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MADISON, MANCHESTER, MANSFIELD, MARLBOROUGH, MERIDEN, MIDDLEBURY, MIDDLEFIELD, MIDDLETOWN, MILFORD, MONROE, MONTVILLE, MORRIS

MADISON. New Haven County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., May, 1826, taken from Guilford. Total area: 36.8 sq. miles; land area: 36.2 sq. miles. Population: est., 18,291. Voting districts: 2. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of Conn. Transit from New Haven, and by Dattco Bus Line. Freight: Served by Shoreline East and Amtrak. Post office: Madison.

TOWN OFFICERS. Town Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Nancy J. Martucci; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:00 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, Madison Town Campus, 8 Campus Dr., 06443-2563; Tel., (203) 245-5672; FAX, (203) 245-5675. Website: www.madisonct.org. Deputy Town Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, vacancy.--Asst. Town Clerks and Asst. Regs. of Vital Statistics, Mary C. Bacque, Samile Keeler.--Selectmen, 1st, Fillmore McPherson (R), Tel., (203) 245-5602, Al Goldberg (D), Robert Hale (R), Diane L. Stadterman (R), Joan M. Walker (D).--Bd. of Finance, Joseph MacDougald, Chm., Scott Gyllensten, Sharon Kokoruda, Sandy McKissick, Bennett Pudlin, Jennifer S. Tung.--Tax Collector, Alma D. Carroll.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, David Hardy, Jerry Koch, William Lewis, Peter Parisi, Shirley Taylor.--Assessor, Orietta Nucolo.--Registrars of Voters, William B. Gowanlock (D), Peter Metz (R).--Supt. of Schools, Thomas Scarice.--Bd. of Education, Jessica Bowler, Bill C. Clorite, Jean T. Fitzgerald, Alison Keating, Seth C. Klaskin, Christopher Puricelli, Robert C. Ruggiero, Bruce H. Wilson, Jr., Cynthia M. Wood.--Planning and Zoning Comm., Craig Bernard, Joseph K. Bunovsky, Jr., Ronald Clark, Francine Larson, Terrence W. Macy, Henry Maguire, Joel S. Miller, Timothy Millhiser, Christopher Traugh; Alternates, Amanda Kaplan, Joshua Lecar, James K. Matteson.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Ronald Cozean, Chm., Sally Geisler, Thomas Kelty, Ned Moore, Jeanne W. Stevens; Alternates, Kenneth Kaminsky, Scott J. Scherban, vacancy.--Town Planner, David Anderson.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, John DeLaura.--Economic Development Comm., Ryan A. Duques, Chm., James Ball, Anne Foley, Edward Pellegrino, Eric Perrelli, Michael Skonieczny, Chris Weiler.--Inland Wetlands Agency, Barbara Yeager, Chm., Glenn W. Falk, John Mathieu, David C. Newton, C. Thomas Paul, Lee Schumacher, Robert Zdon; Alternate, Martin Brogie, two vacancies.--Flood and Erosion Control Bd., William Gashlin, William Leonard, Paul A. Staley, Christopher D. Stemen, vacancy.--Municipal Historian, vacancy.--Dir. of Human Svs., David Melillo.--Agent for the Elderly, Heather Castrilli.--Social Svs., Wendy Larson.--Dir. of Health, John Bowers.--Beach and Recreation Comm., Thomas Banisch, Chm., Katherine Lawton, Paul Maxwell, Jeff Rosenberg, Scott Zimmerman.--Dir. of Public Works/Town Engineer, Michael Ott.--Building Inspector, Vincent Garofalo III.--Building Code Appeals Bd., Benson Werthan, Chm., Mitch Cohan, Tom MacDonald, two vacancies.--Water Pollution Control Auth., Thomas Hansen, Chm., Thomas Dolan, James Monahan, Peter R. Pastore, Abigail White.--Shellfish Comm., Stephen Nikituk, Chm., Robert Cika, David Newton, Edward Raff, Jr., Perry Rianhard; Alternates, Kristine Capstick, Robert Tafuri, MD, Joseph Walker.--Sanitarian, John Bowers.--Tree Warden, Robert Kuchta.--Police Chief, Jack Drumm.--Police Comm., Eric Thornburg, Chm., Thomas Cartledge, Edward Dowling, Garry Gyenizs, Marietta S. Lee.--Chiefs of Fire Dept., Madison: Robert Kyttle, North Madison: Donald MacMillan.--Fire Marshal, Samuel DeBurra.--Emergency Mgmt. Dir., John Bowers.--Town Atty., Berchem, Moses and Devlin.--Justices of the Peace, Ronald Clark, Mitchell H. Cohan, Marc Darren, Geraldine W. Dearington, Brian Fellows, Al Goldberg, Edward R. Guenther, Thomas Kelty, Noreen Kokoruda, Peter K. Manko, Jennifer McLain, Virginia Raff, Jeffrey Rosenberg, Cara Sheehan, Eileen C. Waldman.

