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Local News for Middlefield, Connecticut

09/24/2020

Public Meeting – Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Update, 9/29

The Lower Connecticut River Valley (aka RiverCog) will hold a public meeting for the natural hazard mitigation plan update, during which the draft will be presented, on Tuesday, Sept. 29th at 7:00 pm via Microsoft Teams: Join Microsoft Teams Meeting +1 571-360-4685 United States, Arlington (Toll) Conference ID: 772 584 386# Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2817343645212519/   RiverCOG READ MORE.
09/18/2020

LAKE BESECK SEWER USAGE CHARGE

Town of Middlefield, Connecticut Water Pollution Control Authority Lake Beseck Sewer Use Charge Be it Resolved by the Middlefield, Connecticut, Water Pollution Control Authority, that: 1. General In accordance with the provisions of Section 7-255 of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended, a use charge shall be levied annually on all properties connected or ordered READ MORE.
09/18/2020

WPCA LEGAL NOTICE

TOWN of MIDDLEFIELD, CONNECTICUT Water Pollution Control Authority Legal Notice Town of Middlefield, CT Water Pollution Control Authority Pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. § 7-255 the Town of Middlefield Water Pollution Control Authority filed with the Town Clerk of Middlefield on September 18th, 2020: 1) The Lake Beseck Sewer Area; use charge of $700.00 per READ MORE.
09/04/2020

WPCA PUBLIC HEARING LEGAL NOTICE

Legal Notice Town of Middlefield, CT Water Pollution Control Authority The Town of Middlefield Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA) will hold a public hearing pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. § 7-255 on September 16th, 2020 at 7 pm at the Peckham Park Pavilion, 161 Strickland Road, Middlefield, CT. The Middlefield WPCA has proposed sewer use READ MORE.
08/25/2020

November General Elections Process and Timelines

Secretary Merrill Outlines Process and Timelines for November General Election Every Connecticut voter will have the opportunity to safely and securely cast their ballot by the method of their choosing and make their voice heard HARTFORD – Connecticut’s Secretary of the State Denise Merrill today outlined the process and timeline for the November general election READ MORE.
08/19/2020

Book Returns

•Our outdoor book drops are open for returns •No fines for overdue books will be added to your card at this time •Your returned books will be “quarantined ” for 96 hours BEFORE being checked in •Your books can be returned to any public library in Connecticut The post Book Returns appeared first on Levi READ MORE.

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