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As we enter a weekend filled with lots of outdoor activities, please be aware that Hurricane Lee is expected to remain far off the coast of Connecticut but may result in some strong winds, moderate rain and minor coastal flooding. Please plan accordingly.
Please join us tonight, Friday, September 15th at Salt Meadow Park for a free concert featuring Free Play. Concert begins at 5 p.m. This will be the last summer concert at Salt Meadow Park.
This Saturday, September 16th and Sunday, September 17th, Madison Youth Soccer Club is hosting their annual Madison Invitational Soccer Tournament (MIST). This year's competition will take place at Salt Meadow Park and Daniel Hand High School. Please use caution when entering these facilities as they are expecting 100 teams throughout the weekend resulting in increased traffic activity. Best of luck to all of the athletes!
The Madison Chamber of Commerce will hold their last outdoor show of the year on Saturday, September 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the Madison town green. The expo will feature antiques, crafts & art vendors. Admission is $5.00. For more information visit the Madison Chamber of Commerce website.
The town will conduct a Public Hearing on Monday, September 18, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. in Room A at Madison Town Campus, 8 Campus Drive and via Zoom for the purpose of Tree Removal on Railroad Avenue Parking Lot. Please visit the town website for Zoom information.
The Town Clerk's office will be closed for educational training on Thursday, Sept. 21st. Additionally, the office will be closed from 8:30 to 10:30 on Wednesday, Sept. 27th. Please utilize the dropbox located outside of the double door entrance (facing Police Station). Land Records and Maps are located online at seachIQS.com.
Eversource has announced some important modifications to its tree removal policy relating to the Transmission Right of Way Reliability Program (TRRP). If you are a resident impacted by TRRP, please refer to the revised policy highlighted in the updated TRRP presentation. Eversource will be reaching out directly to impacted homeowners in the coming days to inform them of the updated policy.
This October the Town is excited to welcome again a great fall tradition - the Bauer Park Harvest Festival, which is being held on Saturday, October 14th from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at Bauer Park on Copse Road at the intersection with Hunter's Trail. This is a free, family friendly old-fashioned country fair at Madison's Historic Farm Bauer Park and includes hay and pony rides, children's crafts, apple tasting and cider press, pumpkin painting, a hay maze, live music, scarecrow making, and more.
The Rockland Preserve Advisory Committee is looking for volunteers to help plant shrubs and perennials for its native pollinator habitat at Rockland Preserve on Saturday, October 7th, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. (rain date Oct 8) and Saturday, October 28th, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. (rain date Oct 29). Please meet at Renee’s Way Trailhead, 99 Renee’s Way. For questions and to RSVP email Jean at email@example.com. All ages welcome!
The Madison Senior Services is currently taking applications for the Connecticut Energy Assistance Program for Madison residents age 65 and over. Please contact the Senior Center at 203-245-5627 to check for eligibility. Adults and families can contact Madison Youth and Family Services for eligibility assistance at 203-245-5645.
The Town Clerk would like to remind residents that the 2023 Municipal Elections are scheduled for Tuesday, November 7th. Although Absentee Ballots are not available until October 6th, you can obtain an Absentee Ballot Application now in the Town Clerk’s office or from the website. The Town Clerk’s drop box is now open to receive applications. More information on the election, absentee ballots and voting locations is available at www.madisonct.org/vote
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And lastly, wishing those who celebrate a very Happy Rosh Hashanah and a sweet new year.
Have a great weekend Madison!
Peggy LyonsFirst Selectwoman