Tag Archives: Board of Mayor and Burgesses

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…

No challenge to arbitrators

New contract in place for borough firefighters NAUGATUCK — Nearly two years after the last firefighters’ contract ran out, the borough and the Naugatuck Fire Fighters Union Local 1219 have…

Board amends reserve fund policy

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials have given themselves some more leeway when it comes to using money from the reserve fund. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week approved an…

Board approves contract extension with MIRA

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week voted to extend its contract with Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority, or MIRA, for 10 years. MIRA, which is a…

Borough, supervisors agree to new deal

NAUGATUCK — After more than a year of negotiations, the borough and the union representing supervisors have come to terms on a new contract. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses…

Board OKs buying portable stage

NAUGAUCK — The borough will soon have its own portable stage for festivals. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week approved buying a used, 28-foot-by-32-foot portable stage and stage…