MANCHESTER. Hartford County.--(Form of government, general manager, board of directors.)--Inc., May, 1823; taken from East Hartford. Total area: 27.7 sq. miles; land area: 27.3 sq. miles. Population: est., 58,289. Voting districts: 8. Principal industries: engineered fibers, steel metal fabrication, plastics, machine tool companies, printing, warehouse/distribution facilities, electronic equipment, aircraft and missile components. Manchester is also home to one of the largest regional retail concentrations in New England. The Buckland Hills area includes over 3 million square feet of retail and service anchored by the Pavillions at Buckland Hills mall, over 300 hotel rooms, restaurants, movie theaters. The town also boasts the Cheney Brothers National Register Historic District which includes historic mills and housing, and the downtown Main Street National Historic Register district. Manchester is located halfway between New York and Boston on Interstates 84, 291, and 384. Routes 44 and 6 are located in Manchester. Transp.--Served by buses of Connecticut Transit, Conrail Freight and various common carriers. Post Office: Manchester, Station A.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Joseph V. Camposeo; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-5:00 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, Town Hall, 41 Center St., P.O. Box 191, 06045-0191; Tel., (860)647-3037; FAX, (860) 647-3029. Website: www.townofmanchester.org.--Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs. of Vital Statistics, Donna L. Ford, Joan H. Ward.--Asst. Regs. of Vital Statistics, Elisabeth D. Irish, Gail G. Peck.--General Manager, Scott Shanley.--Dir. of Admin. Svs., Dede Moore.--Bd. of Dirs., Leo V. Diana, Mayor, Jay Moran, Deputy Mayor, Rudy Kissman, Secy., Timothy M. Devanney, Steve Gates, Susan M. Holmes, Lisa P. O'Neill, Cheri A. Pelletier, Mark D. Tweedie.--Selectmen, John Backer, Steve Cassano, Kevin Zingler.--Judge of Probate (Manchester Probate District), Hon. Michael Darby.-- Dir. of Finance, Greg Simmons.--Ethics Comm., Keith Carson, Chm., Jack Peak, Vice Chm., Yolanda Castillo, James McCavanaugh, Jonathan Mercier, Aaron Wlochowski; Alternates, Owen Carroll, Kevin Hood, Michael Cappucci.--Dir. of Assessment and Collection, John Rainaldi.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, David Dumaine, Chm., Stephanie Knybel, William Overton; Alternates, Timothy Bergin, Egils Vignants, David Wichman.--Registrars of Voters, Francis A. Maffe, Jr. (D), Timothy H. Becker (R).-- Interim Supt. of Schools, Dr. Richard Kisiel.--Bd. of Education, Chris Pattacini, Chm., Michael W. Crockett, Maria Cruz, Deborah Hagenow, Neal Leon, Mary Jane Pazda, Jason Scappaticci, Carl Stafford, Darryl Thames, Sr.--Bennet Housing Corp., Thomas A. Robinson, Chm., David Golas, Janice Johnson, Jonathan Mercier, Paul Rubin.--Cable Television Advisory Comm., Eric Prause, Chm., Gail Dunrowicz, Donald Modean, Mathew Montgomery, Timothy O'Neil, Dr. Robert Pease.