ equity distribution program for 2018. –CONTRIBUTED

BEACON FALLS — The town received $15,028 as its prorated share of the Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency’s members’ equity distribution program for 2018.

CIRMA provides workers’ compensation and liability and property coverage to local public entities in Connecticut. It is a nonprofit association of Connecticut municipalities, school districts and local public agencies. The distribution program distributes a percentage of CIRMA members’ equity to eligible members.

Beacon Falls First Selectman Christopher Bielik said this was the first year the town was eligible for the distribution program. The funds will go into the general fund as unplanned revenue, he said.

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  1. So how much do you figure this little gift from the gods will offset the losses from this smiling snapperhead’s solar park mess?

    5 percent? 10%, maybe, when its all said and done?