Feb. 7 - 13

A schedule of and what to expect at this week's municipal meetings, and a short recap of last week's meetings.

Feb. 7 – 13


  • CANCELED: Special Budget Meeting: 7 p.m., auditorium.

New dates, provided by Diane Luther of the superintendent's office:

  • A budget presentation to Shelton Council on Feb. 10 at 6:30 p.m. at .
  • A second presentation to Parent Teacher Organizations on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. at auditorium.


  • Planning and Zoning Commission: 7 p.m., room 303

Various applications for certificates of zoning compliance will be discussed, including a business office in the Scinto towers on Enterprise Dr., and an orthopedic office (also contracted by Scinto) on Trap Falls Rd. In terms of new business, Dominic Thomas will be present on behalf of Carol and Robert Farrell for Final Site Development Plan Approval and adoption of PDD Zone Change (6 single family cluster residential development) at 122 Buddington Road.

  • Board of Fire Commissioners: 7:30 p.m., room 204

Fire Marshal James Tortora will be present along with other commissioners to discuss old business, including vehicle maintenance bids, as well as new business including funding for radio frequency and the purchase of fire hydrant markers.


  • WPCA - Special: 6 p.m., room 305

On the topic of Aspetuck Village Condominium Community, Chairman Mike DeAngelis has previously said: "They want us to help take over the private collections system -- the sanitary sewer system." Other items up for discussion are the budget worksheet and sewer administrator's report. You may recall Patch's about the WPCA's push to reduce fat and oil buildup in their sewer system. Updates on its effectiveness thus far are likely to be discussed.

  • WPCA - Regular: 7 p.m., room 305


  • Board of Apportionment & Taxation: 6:30 p.m., room 104

According the agenda released by Chairman Mark S. Holden, open bids on vehicle maintenance and and air conditioning system for three rooms in the the will be reviewed and evaluated.

  • Animal Shelter Building Committe: 7 p.m., room 305

Animal Control Officer Sheryl Taylor said she has not yet seen the agenda, but expects that the location and construction of a second Shelton animal shelter will be discussed. At last month's meeting, several issues were settled and the committe members seemed pleased with their progress. After making changes to the garage area and office area, the cat room will have more space and windows, while the garage area will not be better for loading and unloading animals.

  • Board of Aldermen - Full: 7 p.m., auditorium

Tonight's meeting will discuss some old business, including some amendments to the proposed city ordinance of signs on city propety. Read up on this issue .

  • Inland/Wetlands: 7 p.m., room 302


No meetings scheduled, closed for holiday

Jan. 31 – Feb. 6 [Recap]

Almost all municipal meetings were canceled last week due to inclement weather. The Board of Ethics Committee still met on Thursday night, where Loren Casertano asked about the status of the complaints he issued against John Giordano and Ben Trabka of the . The committee said they could not discuss his concerns, as the complaints are now confidential and can be discussed in closed session only. Check back on Patch tomorrow morning for a full story including the nature of the complaints made.


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