Conservation Commission advocates for zoning reg change

Granby Conservation Commission members Zach Donais and David Desiderato provided a presentation to the Granby Planning and Zoning Commission in October on possible changes to the zoning regulations for landscaping on large project site plans to promote the use of only native, non-invasive plants.

New Grange officers installed

On Oct. 8, Connecticut State Grange Chief Deputy Peter Keefe and his Winchester Grange Installation Team visited Granby Grange to install the newly elected 2023-24 Granby Grange Officers. 

Stony Hill Village celebrates 50+ years

On Sept. 6, Stony Hill Village celebrated its 50+ year anniversary with  attendees including residents, State Representative Mark Anderson, First Selectman Mark Fiorentino, Selectmen Kelly Rome and Dr. Fred Moffa, former Board Chair Ted Christensen, and many community members.

Community Serve Day planned at Stony Hill Village

On Saturday, Oct. 7, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, the Stony Hill Village Board of Directors will host a Community Serve Day at the village, to help spruce up the grounds of this 50+ year old affordable housing community and assist residents on various tasks as needed.

Grange to host first rubber duck race

With the rebirth of Granby Grange, a new community fundraiser has been started; namely, the Granby Grange Annual Rubber Duck Race, which will be held on Saturday, April 29, from 2–4 p.m. at Salmon Brook Park.