The New Year started off with a big bang in Granby with at least four important issues working their way through Town Hall and various municipal Boards and Commissions. While meeting minutes are published in this issue, and detailed information is available on the town websites, here’s my Cliff Notes version of what’s up in Granby.
To be eligible to vote in the presidential primary on Tuesday, April 28, you must be registered as a Democrat or Republican. Voters are encouraged to check their party affiliation online at portaldir.ct.gov/sots/LookUp.aspx.
What happened to Granby during the 1970s—that globally transformative decade now a half-century past? Its population exploded, it changed physically, it lost some farms, and it struggled with the forces of national and global influence.
A brief recognition ceremony for former Selectman James Lofink took place prior to the regular Board of Selectmen meeting. First Selectman Kuhnly honored him by recognizing the boards and commissions that he has served on over the years.