Norwich Bull article. ‘First Selectman Allan Walker said he was “very excited” the proposal passed. … I think it’s the right time to do it because bonding rates and construction costs are low right now,” Walker said. “It’s long overdue.” ‘
ALSO… Many thanks to those who participated with donations to the the Food and Fuel Program! Once again, Woodstock shows it cares!
To raise $2.5 million to repair the salt storage facility, remediate ground contamination, and house highway facility equipment.
If we don’t, the State will at our expense.
Results should be in by 8:30 PM
The margin does not require a recount.
The Naysayers didn’t show up at the poles. They figured they could get the result at the Cafe.