LAKEVILLE — Don Mayland reported “ice in” on Lake Wononscopomuc in Lakeville on Sunday, Jan. 16.
“January is always a strange month and this was no different for calling ‘ice in.”
LAKEVILLE — The Connecticut General Assembly convenes next month for a “short session,” which is restricted by law to budgetary, revenue and financial matters.
SALISBURY — The Board of Selectmen agreed to meet with interested parties at the old railroad station building in Lakeville to look at the building and compare what they see with an existing assessment.
This was the result of a lengthy discussion at the regular monthly selectmen’s meeting Monday, Jan. 3.
SALISBURY — First Selectman Curtis Rand opened the regular monthly selectmen’s meeting on Monday, Jan. 3, with a warning of the increased number of COVID-19 cases and the extreme contagiousness of the omicron variant.
SALISBURY — The Salisbury Volunteer Ambulance Squad shared statistics on activity in 2021.
The volunteers responded to 574 calls, which was 36 more calls than in 2020 and 35 more than in 2019.
SALISBURY — The Connecticut Siting Council, the state entity responsible for approving cell tower placements, approved a tower at 106 Sharon Road in Lakeville (on the property of the Wake Robin Inn) on Aug. 26.
SALISBURY — On Dec. 13, the Planning and Zoning Commission approved the application of Firehouse Place LLC to change the use of the former firehouse on Sharon Road (Route 41) to an Italian restaurant.
SALISBURY — In early December, workers began removing the roof of the Salisbury Congregational Church for the installation of solar panels. The church is embarking on a “net-zero” refitting of its heating and cooling systems. The new roof is now in place; the solar panels have not been added yet.
— Patrick L. Sullivan
SALISBURY — The Salisbury Housing Committee’s application to build an affordable housing apartment building at 11 Holley St. in Lakeville was approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission on May 17, with numerous conditions and after three separate and lengthy sessions of a public hearing.