--Cheney Hall Foundation, Inc., Michael Pohl, Pres., David Newirth, Vice Pres., Sarah Burke, Secy., Gregory Simmons, Treas., Kim Ashton, John Deeb, Lynne Ferrigno, Robert Huestis, William Johnson II, Stephen Penny, Andrew Vincens.--Greater Hartford Transit Dist., James McCavanaugh, Paul McNamara.--Hartford Reg. Tourism Dist., Bruce Hamstra.--Golf Course Lease Oversight Comm., Thomas Crockett, Chm., Carl Stafford, Secy., William Gochee, Gregory Simmons, Scott Sprague.--Permanent Memorial Day Comm., Eileen Christensen, Chm., Jean Elizabeth Kelsey, Secy., Cherie Guimond, Karen Moore.--Veterans' Grave Custodians, Joseph Hachey, William Miller, David Morsey.--Youth Comm., Jasmine Newman, Chm., Robert Adams-Michaud, Claudia Adomah, Thomas Barrett, Markus Borjestedt, Josh Carter, Isabella Colletti, Kathryn Connolly, Joncarlo Cortese, Eden Gateretse, Paul Guardino, Sara Karr, Kaitlin Maloney, Patrick Mockler, Ashley Munoz, Christopher Philopena, Valerie Popolizia, Carolyn Rowan, Joe Ruggiero, vacancy; Advisors, Erica Bromley, Heather Wlochowski.--Planning and Zoning Comm., Eric Prause, Chm., Andy Kidd, Secy., Horace Brown, Michael Stebe, Chirag Thaker; Alternates, Donald Palmer, Susan Shanbaum, Julian Stoppelman.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, James Stevenson, Chm., Albert J. Gionet, Secy., Kevin Dougan, Robert Haley, Sr., Edward Slegeski; Alternates, Armando Darna, Sandra Stough, John Topping.--Dir. of Neighborhood Svs. and Economic Development, Mark Pellegrini.--Dir., Office of Neighborhoods and Families, Chris Silver.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, James Davis.--Property Maintenance Code Bd. of Appeals, Gary H. Benson, Chm., Edward Peterson, Vice Chm., Neil Alibrio, Robert Barker, S. Lee Bogli, Chuck Barrera, Steven Edwards.--Economic Development Comm., John B. Sayre, Jr., Chm., Thomas Deffenbaugh, Joy Dorin, Margaret J. Jacobson, G. Jeffrey Keith, Sean Lindsay; April DiFalco, Manchester Chamber of Commerce.--Redevelopment Agency, Timothy Devanney, Chm., Aaron Ansaldi, Teri Bogli, Michael Darby, Michael G. Farina, Stephanie Knybel, Jim Perras, Robert Schneider, Louis A. Spadaccini, Gary Sweet, Marlene Walsh, Barbara Weinberg, Aaron Wlochowski.--Housing Auth., Josh Howroyd, Chm., Flora Jimenez, Tenant Commissioner, Paul Rubin, Robert Shanbaum, Carol Shanley.--Cheney Brothers National Historic Dist. Comm., Vivian Ferguson, Chm., Susan Barlow, Lynn Ferrigno, Leslie Frey, Bruce Hamstra, Bettye Kramer, Dr. H. John Malone, Rita McParland, Alex Pazda, James Quaglia, Robert M. Shanbaum, Michael Stebe, John Wilks.--Dir. of Neighborhood Svs./Econ. Dev., Mark Pellegrini.--Conservation Comm., Thomas Leone, Chm., Patrick Clancy, Marc Connors, David Fiereck, Stephen Naczkowski, Bonnie Potocki, Helen Robbins, Doug Smith, vacancy.--Budget and Research Officer, Brian Wolverton.--Citizen Svs. Center Mgr., Doreen Petrozza.--Senior Center Dir., Eileen Faust.--Youth Svs. Dir. and Town Liaison, Erica Bromley.--Municipal Agent for the Elderly, Eileen Faust, Dir., Senior Center.--Comm. for Elderly Services and People with Disabilities, Peter Mason, Chm., Natalie Chirico, Michael Darby, Zachary Davis, Nichole Easley, Amy Gates, Ken Hagenow, Richard Lawrence, Joe Young.