Tag Archives: Board of Mayor and Burgesses

Borough board OKs sale of properties

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week unanimously approved the sale of five properties to the Naugatuck-based HTS Construction. HTS, which is owned by Theron Simons, the…

Borough board OKs capital purchases

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted last week to purchase six capital items using the roughly $100,000 left in a special account for fees collected by the…

Proposal would put ads on tax bills

NAUGATUCK — The borough is considering selling advertising space on tax bills. Controller Allison Bruce presented the idea to the Board of Mayor and Burgesses on Oct. 3. She said…

Policy sets process for emergency purchases

NAUGATUCK — The borough has a new policy that is designed to streamline and define the process to make emergency purchases. Under the policy, which the Board of Mayor and…

Borough settles with EPA over compliance issue

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted Tuesday to sign a consent decree agreeing to comply with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards for mercury emissions at its wastewater…

Task force to focus on litter

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials want to clean up the streets. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses appointed a litter task force at a special meeting this week after discussing litter…

Borough OKs contract, adjusts paving plan

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week awarded a $423,914 contract to Complete Construction Company out of Ansonia to pave a portion of Spring Street. A roughly…

Towns follow Waterbury’s lead with lawsuit

NAUGATUCK — The borough will join a growing number of municipalities in a lawsuit against drug companies. The Board of Mayor and Burgess voted unanimously on Tuesday to join Waterbury…

Borough hires new controller

NAUGATUCK — The borough has a new controller and some familiar faces in new positions. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses this month hired Allyson Bruce as the borough’s next…

Borough bundling properties

NAUGATUCK — Officials are considering a “buy one, get one” sale on certain borough-owned properties. The catch is the property the purchaser “gets” is one the borough hasn’t been able…