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BOF passes adjusted budget, slashes increase to 0.42%

The board of finance approved the 2020-21 budget with a 0.42% increase to the mill rate on March 30 during a special meeting via...

Finance board hears public comment on 2020-21 budget

The board of finance held their budget public hearing on March 2 at DePaolo Middle School. Several elected town officials along with town and...

Election connection: 2019 ballot, polling, and voter registration

By TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Election Day is almost here, and Southington’s sample ballot has been posted to the town’s website. On Tuesday, Nov. 5, contests will...

Election: Meet the 2019 Board of Finance candidates

We asked Southington Board of Finance candidates the following question: Q) What do you see as the most important issue for the BOF over the...

Election: Democratic BOF candidate withdraws from race

By TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER As of last week Democratic candidate for the Southington Board of Finance, Donald S. Rinaldi, announced that he would be withdrawing...

3.19% budget hike approved by city

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER The City Council and Board of Finance approved the 2019-2020 general fund budget of $200,614,740, with a mill rate of 38.05, at...

Mill rate increased 0.16, new rate is 30.64

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER The budget season officially came to a close last week with the setting of the mill rate, and town boards and...

Residents support fire department hirings at budget hearing

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Members of the public came out in strong support of the Southington Fire Department’s budget request to add two full time...

City budget proposal looking at 3.75 percent hike

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER The proposed city budget marks a 3.75 percent increase over last year’s budget. At the Board of Finance meeting on April 1, city...

BOF trims school budget proposal by $1.2 million

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER The Board of Finance approved a Board of Education budget of $98,975,770 on March 27—a reduction of $1,241,086 from the BOE’s...

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