--Pension Bd., Robert Huestis (Retiree Rep.), Chm., Joseph V. Camposeo, Bette Copeland (Union Rep.), Janice Johnson, Craig Lappen, Jeffrey Myshrall, Dede Moore, Town Admin. Rep.--Comm. on Human Relations, Stephen Shanbaum, Vice Chm., Jonathan Colon, Cheryl Craddock, Michael Dyer, Adam Easley, Robert Haley, Melissa Mayer, Maureen O'Reilly, April Shines, Thomas Stough, David Wichman.--Dir. of Human Svs., Mary Roche Cronin.--Municipal Agent for Children, Mary Roche Cronin.--Dir. of Health, Maryann C. Lexius.--Advisory Bd. of Health, Karen Gionet, Chm., Dr. H. John Malone, Dr. Jamshid Marvasti, Mary Moynihan, Diane Strano.--Housing and Fair Rent Comm., Julian Stoppleman, Chm., Nonprofit Agency Member, Neil Alibrio, Annette Carr, Nonprofit Agency Member, Morgan J. Cummings, Zachary Davis, Stephanie Knybel, Sandra Stough, Marlene Walsh.--Town Historian, Vivian Ferguson.--Chief Information Officer, Jack McCoy.--Arts Comm., Robert Eckert, Chm., Thomas Deffenbaugh, Jo-Ann Dorn, Pasqua Guzzi, Joyce Hodgson, Christiane O'Brien, Michele O'Neil, Rose Marie Papa, Carleigh Schultz, Christine M. Sullivan, Elizabeth Tracy; Youth Comm. Reps., Samantha Bell, Sam Iacobellis.--Library Advisory Bd., Donnamarie Nakos, Chm., Miriam Byroade, Grace Cedrone, Gail Dunnrowicz, Karl Hasel, Brandon Kienle, Sally Nyhan, Michelle O'Neil, Frank Salerno.--Library Dir., Douglas McDonough.--Advisory Recreation and Parks Comm., Thomas Tierney, Chm., Owen Carroll, Dennis Cumberbatch, Amy Gates, William Gochee, Robert Kilpatrick, William Wooldridge.--Dir. of Parks and Recreation, D. Scott Sprague.--Dir. of Public Works/Town Engineer, Mark Carlino.--Dir. of General Svs., Gerald Dupont.--Field Svs. Supt., Kenneth Longo.--Building Comm., Brian Murphy, Chm., John Abbott, Robert Barker, Charles Crocini, Peter LaBelle, Edward Peterson, Steven Shanbaum.--Chief Building Official, Greg Smith.--Water and Sewer Admin., Ed Soper.--Chief of Police, Marc Montminy.--Constables, Charles F. Barrera, Jr., Gary H. Benson, Albert Gionet, Salvatore Mancini, John Orfitelli, Warren J. Packer, Ed Slegeski.--Manchester Fire Chief-Rescue-EMS/Dir. of Emergency Mgmt., Robert Bycholski; Asst. Fire Chief, David Billings; Deputy Dir. Emergency Mgmt., Donald Janelle.--Chief of Fire Dept. (Eighth Dist.), Ronald Russo.--Fire Marshal, Town: Larry Talbot.--Eighth Utilities Bd. of Dirs., Mary C. O'Marra, Pres., Deberah Bowen, Karen Gionet, Leonard Luzusky, Gerard A. Napoli, Thomas Topping, Joseph A. Tyler.--Eighth Utilities Treas., Regina Cavagnaro.--Eighth Utilities Dist. Tax Collector, Ruth Thornock.--Eighth Utilities Dist. Clerk, Mary Beth Litrico.--Eighth Utilities Dist. Counsel, John D. Labelle, Jr.--Town Attys., Ryan Barry, Esq., John Sullivan, Esq., Timothy O'Neil, Esq., Admin. Staff Atty.--Justices of the Peace, Donald L. Berry, Marjorie Ann Berry, Margaret R. Churchill, Janice F. Dabate, Theresa Antoinette Fanning, Vivian R. Ferguson, Kathleen S. Hartigan, Kevin P. Hood, Wallace J. Irish, Jr., Mary-Jane Pazda, Michael E. Pohl, Joseph Reardon, Susan Hill Shanbaum, Thomas M. Topping, Lucille B. Vincek.

