At a recent board meeting of the Granby Land Trust, a discussion occurred regarding dog walking on Land Trust properties. Leashed dogs have been and are always welcome, but board member and veteran birder John Weeks brought “secondary scent-vectored predation” to the table at a recent board meeting.
The directors of the committee proposing the new use of the Kearns school building as a community center gave a presentation to the Board of Selectmen at its Dec. 17 meeting, which was followed by a public hearing at the Board’s Jan.
A second student liaison has joined the Board of Selectmen. Granby Memorial High School senior James Kuhnly has always been interested in world happenings, and closer to home, local government, having an uncle who served 40 years on Simsbury’s Planning and Zoning commission.
Moosehorn, Griffin, Donohue, Simsbury, Hungary and Enders — Granby roads with bridge issues. The wheels of government turn slowly when it comes to diagnosing and financing repairs of these structures, but inspections have been made, problems identified and financing is in the works.
After a brief bit of business in approving an application for alcohol use at a Nov. 17 private party in the Park House, the Board of Selectmen discussed policies and goals during a special meeting on Nov.
Sponsored by Granby Public Library and the Granby Land Trust, national wildlife conservationist and Barkhamsted resident Ginny Apple presented a program on local bobcats on Sept. 17 at the center library.
It would be hard to not be enthusiastic about the Granby Library system after spending some time with Amy McCue, its new director. Her pleasant personality bubbles about all things library and informs her passion of working with people.