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First Selectman Beth Heller
  • On Tuesday June 14th, the Amity Regional School District 5 budget was passed at a third referendum, follo ...

    On Tuesday June 14th, the Amity Regional School District 5 budget was passed at a third referendum, following two unsuccessful referenda.  I understand many in the community had different reasons for ...

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  • Hello Woodbridge friends and neighbors! Happy Memorial Day – the holiday that begins summer … In Woodbrid ...

    Hello Woodbridge friends and neighbors! Happy Memorial Day – the holiday that begins summer … In Woodbridge, we celebrate this holiday with a solemn ceremony that mourns and honors those who died whil ...

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  • As we do in Woodbridge every spring, ALL residents are invited (and encouraged) to attend the Town’s Annu ...

    As we do in Woodbridge every spring, ALL residents are invited (and encouraged) to attend the Town’s Annual Meeting on Monday May 16 at 7:30 pm at the Amity High School Auditorium. This large space ha ...

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  • I encourage all residents to attend the Town’s Preliminary Budget Hearing on Monday, April 18 at 7:30 pm ...

    I encourage all residents to attend the Town’s Preliminary Budget Hearing on Monday, April 18 at 7:30 pm at the Firehouse (100 Center Road).  At this hearing residents are invited to make comments or ...

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  • This year’s budget process has been quite challenging.  As a town, Woodbridge is at a crossroads.  If all ...

    This year’s budget process has been quite challenging.  As a town, Woodbridge is at a crossroads.  If all department, board and commission budget requests are granted for next fiscal year, our mil rat ...

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  • First Selectman Makes a To-Do List

    Earlier in January we asked First Selectman Beth Heller about issues the town is facing in 2022, and she ...

    Earlier in January we asked First Selectman Beth Heller about issues the town is facing in 2022, and she responded with a whole list of initiatives, many of which seem to point to one overarching goal ...

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  • Happy belated Lunar New Year!  February is Black History Month, and I am proud that Woodbridge is becomin ...

    Happy belated Lunar New Year!  February is Black History Month, and I am proud that Woodbridge is becoming more diverse.  I am also pleased that the ad hoc Diversity & Inclusion Committee is findi ...

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  • We begin the new year by celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 17th.  This year, I am reminde ...

    We begin the new year by celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 17th.  This year, I am reminded that this holiday is a time to reflect on all that Dr. King accomplished.  As he once stated, ...

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  • Both statewide and locally, our COVID-19 positivity rate unfortunately increased significantly just befor ...

    Both statewide and locally, our COVID-19 positivity rate unfortunately increased significantly just before Thanksgiving.  Sadly, the pandemic is not over.  I would remind everyone to please take advan ...

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  • Woodbridge’s COVID-19 positivity rate is low enough that we are now allowing boards and commissions to me ...

    Woodbridge’s COVID-19 positivity rate is low enough that we are now allowing boards and commissions to meet in person if they so choose.  I know that some boards and commissions will continue to meet ...

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  • The Town of Woodbridge has received two proposals from developers interested in purchasing land at the fo ...

    The Town of Woodbridge has received two proposals from developers interested in purchasing land at the former Country Club of Woodbridge property.  One is on hold, per the developer, and the other, fr ...

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  • On Saturday, October 2, the Town’s ad hoc Diversity & Inclusion Committee is hosting “Woodbridge Like ...

    On Saturday, October 2, the Town’s ad hoc Diversity & Inclusion Committee is hosting “Woodbridge Like Me,” a celebration of the people, cultural and civic organizations that make Woodbridge what i ...

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  • Summer has certainly flown by.  Before long the weather will be cooler, the days will get shorter, and th ...

    Summer has certainly flown by.  Before long the weather will be cooler, the days will get shorter, and the leaves will turn. Despite the pandemic, we continue to move forward with two of my major goal ...

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  • July 1 begins our new fiscal year, and there will be several new elected members of the Board of Selectme ...

    July 1 begins our new fiscal year, and there will be several new elected members of the Board of Selectmen. Additionally, this brings many new volunteers who have offered to serve on our many boards a ...

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  • Eligible citizens in Woodbridge (either registered voters or those owning personal property or vehicles v ...

    Eligible citizens in Woodbridge (either registered voters or those owning personal property or vehicles valued over $1000 listed on the Grand List) will have an opportunity to attend the recessed in-p ...

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  • The month of May often feels like civic participation month in Woodbridge.  Every two years we hold munic ...

    The month of May often feels like civic participation month in Woodbridge.  Every two years we hold municipal elections in May and this year our elections will be held on Monday, May 3.  The Amity Reg ...

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  • As we head into Spring, and hopefully warmer weather, Town Hall remains busy with many issues and initiat ...

    As we head into Spring, and hopefully warmer weather, Town Hall remains busy with many issues and initiatives.  Most importantly, as we navigate through our COVID 19 response, we continue to work towa ...

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  • This month marks the one-year anniversary since COVID-19 changed our world and our Town.  These are diffi ...

    This month marks the one-year anniversary since COVID-19 changed our world and our Town.  These are difficult and lonely times, but they are also hopeful.  Woodbridge is among the municipalities with ...

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  • February 2021 will be interesting and challenging for all of us, as we celebrate Valentine’s Day differen ...

    February 2021 will be interesting and challenging for all of us, as we celebrate Valentine’s Day differently this year.  I wish everyone in Woodbridge a very Happy (and safe) Valentine’s Day!  There a ...

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  • Heller To Run Unopposed for Third Term

    First Selectman Beth Heller, a Democrat, will run unopposed in the upcoming municipal election in May.  T ...

    First Selectman Beth Heller, a Democrat, will run unopposed in the upcoming municipal election in May.  This will be for her third term. Yet she will be working with a totally new Board of Selectmen, ...

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