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Slow Down, You Move Too Fast

Life is a Highway claims the once top hit by Rascal Flatts. But Granby roads are not highways. Whether you live on a “cut through” street or a cul-de-sac, speeding probably affects you.

Absentee Ballots available

An important change in the wording and interpretation of the state statute has given all registered voters who are concerned about the pandemic, the option to obtain and fill out an absentee ballot application, vote absentee, and use the black Official Ballot Drop Box located in front of Town Hall for completed applications and ballots.

BOS seeks input on draft of the Strategic Plan

Over the past few months, the Board of Selectmen has worked on the draft of a strategic plan. The plan is based on proposed goals and objectives provided by Granby’s appointed and elected boards and commissions, as well as input received at several public work sessions.

Music to his ears

Alyssa Hall’s harp music enthralls Smoke, one of the equines at Angel Horses during the annual Open Farm Day Sept. 17.

Granby Assessor’s October 2022 Revaluation Update

Connecticut State Law requires that each municipality conduct a Revaluation of all properties every five years so that all properties can reflect current market value. Granby’s last Revaluation was completed in 2017. The Assessor’s Office has been engaged in the process to complete the 2022 Revaluation over the last 18 months.

Slow Down, You Move Too Fast

Life is a Highway claims the once top hit by Rascal Flatts. But Granby roads are not highways. Whether you live on a “cut through” street or a cul-de-sac, speeding probably affects you.

Absentee Ballots available

An important change in the wording and interpretation of the state statute has given all registered voters who are concerned about the pandemic, the option to obtain and fill out an absentee ballot application, vote absentee, and use the black Official Ballot Drop Box located in front of Town Hall for completed applications and ballots.

BOS seeks input on draft of the Strategic Plan

Over the past few months, the Board of Selectmen has worked on the draft of a strategic plan. The plan is based on proposed goals and objectives provided by Granby’s appointed and elected boards and commissions, as well as input received at several public work sessions.

Granby Assessor’s October 2022 Revaluation Update

Connecticut State Law requires that each municipality conduct a Revaluation of all properties every five years so that all properties can reflect current market value. Granby’s last Revaluation was completed in 2017. The Assessor’s Office has been engaged in the process to complete the 2022 Revaluation over the last 18 months.