We're all about the dots this week! In honor of International Dot Day (did you know there's a ?), we're asking our town officials, including Mayor Anthony Candelora, what their favorite childhood book was.
In addition to Spot the Dot, community members can also .The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds encourages people to "be brave enough" to make their mark. Rec Director Pam Gery has already shared a picture of something she is proud to have created.
Now for this week's 3 Questions...
North Branford Patch: What's new in your department?
Candelora: The baseball field on Forest Road now is taking shape. The lights are up and the field is taking shape. This project has been funded with state grant money. We from the state with the . We are all excited to see the completion of this field.
North Branford Patch: What's something residents need to know?
Candelora: Our town is growing with the and the changes being made North Branford has many new opportunities. We will have a lot of property available along Route 80 for development. We can still maintain our small-town identity and improve our commercial business base. I would love to hear from our residents on their ideas on what they would like to see happen along the Route 80 corridor. We can help grow our grand list, which will help keep all our taxes down and provide more for our residents.
North Branford Patch: What was your favorite book as a child?
Candelora: My favorite book as a child was Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss.
Stay tuned for more responses from other officials throughout the week. Want to check out more '3 Questions' topics and see what other officials had to say? Scroll down for more!