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Alex Ruskewich, leader of Sensible Wilton, in front of the Board of Selectmen on Monday.

Under threat of lawsuit, Selectmen refuse to call second vote on Miller-Driscoll

The board told members of Sensible Wilton it would not vote to hold a second Town Meeting on the topic.

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

Sensible Wilton threatens to sue Town of Wilton

If the Town of Wilton refuses to call a second referendum on the Miller-Driscoll school renovation project, Sensible Wilton plans to seek “judicial intervention.”

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Out-of-state motor vehicles account for majority of suspense list items

The current balance of Wilton’s 2015 current suspense list balance is approximately $340,000, according to tax collector Phil Damato.

The 'Prominent Controlled Main Entrance' of the proposed renovated Miller-Driscoll School.

Selectmen will address Sensible Wilton petition

A petition filed by Sensible Wilton for the repeal of a resolution permitting the Miller-Driscoll…

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