Tropical Storm Jose Update from Lyme EMD_Tuesday, September 19, 2017_11:30 AM

September 19th, 2017

Lyme EMD Update_Tropical Storm Jose_11.30_9.19.17

Hurricane Jose News Release from Eversource_Monday September 18 2017 4:00 PM

September 18th, 2017

Eversource is Ready for Jose Mutual aid crews headed home from Florida after Irma restoration

BERLIN, Conn. (September 18, 2017) – With the effects of Hurricane Jose expected to impact parts of Connecticut in the next few days, Eversource is prepared to respond to any damage or outages caused by the storm. The company will open its emergency operations centers in Newtown, Hartford and New London beginning Tuesday and is encouraging customers to take steps to prepare for the storm, too.

“We continue to monitor Jose’s path very carefully and are ready to address any impacts to the electric system,” said Peter Clarke, Senior Vice President of Emergency Preparedness for Eversource. “We’re confident our ongoing technology upgrades, combined with our tried and tested emergency response plan, will enable us to safely and efficiently handle any issues that may arise.”

Eversource crews assisting with power restoration in Florida after Hurricane Irma are returning home to Connecticut and will be ready to respond to any power outages if needed. All other company employees are also on standby and prepared to assist with any potential storm restoration.

Customers should prepare for any severe weather by assembling or restocking a storm kit and creating an emergency plan with family members, friends and neighbors. Eversource offers the tips on its website to help customers prepare for emergencies.

The company reminds customers to always stay clear of downed wires and to report them immediately to 9-1-1. Be sure to report any outage online at, or by calling 800-286-2000. Customers who signed up for the company’s new, two-way texting feature can send a text to report an outage and receive outage updates as they happen.





Hurricane/Tropical Storm Jose Update from Lyme EMD_September 18 2017 2:00 PM

September 18th, 2017

Lyme EMD Update_Tropical Storm Jose_14.00_9.18.17

Hunting season to begin September 15

September 15th, 2017

Deer Bow Hunting Season Opens Friday, Sept 15

Deer hunting season opens in Connecticut September 15 with the beginning of the bow season and continues through Jan 31. The Town of Lyme and Lyme Land Trust allow licensed hunters with a granted permit to hunt on some of its forest preserves. Hunters seeking permission to hunt on Town and Land Trust property should contact the Town of Lyme Open Space Coordinator at Hunting is allowed Mon-Thurs. and preserves remain open to hikers and other users during bow season.

Whenever walking in the woods during hunting season, it is always a good idea to wear bright colors (preferably orange) and to keep dogs leashed. If your dogs run free, it’s a good idea to buy them orange vests and make sure they are worn whenever the dog is out of the house.

For a list of the Town and Land Trust preserves on which hunting is permitted and other information about personal safety in Lyme forest preserves during hunting season, go to:



September 6th, 2017





September 7, 2017Mail-in for new voter registration and enrollment application must be postmarked by this date and received by the registrar of voters up until 12:00 noon of September 11, 2017.


September 7, 2017Mail-in for Unaffiliated voter enrollment application must be received by this date.


September 7, 2017On-line registration up until 11:59 PM.


September 11, 2017In-person new voter registration and enrollment or in-person Unaffiliated voter enrollment up until 12:00 noon.

Notice of Ballot Order Lottery_September 12 at 1:00 PM

September 1st, 2017

Notice of Ballot Order Lottery

Pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes 9-253 and 9-453r, the Town of Lyme Registrars of Voters will conduct a public Ballot Order Lottery to determine the horizontal order of the names within the appropriate row on the November 7, 2017 Municipal Election ballot for multiple-opening offices.

The Ballot Order Lottery will be held on: Tuesday, September 12 at 1:00 PM in the Registrars of Voters Office at Lyme Town Hall

 Dianne F. Ahlberg

Jane Boyd

Registrars of Voters

Town of Lyme

Revaluation Information from the Assessor’s Office

August 29th, 2017

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

Republican Primary_Tuesday, September 12, 2017_Office of Judge of Probate Only

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

Party: Republican

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.


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


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

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.

Lyme Town Hall and Lyme Transfer Station Closed Monday September 4 in Observance of Labor Day

August 28th, 2017

The Lyme Town Hall and Lyme Transfer Station will be closed Monday, September 4 in observance of Labor Day.