North Stonington to decide on joining Ledge Light Health District

North Stonington to decide on joining Ledge Light Health District

Record-Journal

Hearing Tuesday on joining regional health district

NORTH STONINGTON — A public hearing on whether the town should join the Ledge Light Health District will be held at the Board of Selectmen meeting on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

The town is considering joining Ledge Light as a contract replacement for the town health department.

As required by the state Department of Public Health, a public hearing and presentation from the Ledge Light Health District must take place before a vote on the question at a town meeting. The town meeting has been scheduled for Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. at North Stonington Elementary School.

Residents will also vote on three other questions at the town meeting, as follows:

Shall the Town of North Stonington amend the current ordinance for the Water Pollution Control Authority to change membership requirements from a minimum of eight members to a minimum of five members?

Shall the Town of North Stonington convey ownership, for the consideration of one dollar, subject to a permanent, private, conservation/open space easement, to land known as Chester Main Estates’ East Trail, Tax Parcel ID Numbers 95-5348 and 102-2790, and the land known as the “West Buffer,” Tax Parcel ID Number 95-1578, all parcels located off Chester Main Road, to a Chester Main Estates Non Profit Home Owners Association (HOA), to be created through the Connecticut Secretary of State, subject to approval of form by the Town Attorney, and with express condition that the HOA must be legally established no later than 90 days after all town approvals?

Shall the Town of North Stonington empower First Selectman to take action necessary to abate and demolish the structure known as Greene Gables located on the Hewitt Farm property owned by the Town?

For more information, go to www.northstoningtonct.gov

chewitt@thewesterlysun.com


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