The Marlborough Board of Selectmen is seeking residents who are interested in serving on the various Boards and Commissions. While applications are accepted at any time for all Boards and Commissions, we are providing notice and encouraging residents to apply to fill current vacancies on the following boards and commissions:
• Economic Development Commission (full seat and alternate);
• Conservation Commission (alternate);
• Commission on Aging (alternate);
• Water Pollution Control Authority ( 2 alternates);
• Nature Trails and Sidewalks Commission (alternate);
• Marlborough Board of Education (full seat).
We encourage those interested to complete the application found on the Town’s website at https://marlboroughct.net/images/stories/PDF/Application_for_Board_or_Commission.pdf
In accordance with the Town Charter, and based on the current composition of the various Boards and Commissions, Party affiliation or other qualifications may or may not be considered when appointments are made. We encourage those who are unaffiliated and those who belong to minor parties, as well as Democrats and Republicans, to apply.
Residents are always welcome to attend any of the public Board and Commission meetings to learn more.
CRCOG has developed a program to provide FREE technical assistance to small businesses looking to transition to or improve their digital presence.
Using EDA CARES Grant funds provided by a sub-grant from DECD, CRCOG has contracted with HostingCT, LLC in Windsor, CT to provide digital technical assistance at no cost to eligible businesses in the Capitol Region.
Applications are available now.....https://crcog.hostingct.com/
Eligibility: businesses must be located in the Capitol Region, be a Small or Minority Owned business (SBE, MBE, WBE, VBE, DBE), may be a sole proprietorship, and currently has no or limited internet presence, social media, and/or e-commerce.
Principal Program Manager
Capitol Region Council of Governments
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Marlborough residents are required to have a current town sticker in order to have access to Blish Park or to use the town’s Transfer Station. Stickers may be obtained at no cost for vehicles registered in Marlborough. To obtain a sticker, please visit the Park & Rec office at 17 School Drive or complete an application form (available on the Town website) and return it to the Park & Rec office or the dropbox outside of Town Hall, with a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Upon verification of the vehicle’s registration, your sticker will be mailed back to you.
Please call the Park & Rec Office (860-295-6203) or the Transfer Station (860-295-6218) with any questions. All stickers must be adhered to the lower left corner of the car’s windshield to be accepted; loose stickers are not valid.
Any vehicle parked at any Blish Park lot without a valid sticker is subject to ticketing, regardless of residency.
Temporary parking passes for Blish Park are available to active participants of the triathlon series obtainable from the Parks and Recreation or Town Clerk's Office, and must be applied for in person.
Parking passes are not for sale and are not available to non-residents.
What CAN and CANNOT be discarded in medication drop-boxes
• Over-the-counter medications
• Prescription medications
• Medication samples
• Medications for household pets
• Medicated lotions or ointment
• Needles or other “sharps”
• Hazardous waste
• Personal care products (shampoo, etc.)