RESCHEDULED & NEW LOCATION: Informational meeting on proposed solar farm
On MONDAY, February 18, at 7:00 p.m., the Killingworth Energy Task Force will hold an informational meeting on the proposed solar farm described below. The meeting will take place in the KILLINGWORTH LIBRARY.

A representative from Standard Solar, the company that has submitted the proposal, will present their project and respond to residents' questions in advance of the CT Siting Council hearing scheduled for February 21.

Note that this is neither a hearing nor an action meeting; it's a chance to get answers about the project.
Site walk and hearing scheduled on proposed solar farm
The Connecticut Siting Council has scheduled public hearing on the construction and operation of a 1.98-megawatt photovoltaic electric generating facility on a 25-acre site on the south side of Route 80 slightly east of Chestnut Hill. The hearing will take place on Thursday, February 21, 2019, beginning with an evidentiary session at 3:00 p.m. and continuing with a public comment session at 6:30 p.m., at Killingworth Fire Station 1, 333 Route 81. A site walk will take place at 2:00 p.m. on February 21. Park on the south side of Route 80 and wear boots, as the site is entirely forested. The petition to the Siting Council and related documents can be found at
Town Hall will be CLOSED on Monday, February 18, 2019, in observance of Presidents' Day.
The Board of Assessment Appeals is accepting appeal applications February 1 - February 20, 2019 for Ral Estate, Personal Property and Supplemental Motor Vehicles.
Applications are available for download on the Assessor's page; hard copies are available at Town Hall. Hearings will be scheduled in March with dates to be determined.
Welcome to virtual Killingworth
The real thing is better, of course — we have miles of country roads, even more miles of old stone walls, hundreds of acres of woods and streams, starry skies. We also have a great community, which includes the renowned rehabilitation center for birds of prey, the first net-zero home in Connecticut, dozens of sports teams for children of all ages, community gardens, historic places, and a score of active civic groups.

Virtual Killingworth, however, will answer many of your questions, save you trips and phone calls, and help you understand the town government. It will give you access to many services the town offers and allow you to keep up with what’s going on in the various committees and commissions that govern Killingworth. You can also communicate with Town Hall easily and quickly by clicking here (in an emergency, however, please call 911).

Whether you live in the real Killingworth or are just visiting, please let us know what we can do to serve you better.

First Selectwoman Catherine Iino
A Gift for the Givers
Boy Scout Troop 18 built and delivered a handsome bin to the Helping Hands/Backpack Program headquarters at the traffic circle. Now people can drop off donations of nonperishable food any time. Many thanks to the scouts and their patient and able leader, Paul Pitts. Thanks also to the generous donors who filled it the first week! Please continue to use it only for nonperishable food.

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