Dear Property Owner: The State of Connecticut requires that each municipality revalue real property periodically to ensure that assessments are equitable. The Town of Lyme has retained Vision Government Solutions, Inc. to conduct the revaluation of the town for 2018. Representatives from the Appraisal department of Vision Government Solutions, Inc. will be in your area shortly to conduct the first phase of the revaluation process. Each Vision data collector will have a Vision photo identification card. Residents are encouraged to ask to view this identification prior to admitting anyone into their homes. When the Vision data collector visits your property they will verify the exterior measurementsof each building. If a person 18 years or older is available at the home to allow entry, the Vision data collector will request to inspect the interior including basement and easily accessible attic space. They will also take an exterior image of the property. At the conclusion of the inspection, the homeowner or resident will be asked to sign the data collection form only to verify that the interior inspection took place. If no one is available at the time of the visit to the property, follow up letters will be sent to owners with information on how to schedule an inspection appointment. If you have questions as to the identity of a data collector, call Troop F, Westbrook at (860) 399-2100 (non-emergency number) for further confirmation. Each data collector has personal and vehicle information registered with Troop F, Westbrook and the Assessor’s Office. If you have other questions please call the Assessor’s office at (860) 434-8092. Thank you for your cooperation. The Assessor’s Office
Tuesday, August 29th, 2017
Monday, August 28th, 2017
Notice is also hereby given that the following are the names of the party-endorsed candidates, if any, for nomination to each office indicated, together with the street address of said candidate. The party endorsed candidates, if any, are indicated by an asterisk. Additionally, the following are the names of all other candidates who have filed their certificates of eligibility and consent to primary or have satisfied the primary petitioning requirements in conformity with the General Statutes as candidates for nomination to each office indicated, together with the street addresses of said candidates.
Office: Probate District – Saybrook – 33rd
Candidate/Address *Anselmo Delia, 33 Kelseytown Rd., Clinton, CT 06413
Candidate/Address Kevin J. Hecht 85 Hartford Ave., Old Saybrook, CT 06475
Dated at Hartford, Connecticut, this 9th day of August, 2017.
DENISE W. MERRILL, SECRETARY OF THE STATE
The foregoing is a copy of the notice which I have received from the Office of the Secretary of the State, in accordance with Section 9-433 of the General Statutes. As provided in said notice, a primary of the referenced party for nomination to the state or district offices therein specified will be held on September 12, 2017. The hours of voting at said primary and the location of the polls will be as follows:
HOURS OF VOTING: 6:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P.M.
LOCATION OF POLLING PLACE: Lyme Town Hall, 480 Hamburg Road, Lyme, CT 06371
VOTING DISTRICT: 1
The Lyme Town Hall will be open for business during regular hours on the day of the primary.
Voter Enrollment Session for Republicans in Advance of September 12 Republican Judge of Probate Primary
Monday, August 28th, 2017
A Voter Enrollment Session for Republicans will be held at the Lyme Town Hall, 480 Hamburg Road, Lyme, CT on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm before the September 12, 2017 Republican Judge of Probate Primary for the purpose of registration and/or enrollment of electors entitled to vote in the primary.
Monday, August 28th, 2017
The Lyme Town Hall and Lyme Transfer Station will be closed Monday, September 4 in observance of Labor Day.
Lyme-Old Lyme Education Foundation Bound for the Sound 5K and 10K Race for Education is Saturday, September 23rd
Friday, August 25th, 2017
The Lyme-Old Lyme Education Foundation has announced its 2017 Bound for the Sound 5K and 10k Race for Education has been scheduled for Saturday, September 23rd. Please consider participating in this annual community event which helps support programs in our two communities.
Whether you are a seasoned runner who enjoys the competition of a timed race or a family looking for an opportunity take part in a fun filled event, the course meets all expectations. The race starts at Sound View Beach and winds through the town’s picturesque natural vistas. The race course is mostly flat with some gently rolling hills along country roads, ending with a sprint down historic Hartford Avenue to the beach. There is also a 1 Mile Fun Run. Go to http://www.lolef.org/events for details.
Friday, August 18th, 2017
Friday, August 11th, 2017
Every leap year Rogers Lake is to be lowered in the fall so that landowners can perform any maintenance at the waters edge. That did not happen this past year because of the drought.
The drawdown will take place this fall as follows:
- The drawdown will start after Labor Day and the full drawdown of a maximum of 14 inches should occur by mid September.
- The drawdown will be maintained from mid-September to the first of November.
· The Rogers Lake Authority can be contacted at Rogers-Lake-Authority@googlegroups.com
Monday, August 7th, 2017
Please be aware that road work (chip sealing) will occur between August 11 and 18 (weather permitting) on the following roads in the order listed:
Signs will be posted as the particular roads are being worked on. We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconvenience.
The 116th Hamburg Fair takes place August 18th 5pm-10:30 pm, August 19th 9am-10:30 pm, and August 20th 9am – 6pm
Friday, August 4th, 2017
The 116th Hamburg Fair takes place August 18th 5pm-10:30 pm, August 19th 9am-10:30 pm, and August 20th 9am – 6pm.
The 116th Hamburg Fair, hosted by The Lyme Grange is a family friendly Lyme, CT tradition!
This family friendly fair showcases many agricultural fair traditions while highlighting top local music talent and entertainment. The intimate size of the fair makes for easy navigation, parking and crowd control. Visitors will enjoy Midway Carnival rides and games, Grange Hall coffee, grill and snack bar, food concessions, pony rides and entries and exhibits for farm, animal, crafts, fruits, vegetables and more. Participate in the kids games on Saturday 11am-1pm or come to watch the traditional pony, horse and oxen pulls on Saturday and Sunday. From country to pop, fiddlers to funk, there is something for everyone who enjoys live music. The fair kicks off Friday evening music with performances in the amphitheater from country music favorites Katie Perkins and Branded. See many local young artists on Saturday afternoon including; Connected, Jake Kulak and Braiden Sunshine. Saturday evening will please the shoreline with the popular Plywood Cowboy followed by Shiny Lapel Trio. Sunday afternoon concludes with the tradition of bluegrass and fiddling by Eight Mile River Band and the Old Time Fiddlers. See full music schedule: http://hamburgfair.org/fair-schedule/. The annual agricultural fair takes place rain or shine! Tickets are available for purchase at the entrance.