HOUSEHOULD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 9am - 12 noon Falls Village Public Works Garage 100 Railroad Street, Falls Village CT (1 mile north of HVRHS off Rte 7) Registration Required - registration available in the Selectman's Office Please stop by or call Lee 860-379-3359 x201 to register or with any questions. You may email your inquires as well email@example.com@colebrooktownhall.org> The next Hazardous Waste Day is in October 2017.
The Town of Colebrook is in need of a few certified life guards for the Town Pond this summer season If you are interested, or have friends who are interested, please call the office 860-379-3359 x202 or 201 Life Guards do not have to be town residents.
HELP WANTED: The Town of Colebrook is accepting applications for a Road Maintenance Crew Member/Mechanic. Experience preferred and current CDL license required. Applications and job description available in the Board of Selectmen's Office, Town Hall, Floor 1, 562 Colebrook Road, Colebrook CT Applications due no later than Wednesday, May 31st, 2017. Any questions please call 860-379-3359 x202 or x201 Town of Colebrook is an equal opportunity employer
Please be aware that we will begin oiling roads as follows. You may expect delays at various times. Deer Hill Road from Route 8 to Gaylord Road Smith Hill Road from Route 183 to Bricklemaier Road Eno Hill Road Old Forge Road Robertsville Road Schoolhouse Road Centerbrook Road Schedule is dependent upon the weather. If you have any questions please call or email my office Tom
HELP WANTED: The Town of Colebrook is accepting applications for a Road Maintenance Crew Member/Mechanic. Experience preferred and current CDL license required. Applications and job description available in the Board of Selectmen’s Office, Town Hall, Floor 1, 562 Colebrook Road, Colebrook CT
Applications due no later than Wednesday, March 31st, 2017.
Any questions please call 860-379-3359 x202 or x201
Town of Colebrook is an equal opportunity employer
Budget Referendum Results: Region 7 School Budget Yes: 128 No: 60 Passed Town Budget Yes: 119 No: 68 Passed Region 7 School Budget passed in the four town vote.
LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF COLEBROOK TOWN BUDGET FY 2017 - 2018 and REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 7 REFERENDUM VOTE Pursuant to Section 7-7 of the General Statutes of Connecticut, notice is hereby given to the electors and citizens qualified to vote in town meetings of the Town of Colebrook that a referendum will be held on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 for the purpose of voting for the approval or disapproval of the following question: "Shall the general budget of the Town of Colebrook for the fiscal year from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018 in the amount of $6,196,097 and the Town's Reserve Fund for Capital and Non-recurring Expenditures (Town's Capital Improvement Projects) budget in the amount of $450,000 be approved as recommended by the Board of Finance?" Pursuant to Sections 10-51 and 7-7 of the General Statutes of Connecticut, Revised, notice is hereby given to the electors and citizens qualified to vote in town meetings of the Town of Colebrook that a referendum will be held on Tuesday May 2, 2017 for the purpose of voting for the approval or disapproval of the following question: "Shall the Regional School District No. 7 Annual Budget for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2017 be accepted?" Optical scan voting machines will be used. A vote of "YES" being a vote for approval, and a vote of "NO" being a vote for disapproval. Absentee Ballots will be available at the Office of the Town Clerk as provided by law. Voting will take place at the Colebrook Town Hall, Meeting Room (2nd floor) 562 Colebrook Road, Colebrook from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Dated at Colebrook, Connecticut, this 17th day of April, 2017. Debra L. McKeon Town Clerk
Budget Referendum May 2 On Tuesday, May 2, the polls are open from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. to vote on the 2017-18 budgets for Colebrook and Region 7. Colebrook's budget of $6.2 million, including our share of Region 7, is 3.4% higher than 2016-17. However, the mill rate required to support this budget will increase by 5.5% to 30.9 mills, because of a sharp reduction in state aid proposed by the Governor. Current thinking is that only part of the Governor's cuts will pass the Legislature, hence a 5.5% mill increase rather than the 10.4% presented at the budget hearing on April 12. Any risk that the actual cuts are higher than we have estimated will covered from reserves. Additional information is available at the Town Hall or by contacting Jim Millar on the Board of Finance.
The Colebrook Historical Society cordially invites you to attend a special gathering on Sunday, April 23, from 3:00-5:00 PM. After a brief annual meeting, our guest speaker, Todd M. Bryda, M.A., will present "America and the Great War". This year marks the 100th anniversary of the United States' entry into World War I. In his talk, Professor Bryda will deepen our knowledge and understanding of this world changing event. Professor Bryda is a noted historian, with a vast resume of credentials and awards. He currently teaches at Northwestern Community College, and has served there as Academic Coordinator for the Humanities. He's an experienced speaker and is much in demand. He's also an American Civil War reenactor (Company Commander of Co. K, 28th Massachusetts Vol. Inf., Irish Brigade), and a Revolutionary War reenactor (64th Regiment of Foot, Light Company). A reception with refreshments will follow the presentation. This event will be held in the Meeting Room of the Colebrook Town Hall, located just north of the intersection of Routes 183 and 182A in the center of Colebrook. All are most welcome. For further information contact Carol Lord at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-738-8244.