MANSFIELD. Tolland County.--(Form of government, town manager, town council, town meeting.)--Inc., Oct., 1702; taken from Windham. Total area: 45.5 sq. miles; land area: 44.5 sq. miles. Population: est., 25,648. Voting districts: 4. Principal industries: higher education, service/commerce, agriculture. Location of University of Connecticut Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of Bonanza Bus Lines, Inc. from Hartford and Providence, RI; The Arrow Lines, Inc. from Hartford; WRTD Storrs-Willimantic. Freight: Served by Central Vermont Railroad. Post offices: Mansfield Center, Mansfield Depot, and Storrs-Mansfield; rural free delivery from Mansfield Center and Storrs-Mansfield. Voted Limited Liquor Permit, 1969.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mary Stanton; Hours, 8:15 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Mon.-Wed.; 8:15 A.M.-6:30 P.M., Thurs.; 8:00 A.M.-Noon, Fri.; Address, 4 So. Eagleville Rd., 06268; Tel., Storrs, (860) 429-3302; FAX, (860) 429-7785. Website: www.mansfieldct.gov. E-mail: stantonml@mansfieldct.org.--Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs. of Vital Statistics, Christine Hawthorne, Sharon Tyler.--Town Manager, Matthew W. Hart; E-mail: townmngr@mansfieldct.org.--Town Council, Elizabeth C. Paterson, Mayor; Paul Shapiro, Deputy Mayor; Stephen Kegler, Peter Kochenburger, Alex Marcellino, Toni Moran, William Ryan, Virginia Raymon, Betty Wassmundt.--Treas., Amy Meriwether.--Dir. of Finance, Cherie Trahan.--Collector of Revenue, Christine Gamache.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Carol M. Thomas, Chm., Anne E. Greineder, Eric Holinko.--Assessor, Irene Luciano.--Registrars of Voters, Andrea Epling (D), Beverly M. Miela (R).--Supt. of Schools, Frederick Baruzzi.--Bd. of Education, Mark LaPlaca, Chm., Susannah Everett, John Fratiello, Jr., Martha N. Kelly, Sarah Lacombe, Katherine S.B. Paulhus, Jay Rueckl, Carrie Silver-Berstein, Randall Walikonis.--Planning and Zoning Comm./Inland Wetlands Agency, JoAnn Goodwin, Chm., Binu Chandy, Roswell G. Hall III, Katherine K. Holt, Gregory Lewis, Peter G. Plante, Barry Pociask, Ken Rawn, Bonnie F. Ryan; Alternates, Paul Aho, Vera Stearns, Sue Westa.--Town Planner, Linda Painter.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Curt Hirsch.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Sarah Accorsi, Chm., Beverly Gotch, Shirley R. Katz, Robert Stearns, Alicia Welch; Alternates, Richard Brosseau, Ben Shaiken, Tom Ward.--Housing Auth., Richard P. Long, Chm., Dexter M. Eddy, Gretchen Hall, William S. Simonsen, Kathleen Ward.--Conservation Comm., Quentin Kessel, Chm., Robert Dahn, Peter Drzewiecki, Neil Facchinetti, Scott Lehmann, John Silander, Michael Soares; Alternates, Aline Booth, Joan Buck.--Open Space Preservation Comm., James R. Morrow, Chm., Kenneth Feathers, Quentin Kessel, Michael Soares, Vicky Wetherell; Alternates, Roberta Coughlin, Susan Westa.--Agriculture Comm., Wesley Bell, Alan Cyr, Charles E. Galgowski, Bryan Kielbania, Kathleen Paterson, Shepherd Stearns, Vicky Wetherell; Alternate, Ed Hall.--Historic Dist. Comm., Gail Bruhn, Chm., Anita D. Bacon, Jason McGarry, David Spencer; Alternates, Lesley D. Minearo, John P. Nardi, Gregory Robert Samuels.--Comm. on Aging, April Holinko, Chm., Wilfred Bigl, Sam Gordon, Bettejane Karnes, Stephen Kegler, Beverly Korba, Laurie G. McMorrow, Don Nolan, Joan Terry.--Municipal Historian, Roberta K. Smith.--Social Svs. Dir./Agent for Elderly, Pat Schneider.--Library Bd., Sheila Q. Clark, Chm., Eva Bar-Shalom, Edmond Chibeau, Jim Greene, Barbara Katz, Noah Lerman, Thomas Long, Lynn Maziar, Dale Truman; Leslie McDonough, Dir.--Parks Advisory Comm., Sue C. Harrington, Chm., Julianna M. Barrett, Tom Harrington, Alfred Montaya, William Thorne, Dan Vitullo.--Recreation Advisory Comm., Sheldon L. Dyer, Chm., Darren Cook, Terry Cook, Donald J. Field, Michael Gerald, Frank Musiek, Howard Raphaelson, Anne L. Rash.--Dir. of Parks and Recreation, Curt A. Vincente.--Animal Control Officer, Noranne Nielsen.--Dir. of Public Works, vacancy.--Supt. of Highways, Mark Kiefer.--Building Official, Michael Ninteau.--Dir. of Health, Robert L. Miller.--Solid Waste Advisory Comm., Jane Knox, Chm., Andrea Ames, Robert Coughlin, Sarah Milius, Dennis Roberts.--Chief of Police, Matthew W. Hart.--Chiefs of Fire Dept., Dave Dagon.--Emergency Mgmt. Dir., Fran Raiola.--Town Atty., Dennis O'Brien.--Justices of the Peace, Brian R. Ahern, Larry Alan, Stephen M. Bacon, Peggy Beckett-Rinker, J. Wesley Bell, Kelly A. Chicoine, Andrea Epling, Sharry L. Goldman, Edward C. Hall, Roswell G. Hall, April A. Holinko, Carol W. Lewis, Allan R. Maines, James R. Mark, Richard J. Meehan, Joanne V. Nolan, Joseph D. Pandolfo, Doryann Plante, Peter G. Plante, Holly E. Rawson, Chandler H. Rose, Judith Ann Stein.

