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Local News for Seymour, Connecticut

10/01/2020

Proposed Ordinance Changes

September 23, 2020 – The Board of Selectmen are reviewing the following proposed ordinances, during a Public Hearing on October 6, 2020 at 6:45pm via Zoom. nbsp; WPCA Proposed Ordinance Fire Department Proposed Ordinances […] Read the article on seymourct.org READ MORE.
09/30/2020

Story-time on Zoom

Every Wednesday through November 11, 2020- Join Ms. Suzanne for some books, fingerplays, & music- There will be a craft available through curbside pickup- Suggested for ages 3 years to 5 years old- 6 week program, registration is required- You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: Oct 7, 2020 10:30 AM Eastern Time (US READ MORE.
09/30/2020

Story-hour on Zoom!

Every Wednesday through November 11, 2020- Join Ms. Suzanne for some books, fingerplays, & music- There will be a craft available through curbside pickup- Suggested for ages 3 years to 5 years old- 6 week program, registration is required-Link will be provided soon. Contact Suzanne Garvey at sgarvey@biblio.org for any questions or 203-888-3903 ext 5 READ MORE.
Valley United Way: Last day for the ...09/30/2020

Valley United Way: Last day for the …

Last day for the UPS workplace Campaign is today! So grateful for their continual support over the years and the strong partner they are to so many United Ways. Interested in starting a workplace campaign at your job? Find out how by emailing: Brian.Mezzi@valleyunitedway.org Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
Valley United Way: "ALICE households often live in areas w/ limited community resources. This lack of resources has immediate & direct costs. For example, w/o public transportation or publicly funded preschools, ALICE families pay more for transportation and child care." ...09/25/2020

Valley United Way: “ALICE households often live in areas w/ limited community resources. This lack of resources has immediate & direct costs. For example, w/o public transportation or publicly funded preschools, ALICE families pay more for transportation and child care.” …

“ALICE households often live in areas w/ limited community resources. This lack of resources has immediate & direct costs. For example, w/o public transportation or publicly funded preschools, ALICE families pay more for transportation and child care.” Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
Valley United Way: "The ALICE Report for CT presents the latest data available-a snapshot of economic conditions across CT in 2018. By showing how households were struggling then, the ALICE Research provides the backstory for why COVID is having such a devastating impact. ...09/24/2020

Valley United Way: “The ALICE Report for CT presents the latest data available-a snapshot of economic conditions across CT in 2018. By showing how households were struggling then, the ALICE Research provides the backstory for why COVID is having such a devastating impact. …

“The ALICE Report for CT presents the latest data available-a snapshot of economic conditions across CT in 2018. By showing how households were struggling then, the ALICE Research provides the backstory for why COVID is having such a devastating impact. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.

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