Earth Day in April was celebrated in a way in town that cleaned up Griswold and made it just a bit less cluttered and a little more clean. Volunteers from all over town were available for a few hours that would pick up… Read More
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HARTFORD – State Representative Kevin Skulczyck (R-45) will be hosting a round table discussion with area lawmakers, municipal leaders, local and state law enforcement, and school superintendents to review and address the district’s current school safety measures in times of crisis or emergency.… Read More
The regularly scheduled Ordinance Committee meeting scheduled for January 4th, 2018 at 7pm in the Selectman’s conference room has been cancelled. The next scheduled Ordinance Committee meeting is scheduled for February 1, 2018 also to be held in the Selectman’s Conference Room, 28… Read More
This podcast was recorded live from Wolverine Radio, December 27, 2017. Jay Rainier and Melissa Wooten speak on the success of the first 6K and what is in store for the 2nd race in 2018. This is Part 1 of 2. … Read More
On Saturday, November 25th , a disturbing event occurred in Lisbon when it was announced that a deceased person was found in a wooded area of 151 River Road in Lisbon. Ironically it’s a spot where Connecticut State Police park at times for… Read More
PARKING BAN – There will be a parking ban in effect for the Borough of Jewett City beginning at midnight tonight (March 13th) through midnight, Tuesday, March 14th. Please check your local news stations and Wolverine Radio (1690am) for updates, as the parking… Read More
It’s been a tough road in the last year for the owners of East Coast Auto Sales on RT 138 in Griswold over the last 2 years. After numerous meetings with attorney’s, town officials, Planning and Zoning, contractors, and even private residents,… Read More
On March 10th, 2016 at approximately 9 a.m., a concerned citizen reported a possible intoxicated or impaired driver at the Shell station in the town of Lisbon. The citizens stated that a silver Toyota Scion with a white male driver and white… Read More
The town of Griswold recently had decided to purchase and use security cameras throughout the town. The price was $14,451 with an additional $25 per month for usage. Funds were allocated for these cameras this fiscal year, allowing the security cameras to be placed at… Read More
In response to inquiries made by elected officials and property owners concerning the Connecticut State Police Firearms Training Facility Relocation Project, the Connecticut Department of Administrative Services (DAS) and Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection (DESPP) will hold a series of… Read More
Due to a mandatory employee benefits meeting, the Griswold Transfer Station will be CLOSED Wednesday March 9, 2016 10 AM – NOON OPEN NOON – 2 PM
There will be a presentation of the recent Road Study Survey on March 9, 2016 at 6:30 PM at the Griswold Middle School auditorium. All residents are urged to attend the meeting to be informed and have the opportunity to ask questions.
Wednesday, March 9th, 2016 Town Hall offices will be closed from 10am-11 AM for presentation on medical benefits Sorry for the inconvenience!
The Jewett City Department of Public Utilities has provided electricity to three establishments in the town for no charge. The Jewett City Fire Department, the Slater Library, and the Jewett City Little League complex. The company had been providing free electricity to the aforementioned three for approximately 30… Read More
Griswold First Selectman, Kevin Skulczyck is excited to announce the awarded STEAP Grant. They would like to thank Paul Brycki, State Representative and Congressman Courtney’s office for their help in securing the funds. The Grant is for $370,000 for the Jewett City… Read More
Pictured here: Griswold First Selectman Kevin Skulczyck (left) and Post University Director of Regional Site and Corporate Development Curtis Best roll out news of a new partnership between the town and the University during an event at Griswold Middle School on February 10,… Read More
After a joint meeting last week with the Connecticut DOT and the Connecticut DEEP, the Sheldon Road Bridge will remain closed due to erosion under and around the bridge’s abutment, which created safety concerns. The Town of Griswold has filed an… Read More
Any Jewett City/Griswold resident interested in serving as a member of the Griswold Public Health and Safety Committee should submit a letter of interest to Kevin Skulczyck, First Selectman, 28 Main St. Jewett City, CT 06351 or email@example.com.
Any Jewett City/Griswold resident interested in serving as an alternate on the Town of Griswold Ethics Commission should submit a letter of interest to Kevin Skulczyck, First Selectman, 28 Main St. Jewett City, CT 06351 or firstname.lastname@example.org. According to membership guidelines the new… Read More