Granby to participate in Neighborhood Assistance Act Program

Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) has announced the 2019 Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Program Proposal. This program provides tax credits to businesses that make cash investments in qualifying community non-profit programs. Projects approved in the past have come from public service departments such as police, fire and ambulance; health service agencies; land trusts and more.

Registrars of Voters

On Monday, April 22, the Town Budget Referendum will be held in the Town Hall Meeting Room in Granby’s Town Hall, 15 North Granby Road.

Public Works

Granby will once again work with local towns to host hazardous waste collections.  The first collection will be Saturday, April 27, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 10 Monteith Drive in Farmington.

Cossitt renovation on the horizon

You may have gone by the Cossitt Library recently and said “What in the world is happening there?” Plastic is covering windows and exterior walls.

Browse & Borrow

To register for any program call 860-844-5275, email gplibrary@granby-ct.gov or register on the website, granby-ct.gov/library. Just click on the Program and Events Calendar tab and select the programs you want to attend.

Planning & Zoning meeting Minutes

Stanley Kardys, owner of 186 Case Street, addressed the commission and gave a brief description of his family’s history with the property. Kardys explained he has been researching the possible subdivision and open space/farmland preservation of his property.

Capital Planning—the Granby way

Since the 1980s Granby has utilized a rather unique workhorse for capital planning, the Capital Program Priority Advisory Committee, commonly referred to as CPPAC.

Granby wins 2018 Democracy Cup

For the Nov. 6 Gubernatorial election, the town of Granby won the medium-sized town award for the highest voter turnout in the state. Granby had a 76.97 percent turnout: 5,894 of 7,675 registered voters.

CPPAC still looking for residents’ comments

Capital Program Priority Advisory Committee (CPPAC) members are seeking residents’ comments on capital projects that the committee is looking to recommend to the board of selectmen for bonding.