Our America Past and Present

In 1883, when Emma Lazarus penned her immortal poem that graces the base of the Statue of Liberty, she was speaking of the safety and opportunity that America offered “the wretched refuse of your teeming shore”.

Important Public Forum

Drug and alcohol abuse are becoming an epidemic in our country resulting in many deaths and the destruction of relationships in families and in society.

Your Vote Counts

It seems to go without saying that a November, 2016 edition of any newspaper would contain articles about the election, occurring eight days from now.

Spending Town Money

At the recent 9/26/2016 Tri-Board Meeting, Gilbane Construction revealed that the cost of renovations and expansion of the Town Hall will increase by 3.57 million dollars over the 5.13 million dollars originally approved at a Town Meeting in 2015, bringing the total to 8.7 million dollars.

Snowstorm

Town Snowstorm Policies

The responsibility of the Public Works Department is to maintain a safe road network by providing an efficient and effective snow and ice removal program during the winter months.

Jack Muska, a consultant to the Public Works Department who supervised the project, describes recent improvements in the Suffield Housing units to visiting officials. From the Left: Suffield Housing Authority Executive Director Debbie Krut, State Representative Tami Zawistowski, Selectman Krystal Holmes, Selectman Joanne Sullivan, First Selectman Melissa Mack, Connecticut Commissioner of the Department of Housing Evonne Klein.

Commissioner Visits Suffield Housing

Evonne Klein, Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Housing, visited Suffield with a small entourage on September 27 to view the improvements recently completed at the town’s public housing – the 70 apartment units comprising Maple Court, Laurel Court and Broder Place.