MARLBOROUGH. Hartford County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., Oct., 1803; taken from Colchester, Glastonbury and Hebron. Total area: 23.4 sq. miles; land area: 23.3 sq. miles. Population: est., 6,433. Voting district: 1. Residential community. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of Eastern Bus Lines, Inc. from Hartford and New London; Barstow Transp. Co. and by Greyhound. Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Marlborough.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Nancy W. Dickson; Hours, 8:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Mon., Wed., Thurs.; 8:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M., Tues.; 8:00 A.M.-Noon, Fri.; Assessor's Office closed Fri.; Address, 26 No. Main St., P.O. Box 29, 06447-0029; Tel., (860) 295-6206. Website: www.marlboroughct.net. E-mail: townclerk@marlboroughct.net.--Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Lauren A. Griffin.--Selectmen, 1st, Catherine D. Gaudinski (R), Tel., (860) 295-6204, Richard A. Shea (R), Denis Soucy, III (D).--Treas., Michael J. O'Neil.--Bd. of Finance, Evelyn L. Godbout, Chm., Clifford M. Denniss, Ken Hjulstrom, Douglas Knowlton, Susan M. Leser, Beth Petroni; Alternates, Lauren C. Cragg, Midge Denno, Scott Fleeher.--Tax Collector, Barbara C. Murray.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Riva Clark, Charles Hickey, David W. Morganson.--Assessor, Marie P. Hall.--Registrars of Voters, Ann M. Kilby (D), Rosanna M. Carlson (R).--Supt. of Schools, David Sklarz.--Bd. of Education, Theresa Brysgel, Bob Clarke, Louise L. Concodello, Judithe Hanover Kaplan, Ruth E. Kelly, Mimi Lapoint, Betty J. O'Brien, Carole C. Shea, Wesley Skorski.--Planning Comm., James L. Fox, John E. Larensen, Wendy K. Nichols, Brendon Monstream, vacancy; Alternates, Sandra Sudduth, Mark A. Stankiewicz, vacancy.--Zoning Comm., Kevin P. Asklar, Richard Banbury, Susan R. McFarland, Mark Merritt, Sandy Sudduth; Alternates, Eric M. Colantonio, David W. Fisher, vacancy.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, John H. Grasso, Robert L. Jackson, Eric J. Kelly, Chris Lawson, Alan W. Miller; Alternates, Joseph Weber, two vacancies.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Peter F. Hughes.--Economic Development Comm., Jane Rovero Boston, Michael Chotkowski, Peter Klein, Jr., Kate LaMantia, vacancy; Alternates, Joseph Asklar, Walter Carroll, Christopher Hebberd.--Conservation and Inland Wetlands Comm., Yvonne Bolton, Donald Hautman, Gordon Isleib, Susan Jacobson, vacancy; Alternates, David Blish, Emanuel Hatzikostas, Elliot Ortiz.--Municipal Historian, vacancy.--Welfare Dir./Agent for the Elderly, Violet J. Schwarzmann.--Dir. of Health, Thad King, Chatham Health District.--Parks and Recreation Comm., Barbara Lazzari, Chm., Louise Concodello, Dorothy Foley, Margaret E. Hannon, David F. LeJune, Kendra Monstream.--Public Works Supv., Chris Corsa.--Sanitarians, Jeff Catlett, James Karrenberg.--Building Inspector, J. Claude Jean.--Planning Coordinator, Peter F. Hughes.--Tree Warden, Chris Corsa.--Resident State Troopers, Jeff Dunshee, Ben Dodge.--Constables, Jay D. Kehoe, Julius Ransom.--Chief of Fire Dept., William Lord.--Fire Marshal, Joseph Asklar.--Bd. of Fire Comrs., Michael E. Schadtle, A. Douglas Thibodeau, Ray Weber.--Civil Preparedness Dir., Sandra Sudduth.--Town Attys., Rome McGuigan, P.C.--Justices of the Peace, Edward F. Bader, Alan A. Chaniewski, Richard F. Denno, George W. Earley, David Foster, John H. Grasso, Linda E. Herrmann, William Heslin, Ken Hjulstrom, David W. Morganson, Elizabeth Petroni, Mary G.B. Rankl, Barbara W. Shepherd, Rosa M. Taylor, Russ West.

