It’s a busy week in Bolton.
On Tuesday, the Board of Selectmen meets at 7:00 at Town Hall. The agenda includes an update on the Charter Oak Greenway trail, the budget, the state plan of conservation and development, “granny pods,” the natural gas project, and Bolton’s 300th anniversary celebration.
On Wednesday, the Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 7:30 at Town Hall. The agenda includes the continuation of a public hearing on proposed amendments to the town’s “irregular lots” regulation and an informal discussion of potential plans for the Bolton Mobil gas station.
On Thursday, the Board of Education meets at 6:30 in the Bolton High School Library. The agenda (available here) includes a special item inviting staff and community input on the 2018–2019 budget, a presentation from EASTCONN Food Services, and consideration of numerous policies. (BOE meetings are recorded for broadcast on the Community Voice Channel.)
On Friday, the Bolton Lions Club presents a pasta dinner at Bolton Center School from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. Let the Lions cook for you tonight, catch up with friends and neighbors, and support an organization that does great things in town.
For anyone interested in catching up on the issues our local government is considering, this is a great week to try to get out to a meeting or two.