CORNWALL — With a view toward having the work completed in November, the Board of Selectmen awarded the contract for improvements to be made to the transfer station at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 5. The existing office building will be replaced with another of a larger footprint.
CORNWALL — Old maps, meticulously drawn as they were by skilled hands, hold secrets.
Those who attended the annual Norman Dorsen Lecture in Cornwall on Sunday, Sept. 12, heard a talk presented in conjunction with the Cornwall Historical Society’s exhibit, “Map Stories.” The lecture was presented on Zoom.
CORNWALL — After months of meetings to develop a draft of a state-mandated affordable housing plan, Cornwall’s Affordable Housing Steering Committee has made sufficient progress to be able to schedule an initial public forum to give the public a chance to comment on the draft plan.
CORNWALL — Responding to town residents’ comments critical of the aesthetic shortcomings of the newly renovated, gleaming metal bridge on Cogswell Road, the Board of Selectmen agreed to a compromise solution at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
CORNWALL — With a view toward swift, efficient disbursal of the town’s allocation of federal ARPA funds (American Rescue Plan Act), the selectmen approved the first recommendation of the town’s ARPA task force at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
CORNWALL — By all accounts this year’s Great Country Mutt Show to benefit The Little Guild animal shelter was a success, drawing a huge crowd of recently bathed and brushed dogs to participate in the activities and an even larger crowd of dog lovers to enjoy just being there.
CORNWALL — The diversity of plant life in an undisturbed meadow came under scrutiny during a talk-hike along a nicely mown path through the meadow at Furnace Brook Preserve on Saturday, Aug. 28.
CORNWALL — The traditional Labor Day Art Sale at the Cornwall Library kicked off on Friday, Sept. 3, with a cocktail reception. The show continued through Labor Day Monday.
The community turned out to greet one another and view works on display, happy to be back in each other’s company after a year of quarantine.
CORNWALL — The project to install a wastewater system in West Cornwall is wending its way through a process that could bring federal funding to the town. In anticipation of that, the Board of Selectmen, met on Tuesday, Sept. 7, and established a schedule for residents to consider and vote on the project this fall.