Tag Archives: Board of Mayor and Burgesses

Naugatuck partners with Waterbury to form regional development agency

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials approved partnering with Waterbury on a new development agency that will focus on regional economic development projects. “Working together is the way of the future and…

Board continues litter ordinance hearing

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses continued a hearing on amendments to the litter ordinance to its September meeting. Officials are proposing several changes to the ordinance. Among…

Borough to upgrade website

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses Aug. 6 approved spending up to $20,000 to upgrade the municipal and Naugatuck Police Department’s websites. Information Technology Director Jim Kallipolites said…

Borough awards bid to remove solar panels

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials have hired a New Haven-based company to remove solar panels built into the roof of Naugatuck High School, with the hope and expectation that doing so…

Borough, white collar union agree to contract

NAUGATUCK — The borough and the white collar union have reached terms on a new, four-year contract. The contract with the United Public Service Employees Union, Local 424 Unit 15…

Borough eyeing new approach with child safety zones

Legal questions have left adopted ordinance on the shelf NAUGATUCK — Seventeen months have passed since the Board of Mayor and Burgesses approved an ordinance that banned registered sex offenders…

Contract solidifies deputy chief’s appointment

NAUGATUCK — The borough and Deputy Police Chief C. Colin McAllister reached an agreement on a contract last week. The Board of Police Commissioners appointed McAllister, a 34-year-old Middlebury resident,…

Borough OKs funds for river brigade

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week approved a $3,600 payment to Waterbury to help fund the Naugatuck River Brigade. The brigade is made of local teenagers…

Officials eye changes to litter ordinance

NAUGATUCK — Officials are proposing several changes to Naugatuck’s littering ordinance, the largest of which targets collection bins for donations. Burgess Rocky Vitale presented the changes, which were recommended by…

Board awards bid to install lights for new field

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week approved moving forward with installing lights for new athletic fields along Osborn Road and Wisteria Drive. The board voted 6…