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The Cheshire Town Council is holding a special meeting tonight to discuss a variety of different topics, including the Community Pool and expanded recycling program.
Tonight, Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m., the Council is expected to approve the design and bid waiver for the dehumidification work needed at the Cheshire Community Pool. With the bubble being installed for the winter season, the now-enclosed facility needs to have its humidity levels reduced. The Public Building Commission has been studying the necessary measures to achieve the state-mandated humidity levels, and the Town Council is expected to approve the design and bid waiver this evening.
The Town Council will also be discussing the expanded single stream recycling program. A decision on how many new toters are needed could be made at tonight’s meetings. The Council held a public hearing two weeks ago and heard from residents who complained about the size of the new bins. Who is getting what size should be outlined tonight by the Town Council.
Additionally, Town Manager Michael Milone’s goals and objectives for the current fiscal year will be outlined and debated by the Town’s governing body.
The Town Council will also meet in executive session tonight to discuss the future of Chesprocott, personnel matters, pending claims, and litigation.
The Town Council meets at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 24 in Room 207 in Town Hall, 84 South Main Street. A majority of the meeting is open to the public.
Read more about what transpired at tonight’s meeting in upcoming editions of The Cheshire Herald.