For information regarding Charter Review, go to: https://www.cga.ct.gov/2017/rpt/pdf/2017-R-0117.pdf
Vision Government Solutions Data Collectors have begun the revaluation project . Data Collectors, Tonya Ohlund, will be in a 2005 Silver Toyota Highlander with plate number AU73402. William Glover has a 2013 Mazda 3 - Silver with CT Plate 1ARRG1, Dave Mackie has a black 2015 Toyota Camry with Rhode Island plate # ZS-195
Parking ban is in effect, for more information regarding Parking Ordinance etc. go to:https://marlboroughct.net/images/stories/PDF/parkingordinance.pdf
There will be a Presidential Preference Primary on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. There may be both a Democrat and Republican Primary. In order to vote in a Party Primary you must be enrolled in the party. Unaffiliated voters are not allowed to vote in a Primary. Party changes from one party to another party, must be done 90 days before a scheduled Primary
Basketball Hoops and Trash Cans
The Public Works Department would like to remind residents of the possible hazard a portable basketball pole can present when placed on the side of the roadway. The hoop that extends into the travel lane can cause damage to passing vehicles and equipment. Please be sure that the structure is placed well off the roadway as to not interfere with passing traffic.
During the snow season the basketball poles must be removed entirely as they interfere with snow operations. Another obstacle that the plows face is the placement of garbage containers along the roadway. The Town crew is responsible for clearing the snow back to the curb and the garbage containers should be placed accordingly.
A further reminder for residents, do not let children play in the snow embankments on the side of the road. Although they are an attractive recreation area, the snow plow drivers cannot see the presence
of a small child playing, especially if it is snowing.
Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our roadways safe.
There will be a public information meeting on Tuesday, February 4th at 7:00 p.m. to discuss the South Main Street over Fawn Brook Bridge Project. Click here to view the letter to residents for more details.
Portable generators are useful when temporary or remote electric power is needed, but they can be hazardous. The primary hazards to avoid when using them are carbon monoxide poisoning, electric shock or electrocution, and fire.
Click here for some tips from the U.S. Fire Administration.
Downed utility lines, power company blackouts, heavy snow falls or summer storms can all lead to power outages. Many people turn to a portable generator for a temporary solution without knowing the risks.
Click here for more information.