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Announcements2022-09-05T09:53:29-04:00

Renter’s Rebate Program

The Renter’s Rebate Program begins April 1. The Rebate is for income-qualified residents over 65 or disabled. It is based on rent, utility charges and maximum gross income. A checklist of necessary documents can be obtained at the Killingworth Town Hall or by contacting the Municipal Agent, Mercedes Ricciuti, at 860 663 1765 x217.

Connecticut Presidential Preference Primary Calendar

Both the Democratic and Republican Parties will hold Presidential Preference Primaries on April 2, 2024.

DATE EVENT
January 2, 2024 Deadline for enrolled party members to transfer enrollment from one party to the other for voting in their “new” party’s Presidential Preference Primary.
March 12, 2024 Absentee Ballots become available from Town Clerk.
March 15, 2024 Enrollment Session for Presidential Preference Primary.
March 15, 2024 Mail-In and online deadline for new voters, and unaffiliated voters, to enroll in a party for voting in its primary. Registration must be postmarked or received in person by this date.
March 26, 27, 28, 30, 2024 Early Voting period at Killingworth Town Hall, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. (Please note – Early Voting will not take place on Friday, March 29, 2024,  in observance of the Good Friday Holiday.)
April 2, 2024 Presidential Preference Primary at Killingworth Elementary School, 6:00 am to 8:00 pm.

 

Early Voting Information Session

The Killingworth Registrars of Voters will be holding an informational session about Early Voting on Saturday, March 9, at the Killingworth Library from 10 am to 12 noon. New this year, Early Voting will take place for the first time prior to the Presidential Preference Primary which is scheduled for April 2.

What is Early Voting? How is it different from Absentee Voting? When is it being held and where? What will it mean to me? Come to the session on Saturday, March 9 from 10 am – 12 noon at the Killingworth Library to get answers to your questions! The registrars will discuss all of the above as well as the upcoming calendar for Early Voting for the rest of the year.

All are welcome. Voter registration materials will be available. For more information please contact rov2@townofkillingworth.com .

EARLY VOTING FAQs

PPP Facts 2024

The Estuary Tax Help is Available

Once again, The Estuary is providing tax preparation assistance on Tuesdays at the Killingworth Congregational Church.  There are no income or age restrictions, but appointments are required.  Please contact the Estuary at 860-579-3192 with any questions or to schedule an appointment.

DEEP Fishing Guide Update

The 2024 DEEP Freshwater Fishing Regulations are now available at this link:  2024 DEEP Fishing Guide

There are no regulation changes for freshwater fishing from 2023 to 2024.

However, starting this year the Freshwater and Saltwater Regulations will no longer be combined in one booklet. Marine regulations are set through a process involving many stakeholders and are not usually completed until late February. As many of you are hitting the inland waters well before March, the Fisheries Division has opted to split the two and publish the inland regulations at the start of the calendar year. Hard copies will be distributed to many town clerks and bait and tackle shops in the coming weeks.

Marine regulations will be printed in a brochure and updated on the DEEP webpage as soon as they are finalized (anticipating late March 2024).

New Medicare Cards in the Mail

If you receive a letter indicating you are being sent a new Medicare Card and you actually receive a new card, it is a precautionary measure taken by the Center for Medicare & Medical Services (CMS) because of a data breach – IT IS NOT A SCAM.

When in doubt, Medicare Recipients should call MEDICARE or engage the Senior Medicare Patrol if they have questions or concerns.

New Eversource Electric Discount

As of December, 2023, a new electric discount is available to Eversource residential electric customers with existing financial hardship status on their electric accounts. The discount is based on gross annual income or the receipt of public assistance such as fuel assistance, SNAP or disability SSI. To learn more, log into Eversource.com or click on Social Services under the Town Services heading at the top of this page. Paper applications are also available at the Town Hall.

November 7, 2023 Election Results

First Selectman, 11/21/2023-11/18/2025, Eric Couture (D) 

Selectmen, 11/21/2023-11/18/2025, Joel D’Angelo (D) and Eric Nunes (R)                     

Town Treasurer, 11/21/2023-11/18/2025, Donna Dupuis (D)

Tax Collector, 11/21/2023-11/16/2027, Michele B. Nuhn (D) 

Board of Finance, 11/21/2023-11/16/2027, William Kosturko (D), Marcel T. Couture (D) and Andrew J. O’Neill (R)

Board of Assessment Appeals, 11/21/2023-11/16/2027, Carolyn Anderson (D)

Planning & Zoning Commission  11/21/2023-11/16/2027, Thomas W. Hogarty (D), Paul D. McGuinness (D) and Michael Drew (R)

Planning & Zoning Cmsn. Alt., 11/21/2023-11/16/2027, Alec Martin (D) and Julie A. Phelps (R)             

Zoning Board of Appeals, 11/21/2023-11/16/2027, Mark McCormick (D), Benjamin Charney (D) and Cheryl Fine (R)                      

Zoning Board of Appeals Alt., 11/21/2023-11/16/2027, William Joyce (D) 

Fire Commissioners, 11/21/2023-11/18/2025, Michael Reimers (D) and Don Offner (R) 

Regional Board of Ed., 12/01/2023-12/01/2027, Suzanne C. Sack (D), Jennifer Voegtli (D) and Nelson Rivera (D)                        

 

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