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The board of selectmen approved the contract recently.
As first selectman, Ms. Daniel is trying to straddle the divide, agreeing with those who want, for example, sidewalks connecting the school campus with the town center, while reassuring others that the town is not headed for mass commercialization.
Highland Titles, which also sells plots of land (and accompanying courtesy titles) for $44, says that residents must call the town selectman’s office for individual codes that a dedicated secretary will distribute.
Memorializing a tragedy Dan Rosenthal took office recently as first selectman, following his father and grandfather in the job, which is the equivalent of mayor.
For the past eight months, mayors and first selectmen have been complaining loudly about potentially huge cuts for municipalities.
The standoff over state finances dates back to early February, when Malloy unveiled his budget that was decried by first selectmen and local officials due to cuts to many municipalities.
Newtown First selectman Pat Llodra said the town will run out of money by the fourth quarter of the fiscal year, which starts in April.
A member of the Phish musical group, Jon Fishman recently ran for a selectman position in Lincolnville, Maine.
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