Saturday, August 30th, 2014 will be our annual Colebrook Fair We hope everyone comes to join in on the fun! Lots of new vendors and activities this year! Smith Hill Road will be closed to through traffic Saturday, 8/30/14, from 8:00am until the end of the fair in the afternoon from Bricklemaier Road to the school. Parking will be available for the fair at the Colebrook Consolidated School with a shuttle service to the town center. There is also limited parking in the town center. The Post Office will be open Saturday but the area will be congested with pedestrians and traffic. You will experience delays. Flagmen will be in place in that area.
Please join us for an informative collaboration meeting September 3, 2014 at the Town Hall Meeting Room 7:00PM.
Join us for lunch with guests Representative Jay Case & Senator Kevin Witkos Colebrook Senior/Community Center Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 12 noon Legislative Up-Date Everyone Welcome! Please RSVP for lunch to 860-738-9521 (lunch pasta w/sausage, salad, bread & dessert – $4.00 for members / $5.00 for non-members)
Fuel Assistance is available through New Opportunties for Colebrook Residents Income guidelines and/or award amounts are set by the legislators who meet the end of September. In the meantime you may make an appointment with Lee Jasmin, Administrative Assistant, to complete an application Phone: 860-379-3359 x201 or email email@example.com@colebrooktownhall.org> Application process will take approximately 30 minutes per application. Applications are processed only through the Selectmen’s Office. At the time of your appointment please be sure to bring all documentation pertaining to your income – pay stubs, unemployment benefits, social security benefits, IRA statements, Pension Plans, Retirement Funds, etc. Anyone receiving child support and/or alimony must also bring documentation for that. All applications required a copy of your most recent bank statements – checking and savings and any other banking statements New this year it is required that you bring your last electric bill regardless if you heat with electricity or another fuel source. Zero Income Affidavits will be completed at the time of application if that is your situation. Self-employed individuals will be provided a separate form to complete. Last year’s allowance was approximately $300-$350 for the year per applicant. Allowable fuel sources include heating oil, electricity, propane, wood, coal or pellets. All applications are held in confidence. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Lee in the Selectmen’s Office 860-379-3359 x201
The Senior Center is looking for “white elephant sale” items to be donated for their table at the Colebrook Fair on Saturday, August 30th, 2014 Items need to be in good clean working condition. No furniture please. Please call the Center 860-738-9521 prior to Thursday, August 28th, 2014 if you have something to donate. Thank you.
Annual Selectmen’s Back to School Picnic Thursday, August 21st, 2014 12 noon At the Pond – Recreation Area Hamburgs, hot dogs, drinks & chips provided. Please bring a dessert or salad to share Parents, Children, Grandparents – all welcome Please call Center to RSVP 860-738-9521
Colebrook Tax Office will be holding a Tax Sale on August 20th, at 1 pm in the Town Hall. There will be 2 properties that will be sold that day. Please see attached file for the information regarding the properties and how the sale will work. If you are interested in bidding on either of these please plan on getting here around 12:30 to fill out a bidders information packet. If you have any other questions feel free to email me. Laura Bartlett, CCMC Tax Collector Town of Colebrook firstname.lastname@example.org@colebrooktownhall.org> TaxSaleNotice.pdf
Two Properties will be up for auction in Colebrook on August 20, 2014. See attached for details.
Tax Sale Notice
1- For supplemental appropriation of $60,000 to repair expansion joints on Beech Hill, Old Forge and Wolfords Hill Bridges town has grant of $200,000 from state to fix Old Forge but after town received grant other 2 bridges were inspected by state and repair was recommended DOT allowed town to use grant to fix all 3 but we are short on funds. 2- For supplemental appropriation up to $30,000 for appraisal and legal fees for lawsuit that MDC has filed against Colebrook and Hartland we have an attorney representing both towns Tom SPECIAL TOWN MEETING August 13th, 2014 8pm Town Hall Meeting Room