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Local News for Norfolk, Connecticut

10/14/2021

From Norfolk Gov. News…

Tax Collector Changes Office Hours The Tax Collector’s office will have new hours starting Monday, Oct. 18. The office will be open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon. The post appeared first on Norfolk, Connecticut. Read the article on norfolkct.org READ MORE.
10/07/2021

From Norfolk Gov. News…

Transfer Station Closed Monday The transfer station will be closed Monday, Oct. 11, for Columbus Day. It will be open both Tuesday, Oct. 12, and Wednesday, Oct. 13. The post appeared first on Norfolk, Connecticut. Read the article on norfolkct.org READ MORE.
10/01/2021

EDC Prepares “Welcome to Norfolk” Booklet

Eye on Town Government by Ruth Melville At the July 8 meeting of the Economic Development Commission, the first order of business was to welcome Jenna Brown as a newly appointed member of the commission. Marie Lowe thanked the many people in town-including Matt Bannerman, Leo Groppo, West Lowe, Nash Pradhan, Christina Vanderlip and Leslie READ MORE.
10/01/2021

Inland Wetlands And P&Z Review Haystack Woods Road

Eye on Town Government by Susan MacEachron The focus of both the Inland Wetlands Agency (Wetlands) meeting on July 12 and the Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) on July 13 was the request from the Foundation for Norfolk Living to construct a new town road to access the Haystack Woods affordable-housing development, first presented to READ MORE.
New Gateways Welcome Visitors to Town10/01/2021

New Gateways Welcome Visitors to Town

By Doreen Kelly “Village Improvement Together!” is the motto of the Norfolk Community Association (NCA), and there couldn’t be a more fitting description of its most recently completed undertaking-the Welcome to Norfolk beautification project, made possible by a grant from The Evan Hughes Charitable Trust and in partnership with the Norfolk Economic Development Commission (EDC). READ MORE.
Mapping the Future of Norfolk's Public Trails10/01/2021

Mapping the Future of Norfolk’s Public Trails

Project will consolidate data on every hiking path in one online site Text by Andra MossPhoto by Dawn Whalen Looking for a great public trail in Norfolk? Hikers are definitely spoiled for choice, with dozens of miles of wooded paths, former carriage roads, logging trails and railway beds silently beckoning. Whatever one’s perambulatory mood, be READ MORE.

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