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CORNWALL — Early in the telecommunications forum that drew 75 area residents to Cornwall Town Hall on Thursday, July 11, it was announced that a number of microcell units have been attached to utility poles in town without required notice to the town.

First Selectman Gordon Ridgway said the town is working on finding out to whom the microcells belong and what company they are connected to, or who installed them. 

He said he is working with state Rep. Maria Horn (D-64), who was an invited member of the forum panel, and that together they would determine an answer...

Cornwall

An invitation to go a-touring

CORNWALL — If you are feeling bound to your own town, you might want to consider venturing out and about in the state. If you think your town is great — and it is, for sure — other towns offer their own compelling histories, sites  and people, all worth getting to know.

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A holiday stroll in West Cornwall

Elf Joe Brien showed visitors including Kara Stuller and her daughter, Tallulah, how to make wooden bouncer toys at the Souterrain Gallery in West Cornwall on Saturday, Dec. 8, during the annual Holiday Stroll. 

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Updates and appointments in Cornwall

CORNWALL — Progress reports on various Cornwall projects were shared at the regular meeting of the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, Dec. 4, including work on the Covered Bridge and the Bend. 
There were also appointments made to volunteer boards and commissions.
The recent problem with the new floor boards on the Covered Bridge was corrected by sawing an eighth of an inch off some of the planks to allow for weather-related expansion, First Selectman Gordon Ridgway said.  

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99 bottles of beer on the wall (wine & spirits too)

CORNWALL — The Cornwall Package Store in Cornwall Bridge is celebrating 80 years. The latter half of that time has seen Richard Bramley on the premises, at first as an employee and shortly thereafter as the owner. 

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For the fly-fisherman (or woman) in your life

CORNWALL BRIDGE — Housatonic River Outfitters  (HRO) has gift options ranging from the stocking stuffer to complete Euro-nymphing outfits for the fly-fisherman on your list.
HRO’s Holly Jones-Tufts sportingly modeled a gizmo that attaches to the belt and holds the angler’s rod while he (or she) is changing flies or tippets ($24.99), thus eliminating the traditional “tuck the rod under the arm and get stuck in the bushes” approach. There are also handy little patches to hold flies; they attach to the brim of a cap ($8.39).

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The state of the town is … peaceful

CORNWALL — Everyone voted in the affirmative at the annual Cornwall town meeting held on Friday, Nov. 16, at Town Hall. 
Fifty residents came out to approve the town report, and to vote on two matters of local importance.

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Need advice on saving money? Help has arrived in new book

CORNWALL — Nicholas Stuller is out to debunk the many myths that prevent people from planning and achieving their financial goals. Contrary to popular belief, said the West Cornwall resident, financial advisors are not only for the very wealthy. Everyone, from billionaires to those at the lowest income levels, should and can seek professional financial advice. 

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Tea: A holiday gift steeped in tradition

CORNWALL — Nearly two decades ago, at the former train depot in Cornwall Bridge, a tea company came to life.
In Pursuit of Tea, started in 1999 by Cornwall resident Sebastian Beckwith and several friends, today boasts a warehouse in Boston and tasting room in New York City. Several times a year Beckwith treks to remote farms throughout Asia in pursuit of leaves that are served in some of the finest restaurants in the U.S. 

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Covered Bridge re-repaired

CORNWALL — The floor boards of the recently repaired Covered Bridge in West Cornwall have begun to rattle again.
First Selectman Gordon Ridgway announced at the Cornwall Board of Selectmen’s meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 20, that the state would return to make additional repairs. 
As a result, the bridge was closed from Monday, Nov. 26, and was expected to remain intermittently closed until Thursday, Nov. 29.

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(B)rays of sunshine bring faith, healing

WEST CORNWALL —  For donkeys, the Christmas holidays are the season to shine, as they take a starring role in pageants and nativities around the world.
It would be an understatement to say that during the rest of the year donkeys don’t get much respect. In China especially, they are slaughtered for their skin, which is melted down into a gelatin and used in cosmetics and medicines.

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