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Have you gotten your copy of The Cheshire Herald yet? If not, here is what you're missing:
*The opening of school is just a few days away and when students return they will find each building ready for the new year. Learn what projects were completed by the School District over the summer, and what it will mean for Cheshire students.
*The Cheshire Town Council is about to decide what projects are accepted for this year's Capital Budget, however, planning for the future has already begun. The Cheshire Fire Department has made it clear that all fire engines will have to be replaced over the next decade or so, but three are in need of the most attention. Find out which engines need replacing, and when that could take place.
*Director of Public Works Joseph Michelangelo has worked in Cheshire for over a decade, but now the veteran administrator is leaving to take another job. Read what he had to say about his decision, and his time in Cheshire.
*Though the economy remains tough on businesses, some are continuing to grow. That's true of AIMNET, an architecture firm, which will be expanding into Cheshire. Find out what that means for the town.
*Make sure to check out our editorial this week, where we discuss the most important factor to living a healthy lifestyle.
*As always, our Around Town and Sports sections have all your local news and happenings, including our special summer feature entitled "The Artists Among Us."