Candidates to Debate for the 62nd

In honor of National Voter Registration Day, incumbent Republican House Rep. Mark Anderson and Democratic challenger Kim Becker will debate the issues affecting the 62nd District.

Making progress with the Strategic Plan

The Board of Selectmen has gone to great lengths to ensure that all residents have had their say about the Strategic Plan that will eventually enumerate the values most important to the community to improve life in our town.

Drought conditions warrant continued water conservation

Connecticut has experienced lower than normal rainfall, with rain amounts totaling an estimated one inch, compared to four inches of rain which would typically fall in this time period. Lower rainfall, combined with high water demand, has led the State of Connecticut’s lnteragency Drought Working Group to declare that all eight counties in the state are experiencing Stage 2 drought conditions. 

August 9 Primary Results

Democratic and Republican voters in Granby voted in their party’s primaries on Aug. 9.

BOS approves use of ARPA funds

At its Aug. 15 meeting, the Granby Board of Selectmen approved the use of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for ventilation improvements at Wells Road School and ventilation and air conditioning at Granby Memorial High School.

Where there’s a need, there’s a Lion

When Sandy Flagg, director of Waste Not Want Not Community Kitchen, discovered that one of its commercial freezers had died, Flagg’s first thought was to contact the Granby Lions.

Connecticut Gubernatorial debates

Oct. 27, sponsored by the League of Women Voters
Nov. 4, sponsored by Channel 8
Mark your calendars. More details in the October issue.