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It's All About Trumbull Town Hall (Mostly)

News from various press releases.

Tim Herbst: Trumbull First to Take Clean Energy Pledge

Trumbull has pledged to reduce its municipal building energy consumption by 20 percent by 2018.

The reduction will be gradual:

  • FY (Fiscal Year) 2012-13: 5 percent
  • FY 2013-14: 8 percent
  • FY 2014-15: 11 percent
  • FY 2015-16: 14 percent
  • FY 2016-17: 17 percent
  • FY 2017-18: 20 percent

The town will create its own Municipal Action Plan "to determine its path in reducing its energy consumption."

While there is no penalty for failing to meet the goals, the town will not be eligible for Bright Ideas Grants from the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund and Companies under the Clean Energy Communities program.

"The town will also seek to make a voluntary purchase of at least 20 percent of the electricity for municipal facilities from clean, renewable energy sources by annual CEC program requirements," the release states.

The town will be eligible for grants if it meets all the benchmarks.

Registration Hours For Absentee Ballots in the Town Clerk's Office

The Town Clerk’s office will offer Saturday hours from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Aug. 11 for absentee ballots for the primary on Aug. 14.

If you are a student about to leave for school, or an elector going on a trip and will be unable to vote on Aug. 14, you may come into the office on Aug. 11 to fill out an application and vote, said Town Clerk Suzanne Burr Monaco.

Testimonial Dinner for Trumbull Police Department's Brian Casey

Brian M. Casey, a civilian who runs the computer systems in the Police Department, will be honored Aug. 10 from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. at a testimonial dinner.

"Brian has been the 'go to' IT person at Trumbull Police since Aug. 29, 2005," said Deputy Police Chief Michael Harry.

The dinner will take place at Vazzy's Four Seasons, 337 Kenyon St., in Stratford. A $40 donation purchases a buffet dinner, a chance in a raffle and drinks.

For more information, call 203-261-5264 or send an email to Trumbull.union@att.net.

For tickets, contact the Police Department at 203-261-3665 or Margaret Mastroni at Town Hall, (203) 452-5046.

Jim Flynn July 29, 2012 at 03:23 PM
Absentee voting may be the best alternative to the intended chaos created by Herbst, Holden and their Trumbull cronies to suppress the local vote in November. Don't have to worry about whether you will be voting at your new changed voting location (in some cases where you have voted for 30 years) if you vote by absentee ballot.

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