New plan highlights areas of regional concern

The issues that worry town leaders in Litchfield County most are addressed in a new regional planning document created by the Northwest Hills Council of Governments (known by its acronym, as COG).

The COG is made up of the first selectmen of 21 area towns, including all six towns in the Region One School District. They meet monthly, in Goshen, to discuss areas of shared concern. These can range from the best companies to hire for trash hauling to the best grants to apply for from the state for sprucing up village centers.

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