TOWN OF NORTH STONINGTON, CT
ANNUAL FINANCE PUBLIC HEARING
Warning is hereby given to the residents and taxpayers of the Town of North Stonington that a hearing will be held at the following location on the date and time indicated in order to comply with Connecticut General Statute 7-344, that states:
Appropriations. Laying of Tax. Not less than two weeks before the Annual Town Meeting, the Board (of Finance) shall hold a public hearing, at which itemized estimates of the expenditures of the town for the ensuing fiscal year, 2016-2017, be presented and at which all persons shall be heard in regard to any appropriations which they are desirous that the Board should recommend or reject.
Location: North Stonington Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room
Date: May 23, 2016
Time: 7:00 PM
Town of North Stonington
JUNE 4, 2016
10 AM - 12:30 PM
North Stonington Town Hall
40 Main Street
North Stonington, CT 06359
*Services provided by Dr. Morrone*
**The Town Clerk will be on site to license dogs that live in North Stonington for your convenience**
***All dogs must be on a leash and all cats in a carrier ***
***Please bring previous rabies certificate
to receive 3yr. vaccine***
SCRRRA Household Hazardous Waste
-Online Voter Registration Link-
Because 2016 is a Presidential year we can expect that voter participation will be strong and that third party organizations and campaigns will be highly active. This is also a reminded to register in advance, or update your information to minimize any confusion on Election Day. The link will help you confirm that your address on file is current as well as your party affiliation. It will be especially helpful in the Presidential and State Primaries because Connecticut only allows enrolled members of the major party to vote in those elections.
Black Bear Sightings
There have been several reports of Black Bears in the Wyassup Lake and Pendleton Hill Area.
or call the State Wildlife Division, at (860) 675-8130
Community Close-UP Article
North Stonington is among Connecticut’s most beautiful towns, with its stunning stone walls, thousands of acres of hilly countryside and open space (including five working dairy farms), and a coveted place on the National Register of Historic Places, with nearly 60 homes and other buildings dating back to the late 18th and early 19th centuries..... MORE
Housing Rehabilitation Program
The town of North Stonington was approved for a $400,000 Housing rehabilitation grant.
Grant money is available for those who qualify while funding is available.
Hewitt Farm will be maintained, protected and preserved as a place of traditional New England beauty with its fields, stonewalls, forests, pond, waterways and eighteenth century... MORE
In 2010, the Sunshine Review, a 501(c)3 non-profit, pro-transparency organization developed a ten-point transparency checklist to evaluate if government websites proactively and voluntarily disclose information to the public and media.
The following is a list of their recommendations that should be on a Municipal Website and what the Town of North Stonington has available... MORE