The Board of Selectmen of the Town of Killingworth has appointed a Charter Revision Commission (CRC) to review and make changes to the Town Charter per Connecticut General Statutes (CGS) (§7-187(a); §7-188(b); §7-190(a).

The Town Charter is a legal document and the law of Killingworth, which is to be reviewed once every ten years. Thus, our directive as a committee is to determine whether the Killingworth Town Charter requires updates, revisions, and amendments.

Critical to this work is seeking initial public input, comments, and recommendations for potential charter revisions before the CRC begins any substantive work on revisions. The CRC will hold at least two public hearings during our revision work.

The first public hearing will take place virtually tonight, Thursday, May 26th at 7:00 PM.

Please join from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
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Our goal and desired outcome are to make this charter revision process as transparent to the public as possible and to ensure residents have an active voice throughout. To this end, we ask Killingworth residents to attend our first virtual town meeting and share with us comments and recommendations for potential changes and updates to the Killingworth Town Charter. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and actively listen to your comments and recommendations. We thank you for your participation in shaping our Town Charter and the future of Killingworth.


Kathleen Suzanne Zandi (D) (Chair)