Town Government
First Selectman Lynne Vanderslice looks over her long résumé at her office in town hall. — Tony Spinelli photo

Vanderslice relishes first year as first selectman

If there’s one thing Lynne Vanderslice learned early on in her first year of being first selectman of Wilton, it is that you must plan for the unpredictable.

Dogs would be kept inside at night in the two-story bungalow on Danbury Road where a pet-sitting business is being proposed. — Tony Spinelli photo

Couple promises home-style pet sitting business

As many as 20 small dogs will be cared for at a pet-sitting business that has an application before the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Tina Gardner, Wilton’s Republican registrar of voters. — Kendra Baker photo

Republican registrar of voters will retire after nearly 20 years

On Tuesday, Jan. 3, Wilton resident Tina Gardner will say good-bye to her position as Wilton’s Republican registrar of voters and hello to retirement.


Annual repaving could be accelerated

The Board of Selectmen is looking into the possibility of accelerating annual repaving of roads from 10 miles per year to 15 miles per year.

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