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Dear Neighbors

On Tuesday, the Journal Inquirer published a letter to the editor from BDTC Vice Chair Adam Teller. Here’s the originally submitted version, which was slighted edited to meet the JI’s length requirements. Dear Neighbors, After more than twenty years of … Continue reading

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Bolton Joins Crumbling Foundations Grant Application

Bolton has joined Coventry and five other towns to apply for a $250,000 Small Cities Community Block Grant to help home owners test for crumbling home foundations. Bolton’s Board of Selectmen (BOS) approved the move at its October 10 meeting. … Continue reading

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What Being Transparent Means to Me

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines transparent as “free from pretense or deceit, easily detected or seen through, readily understood and characterized by visibility or accessibility of information.” To me, transparent means being accessible, honest, timely, predictable, coherent, and plausible. You should be … Continue reading

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Bolton Events 10/10–10/13

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,” … Continue reading

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The Less Things Change . . .

Did you know that Republicans have controlled the First Selectman position for at least the last 20 years? that Republicans have controlled the Board of Selectmen for nearly all of the last 20 years? that Republicans have controlled the Board … Continue reading

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Better Communication, Better Public Safety, Better for Bolton

Did you know that under CT Statutes the First Selectman for a town without a police department is considered the chief of police? As First Selectman, Sandy Pierog will work with Bolton’s Resident Troopers to set up a Facebook page … Continue reading

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Bolton Heritage Weekend, 9/30–10/1

Bolton Heritage Weekend kicks off this Saturday with a family tree–making event at the Bentley Memorial Library (11–2). Cookies will be served! Then at 11:30 at the Bolton Congregational Church, Fire Chief Bruce Dixon presents the history of the Bolton … Continue reading

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