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LITCHFIELD WPCA
(SEWER DEPARTMENT)
NOTICE OF OVERNIGHT WORK WEATHER PERMITTING
The WPCA staff will be conducting field work associated with its ongoing efforts to determine external sources of flow. (Ground water and non-sewer water entering the sanitary sewer collection system)
 
Work is scheduled to begin on the evening of Monday, April 3, 2017 and is planned to occur between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. The work will continue each night until Friday at 6:00 a.m. on April 7, 2017.
 
The field work involves the setup and removal of test equipment and the opening of manholes to monitor night time flows while obtaining samples.
 
Our trained staff will be working quietly, as the equipment used will not create any loud noises. The team of three will be driving the WPCA’s silver F-250 pick-up truck. They will have town issued identification badges and uniforms.
 
Here is the daily schedule of work to be done:
Monday Night April 3, 2017 – This work will be in non-residential areas and easements. We will set up on the two longest runs, from East Street south along the Bantam River through the Litchfield Country Club to the end of South Lake Street. We will also be testing the main interceptor line from the beaver dam, located on White Woods Road, along our sewer right-a-way to the Bantam River, crossing at High Bridge Road. 
 
Tuesday Night April 4, 2017 – This work will be in the eastern part of the system. We will set up in the more residential area along Meadow Street and Gallows Lane. We may also set up along Harris Road and do a few spot checks near the intersection of Constitution Way and White Woods Road, as well as along Russell Street.  
 
Wednesday Night April 5, 2017 – This work will be in the western part of the system, as we will set up closer to the treatment plant located in Bantam. We will sample the main interceptor coming into the plant, and do a few spot checks around Highland Avenue and Bantam Lake Road.  
 
Thursday Night April 6, 2017 – This night’s work will be any alternative areas we want to check, which could include areas in Bantam along RT.202. We will finish any relevant areas that have not yet been sampled. Depending on time available we may set up on Torrington Road, just below Town Farm Road to the Litchfield-Torrington town line. 
 
For questions and /or concerns
Visit the town website (www.townoflitchfield.org)
Or contact the WPCA Superintendent
Ted Donoghue at
860-459-6169
Or by email at
 
 
Clerical Administrative Assistant
The Town of Warren is seeking to fill the position of Clerical Administrative Assistant.  Applicant will need to be flexible, organized and able to adapt to multi-departments within the Town Hall and will be required to attend monthly Land Use Commission meetings during the evenings. Applicant must be able to work with the public in a kind and helpful manner. Closing Date - Monday, April 10, 2017
 
Contact the Selectman's Office at 860-868-7881 x 103 for an application and job description or at http://www.warrenct.org/selectmen-board/news/help-wanted-clerical-administrative-assistant.
 
 
Public Hearing for Litchfield’s
Plan of Conservation and Development
Monday, May 1 ~ 6:00 p.m.
Litchfield Town Hall Annex Gymnasium
80 Doyle Road, Bantam
The Town of Litchfield updated its Plan of Conservation and Development. A Public Hearing will be held on Monday, May 1st, 6:00 p.m. at the Town Hall Annex Gymnasium at 80 Doyle Road in Bantam.
 
At this hearing interested persons may appear and be heard and written comment will be received.
 
The Draft Plan of Conservation and Development document is available here or for review on the Town of Litchfield website Land Use Department page and at the Land Use office, 80 Doyle Road, Bantam, CT.
 
 
Borough of Litchfield – Snow and Ice Removal
The Litchfield Board of Warden and Burgesses would like to remind Borough residents that, according to Article III Sec. 95-7 and 95-8 of the Borough Code,  The owner, agent of the owner or occupant of any building or land bordering upon any street, park or public place within the Borough of Litchfield, except crosswalks and park walks, where there is a sidewalk shall cause to be removed therefrom any and all snow, sleet and ice within eight (8) hours after sunrise, when the same shall have fallen in the night, and whenever any such sidewalk or any part thereof shall be covered with ice, the owner, agent or occupant of the building or lot adjacent thereto shall, within one (1) hour thereafter during the daytime or within one (1) hour after sunrise when it falls during the night, cause such sidewalk to be made safe and convenient by removing the ice therefrom or by covering the same with sand or other suitable substance.
 
Failure to comply will result in the Borough sidewalk committee ordering the cleaning and sanding of the sidewalk and a 25% surcharge will be added to the cost to be paid by the owner or occupant. For further information, please visit the Borough website at www.boroughoflitchfield.org or call Gerry Perusse at 860 567-5640.
 
 
Recognizing Active Military Personnel
If you have a member of your family currently serving in the U.S. military and would like to have them featured on the bulletin board in the Litchfield Town Hall, please contact Leslie Caron 860-567-8558 or caron005@optonline.net. She will also be glad to update current postings with new photos and information (promotions, rank, etc.).
 
 
Litchfield Town Commission Vacancies
The Town of Litchfield has several vacancies for residents who would like to serve as volunteers on Town Committees, Commissions or Boards. Especially needed are volunteers for the Beautification Commission and the Recycling Committee. To learn more about the vacancies and how to apply, please contact the Office of the First Selectman at 860-567-7550 or stop in at the Town Hall weekdays 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.