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Beacon Falls, Bethany looking to share trooper

BEACON FALLS — Officials in Beacon Falls and Bethany are working together on a plan to share a resident state trooper. The two towns participate...

Salaries for elected officials going up under budget proposal

BEACON FALLS — As the Board of Finance continued crafting a budget proposal for the 2019-20 fiscal year last week, officials turned their attention...

Finance board backs budget proposal for borough

NAUGATUCK — After a series of workshops and a significant reduction in the school budget request, the Board of Finance has approved a budget...

Finance board moves ahead with school budget proposal

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Finance opted last week to move a roughly $64.06 million school budget proposal for the 2019-20 fiscal year forward...

Audit shows surplus for Beacon Falls despite dip in state funding

BEACON FALLS — The town ended the 2017-18 fiscal year on a positive note, despite having to deal with the side effects of the...

Vice chairman resigns from Beacon Falls finance board

BEACON FALLS — Board of Finance Vice Chairman Joe Rodorigo submitted his resignation last week. Rodorigo was elected to the board in 2013 for a...

Finance board rejects company’s second attempt at incentive

BEACON FALLS — A company’s second attempt at applying for a tax incentive didn’t get off the ground. The Board of Finance last week unanimously...

Officials eye excess funds to pay for storm cleanup

BEACON FALLS — The town is planning to move forward with cleaning up some debris left over from a storm in May without federal...

School budget presentation will have to wait

NAUGATUCK — After some debate, the Board of Education rejected two budget proposals and won’t present its request to finance officials for at least...

Busy agenda on tap for town meeting

BEACON FALLS — Voters will have their say on a number of issues at a town meeting. The Board of Selectmen will hold a town...

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