N-O-W makes new hires

The Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton Board of Education approved three new hires and one resignation at its meeting Sept. 12. 

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  • Wilton gives thanks

    December 2nd, 2022
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    A volunteer-led event, Wilton’s community Thanksgiving dinner was Thursday at the Wilton American Legion Hall.

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    Royall Schools proceed with design for building project

    December 2nd, 2022
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    Architectural firm FEH will begin the design-development phase for the Royall School District’s $10.9 building project, the board of education decided at its meeting Monday. 

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    Norwalk approves issue of bonds for wastewater treatment plant

    December 2nd, 2022
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    The Norwalk Village Board dispensed with its remaining business of 2022 in less than a half hour Tuesday evening.

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    Local hunters see opening-weekend success

    November 24th, 2022
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    Local hunters took the woods Saturday for the opening day of gun-deer season.

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    Village of Wilton approves 2023 budget, sets mill rate

    November 24th, 2022
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    Wilton Village Board members approved a $766,437.41 budget Monday, setting the local tax levy at $201,797, a 4.51 percent increase from last year’s figure, and the mill rate at 6.07.

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  • Kendall well project proceeds despite hitches

    November 17th, 2022
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    Though Kendall’s well project has been beset by snags and delays, “things are moving along,” Andy Zimmer of MSA Professional Services told the village board at its meeting Monday. 

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    Marking Veterans Day

    November 17th, 2022
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    The Brookwood High School Student Council hosted its annual Veterans Day program Thursday, Nov. 10.

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    Norwalk area residents celebrate Thanksgiving with community dinner

    November 17th, 2022
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    Norwalk’s Friends of the Community group hosted its annual community Thanksgiving dinner Sunday at the Norwalk Fire Station.

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    Wilton Village Board to create open-records policy

    November 17th, 2022
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    The Wilton Village Board began the process of crafting an open-records policy at its meeting Monday, giving permission to clerk/treasurer Leigha Barton to work with the village’s attorney, Penny Precour, to create the document. 

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    Ontario Village Board accomplishes short agenda

    November 17th, 2022
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    It was a quiet night at Monday’s Ontario Village Board meeting. With no public comments, the board sailed through a short agenda.

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    Kendall hosts holiday fair

    November 10th, 2022
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    The Kendall Lions Club hosted its Kendall Holiday Fair last Friday and Saturday at the Kendall Community Hall.

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