In this week's Wilton Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• Why does Wilton need a threat assessment coordinator in the schools? A psychologist and Second Selectman Hal Clark explain.

• Parents question air quality in schools. Officials offer their side.

• Wilton Firefighter Tom Coon has spent his 33-year career here. He retired last week.

• Enough snow! Time to think about the garden. Carl Westerlund will offer organic gardening expertise through Wilton Continuing Ed.

• Metro-North problems are on the front burner in Hartford.

• The annual I Dream a World concert will feature a tribute to Nelson Mandela by ABC scholars.

• Participation fees go back in the school budget.

• Audubon at Home comes to Wilton to explain how to create wildlife habitats at home.

• Did you get a call asking for a donation for the Wilton Fire Department? It wasn’t from Wilton.

• A home health aide charged $12,000 to her elderly employer’s credit card.

• They came from a galaxy far, far away — Star Wars characters visit Wilton Library.

• Veterans will gather at Post 86.

• In time for Burn Awareness Week, the fire department offers tips to keep you safe from burn injuries.

• Feeling civic-minded? There are lots of town meetings this week.

• Letters: the high school should consider more computer classes and adding Mandarin to language offerings; the school district must hold the line on spending, sports is one place to start; the DOT commissioner will meet with commuters regarding Metro-North; the speed zone at Wilton High School will enhance public safety; Matt Criscuolo got a raw deal in the press.

• The Lax Man Cometh! Check out the photo on the Opinion Page.

• Seniors: an orchestral performance, fitness programs, computer classes, COPD workshop.

• Tips to plan for financial emergencies.

• First Selectman Bill Brennan asks the fire commission to expedite search for a fire chief after first candidate backs out.

• The Miller-Driscoll Building Committee will present its recommendations to the Board of Selectmen next week.

• The state bond commission has approved $2 million for flood mitigation in Georgetown.

• Condo residents are exercised over CrossFit parking plans.

• A Wilton man threatens a CL&P worker.

• Police log: Pedestrian accident, DUI, stolen generator, tresspassing.

• Obituaries: Dorothy Vining, Rita Kneeland.

• Trackside marks a decade serving teens and the community.

• High school students will present improv performances under the tutelage of a Second City Conservatory alumna.

• Lois Alcosser considers a brave new world where children are born plugged in.

• The library reschedules an author talk on life growing up under Stalin.

• Community leaders help teach class for a day.

• Warrior Words columnist Maddie Hoffman is leaving an unintended mark on Wilton High.

• Lots of Wilton students have made the dean’s list at their colleges.

• Some people wear their heart on their sleeve. Wiltonian Nancy Diehl will help you wear it on your wrist, your neck, from your ears with her specialty jewelry.

• The Planning & Zoning Commission will consider a moratorium on marijuana dispensaries in Wilton.

• Worried about getting the flu? Vaccine is still available through Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County.

• The Congregational church celebrates Earth Ministry Sunday.

• There will be jazz at Wilton Library this weekend.

• High school wrestlers take on Warren Harding.

• Boys hockey just holds on for a victory.

• With win, girls hockey looks to FCIAC playoffs.

Arts & Leisure: Fran Kirmser, formerly of Wilton, is bringing the story of the New York Yankees to the stage in New York with Bronx Bombers opening Feb. 6; former Ridgefielder Liz Garcia screens her film The Lifeguard at the Ridgefield Playhouse Sunday night; Singer/songwriter Sloan Wainwright is at the Flagpole Radio Café in Newtown on Saturday; the Reel Dad found The Wolf of Wall Street a bit over the top.