MERIDEN. New Haven County.--(Form of government, city manager, city council.)--Town inc., May, 1806; taken from Wallingford. City inc., May, 1867. Town and city consolidated, Jan. 1, 1922. Total area: 24.1 sq. miles; land area: 23.8 sq. miles. Population: est., 60,638. Voting districts: 17. Known as the Silver City of the World, it is now the home of Protein Sciences, Thompson Brands, RFS Cablewave, AMF Cuno, Packard BioScience, Response Insurance. Manufactured products are aircraft products, electronics, biotech filters, nuclear instrumentation, electrical signalling and communications equipment, tools, dies, molds and patterns, phosphorous brass and bronze in sheets, pewter products, automated buffing and deburring machines, plastics, engine gaskets, corrugated boxes and submersible pumps. Transp.--Passenger: Served by Amtrak and buses of Connecticut Transit, from Hartford to New Haven; and by Greyhound. Freight: Served by Connecticut Southern Railroad Company. Post office: Meriden.

CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. City Clerk, Town Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Irene G. Massť; Hours, 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, City Hall, 142 East Main St., Rm. 124, 06450-5667; Tel., (203) 630-4030; FAX, (203) 630-4059. Website: www.cityofmeriden.org. E-mail: imasse@meridenct.gov.--Asst. City and Town Clerks, Brenda Lee Crosby, Deborah M. Rutkauskas.--City Manager, Lawrence J. Kendzior.--City Council, Manuel "Manny" Santos, Mayor; Bob Williams, Jr., Deputy Mayor; Matthew C. Dominello, Sr., Majority Leader; Catherine R. Battista, Deputy Majority Leader; Brian P. Daniels, Deputy Majority Leader; Daniel Brunet, Minority Leader; Walter A. Shamock, Deputy Minority Leader; Miguel Castro, Larue A. Graham, Steven J. Iovanna, David D. Lowell, Lenny Rich, Kevin M. Scarpati.--Dir. of Finance, Michael Lupkas.--Tax Collector, Michelle Kane.--Bd. of Tax Relief, John J. Maier, Jr., Chm., Charito Coviano, Edward Eilertson, William Kroll, Joseph Neumon.--Assessor, Deborah Zunda.--Bd. of Ethics, Joseph Galotti, Chm., Linda K. Braddock, Dan Daly, Kenneth Post, Donald H. Smith, Jr.; Alternate, Liz Whitney.--Registrars of Voters, Maureen E. Flynn (D), Lillian T. Soboleski (R).--Supt. of Schools, Mark D. Benigni.--Bd. of Education, Mark A. Hughes, Chm., Michael Cardona, Vice Chm., Robert E. Kosienski, Jr., Secy., John D. Lineen, Jr., Treas., Pamela S. Bahre, Kim A. Carbone-Pandiani, Scott R. Hozebin, Steven J. O'Donnell, Irene E. Parisi.--Municipal Pension Bd., Martin Lilienthal, Chm., Caroline Beitman, Brian Daniels, John DiRoma, Michael Lupkas, Kevin McCarthy, Brian Murdy, Trevor Thorpe, Gedulio Vega.--Planning Comm., Enrico Buccilli, Chm., James Belote, William Lake, Laura Uhrig, David White; Alternates, Chris DeAngeli, Elliot Gonzalez, