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News from Town Hall

The revised Granby Town Charter was adopted by a vote of 1,926 “Yes” votes and 567 “No” votes. The community appreciates the thoughtful approach taken by the Charter Review Commission members and their invaluable contribution in revising the charter.

Bordonaro scores her 1,000th point for GMHS girls basketball

If you have ever stepped inside the K.L. King Gymnasium at Granby Memorial High School, the most eye-catching details are the countless maroon and gold banners decorating the dark wood walls. From the 1973 field hockey banner that commemorates the first state championship in school history to recent titles and individual awards, the tall walls of the gym can be likened to a museum.
While teams usually have to wait until the end of the season before any titles are awarded, Granby girls basketball senior captain Alyssa Bordonaro has already earned her place on the wall.

Challenging budget season underway

The traditional Three Board Meeting held in mid-January began the focus on the budget for Fiscal Year 2025 (FY25 runs from July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025.) At this meeting the Boards of Selectmen and Education presented their projected operating budgets, infrastructure and capital needs to the Board of Finance.

Unleashing Creativity: A journey into the Cossitt Creation Station

Are you a creative soul who is constantly buzzing with new ideas and projects? Or perhaps you have always wanted to dive into the world of crafting, DIY projects, or technology but never found the right avenue to explore your passions? Look no further than Granby’s newest makerspace, the Cossitt Creation Station (CCS).

Update

In the December issue’s letters, Deb Roe suggested that those interested in less aircraft noise and cleaner air for Granby should contact her. Roe has updated her email address to GranbySky@gmail.com

News from Town Hall

The revised Granby Town Charter was adopted by a vote of 1,926 “Yes” votes and 567 “No” votes. The community appreciates the thoughtful approach taken by the Charter Review Commission members and their invaluable contribution in revising the charter.

Challenging budget season underway

The traditional Three Board Meeting held in mid-January began the focus on the budget for Fiscal Year 2025 (FY25 runs from July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025.) At this meeting the Boards of Selectmen and Education presented their projected operating budgets, infrastructure and capital needs to the Board of Finance.

Unleashing Creativity: A journey into the Cossitt Creation Station

Are you a creative soul who is constantly buzzing with new ideas and projects? Or perhaps you have always wanted to dive into the world of crafting, DIY projects, or technology but never found the right avenue to explore your passions? Look no further than Granby’s newest makerspace, the Cossitt Creation Station (CCS).

Update

In the December issue’s letters, Deb Roe suggested that those interested in less aircraft noise and cleaner air for Granby should contact her. Roe has updated her email address to GranbySky@gmail.com