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Real Estate Transactions—April 2017

On April 10, 449 Wheeler Rd. was sold by Wheeler Road LLC to John and Orie Sullivan, for $119,000.   On April 13, 25 acres on Parker Hill Rd. were sold by Katherine Mark et al. to Norfolk Land Trust Inc., for $110,000.   On April 24, 15 Shepard Rd. was sold by William and […]

Selectmen’s Corner

  By Sue Dyer Household Hazardous Waste Day will be held on Saturday, June 3 in Falls Village at the highway garage from 9 until noon. This is your opportunity to get rid of old paints, stains, turpentine cans, pesticides, herbicides, household cleaners and hobby supplies. Propane tanks from gas grills will also be accepted […]

Letters—June 2017

To the Editor: Toward the end of her article in the May issue about local street and road names, Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo wonders whether anyone in town knows anything of “the Windrows,” who might have given their name to Windrow Road. I think the name actually comes not from a family but from a physical […]

Milestones—Wheaton Byers, 1925–2017

Wheaton Byers, who moved to North Canaan with his wife, Laura, in 1986 after a career in the State Department and the Central Intelligence Agency, died peacefully at his home on Friday, April 21. He was 91 years old. Byers was born in 1925 and first came to the Canaan Valley with his family in […]

Community News—June 2017

Norfolk Land Trust Hikes As part Connecticut Trails Day, the NLT will offer two different hikes at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 3, at the Billings trailhead on Grantville Road: a three-mile hike to the East Summit Trail and a two-mile hike to the Pine Mountain Trail. Both include a fairly steep ascent, and the trails […]

Norfolk Then . . .

The auction is about to begin, as potential buyers browse among an assortment of furniture in front of George W. Scoville’s store on Greenwoods Road near the corner of the Green. Scoville was a dealer in furniture and upholstery as well as town undertaker and funeral director. The store no longer stands, but Scoville’s house, […]

View from the Green

Distracted Driving   By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo We’re all guilty of it. You’re in the car, bored as hell on your fourth trip to Torrington in three days, and your phone pings, or chirps, or whistles at you, and you simply must know what information is coming in . . . immediately. So you check […]

Selectmen’s Corner—May 2017

There will be a referendum on the Northwestern Regional No. 7 budget on Tuesday, May 2 from noon to 8 p.m. at the Norfolk Town Hall. Please come out and vote. The Annual Town Meeting will be held on Monday, May 8 at 7 p.m. at Botelle School in the Hall of Flags.

March Real Estate Transactions

On March 2, US Bank Trust NA, Trustee, sold 988 Litchfield Road to Brad Bousquet for $100,000. On March 28, Pamela Kinsey sold 25 acres of land on Loon Meadow Drive to Michael J. Halloran for $50,000.  

Letters—May 2017

Keep Norfolk Safe and Clean In the April 2017 edition of Norfolk Now, a letter appeared explaining that the Economic Development Commission was considering the development of a neighborhood cleanup and watch program. I am pleased to announce that many residents have already responded in a positive way. Some of you have already been picking […]