A look at tax relief programs

At this time of year most people have filed their income taxes and may be reviewing their personal finances to plan for next year. Similarly, the town’s elected boards and my staff have just completed the FY22-23 budget process. The input and questions posed by residents attending the Board of Finance Public Hearing in April was appreciated.

Kuhnly is Granby’s Republican of the Year

At the Lincoln Dinner held recently in Windsor Locks, B. Scott Kuhnly was honored as Granby’s Republican of the Year. Kuhnly was recognized for all his service to Granby over the past 29 years in elected, appointed and volunteer positions.

Fiorentino hosts session at Senior Center

On March 30, First Selectman Mark Fiorentino hosted an interested group of Granby residents for a discussion of the strategic plan that he and the Town Manager have put in motion.

Browse & Borrow

Registration is required for many of the library’s programs. To register, follow the links on the library’s website or call the library. To learn more about upcoming programs, sign up for the library’s monthly eNewsletter in person, on the website or by phone.

Property data mailers to be sent in May

The Granby Assessor’s Office has been preparing for the State Mandated Revaluation that is required every five years. The appraisal firm Vision Appraisal Technology has contracted with the Town of Granby to assist with its revaluation for Oct. 1. The company will be working with the Assessor’s office to make the 12- to 18-month process successful.

Town of Granby Meeting Calendar

Check Town of Granby website or call Town Manager’s office to verify date, time, location, and get information on how to participate on Zoom, if needed.

Granby to participate in Neighborhood Assistance Act Program

The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) has announced the 2022 Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Program Proposal. This program provides tax credits to businesses that make cash investments in qualifying community nonprofit programs.

Public Works

Trash Holiday: Monday, May 30, Memorial Day is a holiday for Paine’s. All trash and recycling pickups will be delayed by one day the week after the holiday.