Town Government
Board of Selectmen members, from left, Bill Brennan, t(Christopher Burns photo)

$32 million municipal budget

With a 2% increase over the last fiscal year, First Selectman Bill Brennan says his board’s municipal budget for fiscal year 2016 is “trim.”

Superintendent Kevin Smith presents the FY16 recommended budget during the Jan. 22 public hearing at Middlebrook School. (Kendra Baker photo)

Town and school budget hearings next week

Public hearings on fiscal year 2016’s proposed municipal and education budgets will take place on Monday, March 23, and Tuesday, March 24, respectively.

First Selectman Bill Brennan explains a deal between the town and developer Patrick Downend last month. (Christopher Burns photo)

Board of Finance is OK with municipal budget proposal

All in all, last night’s meeting of the Board of Finance was filled with praise for the proposal, which came in at a total of about $32 million.

Joe Brenner, left, Ann Nunes and Alex Ruskewich show off signatures on Sensible Wilton’s petition on Election Day. (Chris Burns photo)

Sensible Wilton changes tactics, will circulate new petition

The community activist group continues to fight against the planned renovation of Miller-Driscoll School, in Wilton.

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