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As value of homes soar in borough, so too could taxes

By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- Property values are on the rise as the borough looks to complete the revaluation on its real estate. Since the...

Firm hired to collect: Unregistered cars a problem in Naugatuck

NAUGATUCK -- The borough is continuing a program with a local private investigation firm after having success combating unregistered cars that resulted in lost...

‘It’s just too much turmoil’: Beacon Falls shoots down budget

By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News BEACON FALLS -- More than 200 town residents at town meeting Wednesday overwhelmingly voted down the 2022-23 budget proposal. Residents voted 184-32...

$132.2M budget approved in Naugatuck, tax rate unchanged

By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- Borough officials have adopted a 2022-23 budget proposal that increases spending by about 2%, but projects to keep the...

Lamont pushes tax cuts during stops in borough, Southbury, Beacon Falls

By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News and Steve Bigham Republican-American NAUGATUCK -- Gov. Ned Lamont made stops in Southbury, Beacon Falls and in the borough Monday pushing his legislative...

Project on 150-acre site would bring 1,000 jobs to Waterbury

WATERBURY -- A development proposed for a roughly 150-acre site straddling Waterbury's southern border with Naugatuck would bring more than 1,000 full-time jobs and...

Errors on tax bills causing headaches

Fears over mistakes with car tax bills have come to fruition for local officials. The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles switched to a new computer...

Tax bills going out as referendum looms

NAUGATUCK — The borough will be sending out tax bills soon, despite not officially having a budget yet for the 2016-17 fiscal year. In May,...

Budget set, tax bills going out

NAUGATUCK — The third time proved to be the charm in regards to the borough’s budget. In October, officials adopted a $112.9 million budget for...

Mayors’ budget decisions take prudence, planning

The sluggish economy continues to make things difficult on people trying to manage their money. That goes for local mayors during the budget season, too. Prospect Mayor Bob Chatfield and Naugatuck Mayor Bob Mezzo spend plenty of their springs on crafting a budget that they think will best balance taxes with progress in their communities.

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