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WINSTED — Seventeen roads in Winsted will get repairs this year, at an estimated cost of $2,285,885.

In June 2016, Lenard Engineering completed a report on road conditions, which included an analysis of all 76 miles of asphalt roads owned by the town.

The report concluded that 53 percent of the town’s asphalt roads are in poor or failed condition.

“The study gave us a generalized template of where to allocate our funds to work on the roads,” Department of Public Works Director Jim Rollins told the Winsted Board of Selectmen at their...

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School board oks emergency expense for snow removal

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WINSTED — The Winchester Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve a $60,000 emergency expense to remove snow from the roofs of the town’s three public schools, after it was determined that the weight of accumulated snow was too much for the buildings to bear.

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Building committee tours Batcheller Elementary School

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WINSTED — Members of the town’s School Building Committee met at Batcheller Elementary School for a walk-through of the facilities on Thursday, Feb. 3.
Only three members of the committee attended the walk-through: Peter Marchand, Joseph Hanecak and Joseph Beadle, who went along with Superintendent Blaise Salerno.
Before the start of the 2011-12 school year, the committee is expected to close one of the three town-owned school buildings: Hinsdale, Batcheller or Pearson.

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Winsted teen and a shaggy Leonberger take on Westminster next week

WINSTED — Molly Robitaille is only 13 years old, but next week she’ll be competing on the floor of an arena where many adults can only dream of being center stage. On Tuesday, Feb. 15, she and her dog Danika will vie for ribbons in the famous Westminster Kennel Club dog show, held at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
“I can’t believe I’m showing my dog at Westminster!” Molly said in an interview this week. “I used to watch it on TV when I was little, and I never dreamed that I would actually be there myself.”

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