Support for Lampert

I’m writing in support of Audrey Lampert, candidate for Connecticut House of Representatives, 62nd District. I’ve known Audrey for years.

2020 Dog Licensing

Pursuant to Connecticut General Statute, all dogs over the age of six months must be licensed in the town of residence no later than June 30 each year. Dog licensing for 2020 will start June 1.

Should voters have a vote on how to vote?

The COVID-19 virus pandemic is now a primary intervenor in our 2020, and possibly 2022, elections rather than a foreign entity. In fact, if the virus blame can be squarely placed on China, rather than a collusion with Russia, then that changes the landscape for the U.S. Presidential election.

COVID-19—Coping, caring and moving forward

What just happened? Is it even possible to describe the last two months and the impact the global pandemic has had on each of us, our communities, the state, the nation and the world?

Final days of the school year

I hope this message finds you and your family well. It was with a very heavy heart that I informed the community that Governor Lamont announced to the State of Connecticut on May 5, 2020, that all public schools will remain closed through the end of the school year.

Granby Road Race goes virtual

The Granby Road Race Committee started meeting to plan the 49th Annual Road Race in November. We brainstormed ways to make the 2020 race better than last year and began to dream about what the 50th Annual Granby Road Race would look like (stay tuned for that).

No waste here!

Rosia Kennedy (l.) and Sandy Flagg with one of three car loads full of food donated by Granby Stop & Shop patrons. The food was given to the Waste Not, Want Not kitchen that feeds more than 200 people each Wednesday.

Spring Greetings from the YSB

If you have been following us on social media, you know the YSB has maintained its counseling services. Our counseling vacancy has been filled and we welcome Alexis Neimann, MFT to our staff.