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Eye on Town Government

Selectmen Make Provisions for Next Winter and Repair Damages from the Last By Robert Carter The Norfolk Board of Selectmen held its first monthly meeting of the new fiscal year on July 1. The Farmers Market has requested to use the upstairs at town hall twice a month from November through April. After considering a […]

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Board of Education Salutes Departing Administrators By Robert Carter At its meeting on June 11, the Norfolk Board of Education recognized the departure of Botelle’s principal and superintendent at the end of the school year. The board thanked Principal Peter Michelson and Superintendent George Counter for their service to the school and dedication to its […]

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By Wiley Wood At the Board of Selectmen’s regular meeting on April 1, 2014, a letter from a Norfolk resident prompted a discussion of crime prevention. First Selectman Sue Dyer had investigated the possibility of hiring a constable to help the resident trooper with his duties. Her research revealed that the town would have to […]

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Pension Plans, Affordable Housing Addressed At Town Hall By Wiley Wood Changing the pension plan for town employees from a “defined benefit plan” to a “defined contribution plan” sounds like a subject for serious policy wonks. But First Selectman Sue Dyer is, in fact, a serious policy wonk, and she has pursued the issue through […]

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Grants, Road Maintenance, Land Use, and Fiber-Optics Discussed By Wiley Wood At a selectmen’s meeting on August 6, First Selectman Sue Dyer reported that two grants the town had recently applied for had been denied: a Small Town Economic Assistance Program (STEAP) grant from the state to renovate downtown sidewalks and a Main Street grant […]

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Marginally Higher Budget and Mill Rate Approved at Annual Town Meeting By Wiley Wood The citizens of Norfolk approved a budget at the annual town meeting on May 13. Total spending on education and general government is to rise by 1.2 percent. The mill rate is rising four hundredths of a mill to 20.22, adding […]

Eye On Town Government — May 2013

By Wiley Wood   Budget discussions this past month were led off by the Board of Selectmen, which presented its preliminary budget to the Board of Finance on April 2. Total expenditures for the town, exclusive of education, were set at $3,371,800, an increase of 4-percent or $131,550 over last year.   A number of […]

The Town Budget May Not Go Up, But It Is Still a Guessing Game

By Wiley Wood At three separate meetings in March. Norfolk’s Board of Selectmen worked on a budget for presentation to the Board of Finance in early April. As a result, the proposed total expenditures for the town will go up but only slightly. Education is still the major expense, followed by roads. State funding levels […]

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It’s That Time of Year Again Budgets dominate discussions at Town Hall By Wiley Wood With town budgets to be drawn up in March and voted on in April, discussions at Norfolk’s town hall this month were largely about projected spending for the coming year. On Feb. 5, members of the Norfolk Volunteer Fire Department […]