During a January 13 Northwest Hills Council of Governments meeting, municipal leaders expressed concern over warnings by Eversource that they could face rolling blackouts if the region falls into an extended cold snap. A January
The Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations is recommending the legislature change state statute to allow municipal meetings to be held online, ending the requirement that municipal governments hold in-person, open meetings, according to a draft
Schools are closed across Connecticut and many municipal buildings and offices are running on reduced schedules in response to the COVID-19 public health crisis, but towns may not see much in the way of cost-savings
What would have been an un-eventful labor contract renewal in the small town of Harwinton became highly-charged altercation on January 18 when AFSCME Council 4 representative Kelly Cashman “stormed” into the office of First Selectman
An often over-looked part of Governor Dannel Malloy’s budget would transfer the full cost of resident state troopers onto the small towns that utilize them, an increasing the towns' contribution by 30 percent since 2014.