A public meeting will be held on September 26, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the Granby Senior Center, 15C North Granby Road, located behind Town Hall. This is an opportunity for the public to review the proposed roundabout and offer feedback.
Representing the Kearns Community Center Steering Committee, Alicia Newton and Elliot Altomare presented the group’s proposal to the town at the July 16 Board of Selectmen meeting. To meet its mission statement, (“a place to connect, empower and sustain our community”), the committee has produced a proposal that is designed to succeed without tax support, meaning that the town would no longer be responsible for the cost of maintaining the building.
The Granby Community Fund, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization since 1960, coordinates a town-wide fundraiser to support multiple community organizations providing valuable programs, supports and services to the residents of Granby.
Open Farm Day is like a pub-crawl except with less beer and more goats—but there is wine! The only thing more fun than visiting one farm is exploring up to a dozen in one day, catching exclusive events at each.
Susan Regan presented a three-pronged appeal to the Board of Selectmen during the Public Session of its July 16 meeting. Each of the requests has been made at prior times, but no satisfactory replies or actions have been rendered.
Peggy Lareau addressed the commission with two comments on sharing information. Lareau suggested that when there are regulation changes, the regulations should be posted online so the public may review them in advance.
Regardless of party, I think most Granby residents can agree that our proud town has often been overlooked when it comes to the decision makers in Hartford. New leadership in the capitol is in Granby’s best interest in both the short and long term, and that is why Amanda Webster is the right person to represent the 62nd District when voters go to the ballot box in November.