The Hebron Board of Selectmen is seeking residents to serve on various town agencies in the Town of Hebron.
Current vacancies are as follows:
Planning and Zoning – Alternates (2)
Zoning Board of Appeals – Alternate (1)
Commission on Aging – Alternate (1)
Conservation Commission – Alternate (2)
Economic Development Commission – Alternate (1)
Historic Properties Commission – Alternate (1)
Citizens Green Committee – Regular (1)
Citizens Green Committee – Alternate (2)
Public Building Committee – Regular (1)
Public Building Committee – Alternate (2)
Tricentennial Commission – Regular (3-13)
Interested candidates should attend a meeting of the board or commission in which they may have an interest, and discuss with the Chairman the frequency of meetings and the time commitment involved.
All residents of Hebron who are registered to vote are eligible. Letters of interest or questions may be addressed to The Town Manager’s Office, Town of Hebron, 15 Gilead Street, Hebron CT 06248 or call (860) 228-5971.
* Designates Elected
Board of Selectmen
R Daniel Larson 1,246*
D John B. Collins 961*
D Marc P. Rubera 927
D Carla A. Pomprowicz 1,893*
Board of Finance
R Peter D. Kasper 1,273*
R Diane L. Del Rosso 1,194*
D Malcolm Leichter 1,001*
D Janet L. Fodaski 976
Hebron Board of Education
D Erica E. Bromley 1,159*
R Christopher L. Aker 1,139*
D Heather R. Petit 1,060*
D Wendy R. Oakes 1,035
Board of Assessment Appeals
R Philip J. LoBianco 1,110*
D Peter G. Byram 1,000*
D Theodore E. Bromley 967
Planning and Zoning Commission
U Jeffrey P. Cormier 1,718*
R Natalie A. Wood 1,151*
R Devon S. Garner 913*
D Tiffany V. Thiele 842
D Daniel F. Grady 738
Planning and Zoning Commission Alternate
R Joseph A. Colletti 970*
D Cindy B Kelly 881
Zoning Board of Appeals
R Michael T. McCormack 1,215*
R Martin J. Halloran 1,044*
D Anthony S. Novak 989*
D William J. Malitsky 926
Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate
R Jim Petrozza 1,335*
Regional Board of Education – RHAM
D Robert M. Schadtle 952*
D Kathleen Goodwin 929*
D Joseph E. O’Connor 920*
R Bruce A. Olmstead 903
R Richard L. Jacobson 875
R Keith C. Petit 838
Effective Sunday, November 5, 2017, the Hebron Transfer Station will be operating under Winter Hours:
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Two hour school delay for RHAM and Hebron schools on Wednesday, November 1, 2017.
Thank you for your patience as we work to make the town safe and restore power.
STORM UPDATE – Tuesday, October 31, 2017, 8:00 p.m.
Restoration work continues throughout town. Currently 25 % of Hebron is without power.
There are several Eversource crews in town working overnight with the Hebron Public Works Department and the Town Manager’s Office to continue to make safe, open roads and restore power.
The Eversource Global Estimated Time of Restoration for Hebron is Thursday, November 2, 2017, by 12:00 noon. This is worst case scenario.
Potable water is available at Company # 1 Fire Station, 44 Main Street, Police Department side. Bring your own containers. Available any time day or night.
There is an electronics charging station available at the Douglas Library, 22 Main Street
Wednesday 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m.
Town Offices, Douglas Library, Parks & Recreation and the Senior Center are open regular business hours.
The decision regarding school opening for Wednesday will be made early in the morning. Please check the news stations or radio.
Please treat any downed wires as live wires.
Tuesday, October 31, 2017 11:00 a.m. – The Parks & Recreation Department at Burnt Hill Park is now open.