Posts Tagged ‘ Garry Brumback ’

Brumback visits Zoni, Aresimowicz at the state capitol

January 22, 2015
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HARTFORD—State Representative David Zoni (D-Southington), left, invited Southington Town Manager Garry Brumback, right, to a meeting with Majority Leader Joseph Aresimowicz (D-Southington, Berlin), center, at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford on Wednesday, Jan. 21. Brumback and the legislators had an opportunity to review Southington’s legislative agenda that included a discussion about Southington’s Senior Center…

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Disabled veterans to receive property tax exemption

October 2, 2014
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By Lindsay Carey Staff Writer The Town Council recently voted unanimously for a property tax exemption for 100 percent disabled veterans. Town Manager Garry Brumback suggested that fully disabled veterans be exempt from property taxes during his report and the council shared his support. Brumback said that the tax exemption would not cause a significant…

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Brumback seeks 4.85 percent increase in his budget proposal

February 27, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Town Manager Garry Brumback has submitted a budget proposal of $51,536,722 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2014-2015.The proposal is a 4.85 percent increase over the current budget of $45,081,001. “We believe this budget strikes at our need to maintain our infrastructure and establish programs to make sure we stay current with…

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Southington receives road salt

February 26, 2014
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Southington has received several tons of road salt and will be able to properly maintain the roads, Southington Town Manager Garry Brumback said Monday. “We received two loads (approx. 18 tons each) from International through ConnDOT and two loads from Cargill through CRCOG,” Brumback said via email. “Our current balance on hand is 275 tons…

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Town will hold a vandalism forum on Tuesday, Feb. 18

February 10, 2014
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By Ed Harris Editor Town officials are holding a community forum on vandalism later this month. According to officials, Southington has experienced an increase in vandalism and they are looking to residents and youth groups for help. “We want to start the conversation,” said Town Councilor Dawn Miceli, adding that while she does not think…

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Councilor looks at ways to combat vandalism

January 31, 2014
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Cousins Dave Palladino, left, and Kyle Palladino  play some hockey at the ice rink. The rink was recently reopened following vandalism.

By Ed Harris Editor A Southington Town Councilor is looking to create a taskforce that would be charged with brainstorming ideas to deal with vandalism in town, after an ice rink was vandalized for the second time in as many weeks. Councilor Dawn Miceli would like the taskforce to include people from all walks of…

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High school senior urges the town to consider fuel cells

September 13, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer For the past three years of Jack McCarthy’s high school career, the senior has passed by polluted brownfield and superfund sites during his bus route. As his eyes viewed the details of the plots of land not used as residential areas, a light bulb flashed: the town can use the…

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Deal reached on phosphorus discharge

April 14, 2013
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By Lauresha Xhihani Special to The Observer   Three towns on the Quinnipiac River have won a partial victory in their effort to avoid steep costs of removing phosphorus discharges from their sewage plants. Meriden, Wallingford and Southington, whose sewage treatment plants discharge into the Quinnipiac River, have successfully negotiated with the Department of Energy…

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CL&P has a planned outage/conversion in town April 3-4;Approx. 160 customers affected

April 1, 2013
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The following is a community notice from Southington Town Manager Garry Brumback and Connecticut Light and Power. Please be advised we have a planned commercial/residential outage/conversion affecting approximately 160 customers in Southington in the Meriden Ave., Scenic Dr. Beechwood Dr, Woodland Dr. Savage St. area for Wednesday April 3rd from 8:30am to 12:30pm. On Thursday…

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Backing the school budget; Residents voice opinions at hearing

March 7, 2013
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By Ed Harris Editor The public by and large supported the Board of Education and its budget proposal during a hearing at DePaolo Middle School Monday night. Numerous residents, teachers, PTO and town officials spoke in favor of passing the school board proposal as is, with little to no cuts. Only three people talked out…

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