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Town Manager Therrien's Weekly Report: Aug. 17

Bonnie Therrien, North Branford's interim town manager, shares her weekly report for the week ending Aug. 17, 2012.

North Branford's interim , , shares the weekly report for the week ending Aug. 10, 2012. Some highlights from the report include:

  • Ken Delfini continues to work on mailing out delinquent notices. He has also estimated that the July receipts for tax collection came in at 98%, whereas last year at this time we collected 98.75%. But we did have one large tax bill paid after Aug. 1, which if collected on time, would have made our tax collection rate 98.6%, so things remain rather steady from last year.
  • The State of Vermont has sent a list of CT vehicles registered in their state to each municipality in CT. We will be sending letters to the owners of these vehicles telling them that their cars/trucks, etc. must be registered in CT and they must pay taxes to our town. There were 81 vehicles listed on the North Branford list.
  • Updates on several projects inlcluding the water main extension on Cedar Lake Road, the estimated cost of renovating the press box at the (which was ) and bid results for the STW project with 12 bids ranging from $677,000 to $462,800. 
  • Full report attached as PDF

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These reports are sent to the Town Council, town staff and the media each week. It will also be posted on the town's website. Residents can request to be added to the email distribution list as well by emailing Gina Cox at executivesecretary@townofnorthbranfordct.com.

Therrien was  after the town made an "" with former town manager .

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