Capital Planning—the Granby way

Since the 1980s Granby has utilized a rather unique workhorse for capital planning, the Capital Program Priority Advisory Committee, commonly referred to as CPPAC.

Granby wins 2018 Democracy Cup

For the Nov. 6 Gubernatorial election, the town of Granby won the medium-sized town award for the highest voter turnout in the state. Granby had a 76.97 percent turnout: 5,894 of 7,675 registered voters.

CPPAC still looking for residents’ comments

Capital Program Priority Advisory Committee (CPPAC) members are seeking residents’ comments on capital projects that the committee is looking to recommend to the board of selectmen for bonding.

Budget Meeting Notes

First Selectman Kuhnly opened the meeting and announced that if anyone from the audience had questions to please submit them in writing to the Town Manager or First Selectman.

Community Center and business incubator for all

The Kearns Regional Community Center board of directors appreciates all of the support and questions from residents, town officials and the town advisory committee. We firmly believe that good questions lead to better outcomes, whether that is financial stability, small business development or social good.

Poetry and music in Granby

On March 9 I attended the statewide Poetry Out Loud competition in Middletown. I have served as a judge in the Granby Memorial High School for Poetry Out Loud for two years running and I had a rehearsal in Middletown that morning but I was able to see a little of the end result of the hard work of students from every town in Connecticut.

Equal Pay Day April 2

Recognize Equal Pay Day on April 2 to symbolize how far women and minorities are “in the red” with their paycheck. On Tuesday, April 2, women across the United States will join in a national day of action called Equal Pay Day.