For the Presidential Election on Nov. 3, many new precautions are being implemented to ensure the safety of both poll workers and voters. If you come to the polls, plan for a long wait, be patient, wear a mask, and dress warmly—it will take lots of extra time to vote.
In 1887, Frederick H. Cossitt died in New York City. The passing of one who had lived his childhood in Granby and then moved on was not much of an event of note in a town that had seen many of its children leave for greener pastures in the 1820s and 1830s.
The Herbicide and Pesticide Study Committee is holding a public information session to gather input from the public at large regarding the usage of Glyphosate by the Public Works Department on roadways and near waterways.
The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving is conducting a “listening tour” of its 29 regions to better understand its constituency. The foundation is coming to Granby on Tuesday, March 20, 5:30 – 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium.
Trash reminders: March 30 (Good Friday) is not a trash holiday. Put your trash out on your regularly scheduled day and make sure your barrels are at least two feet apart to allow clearance for the automatic arm of the truck.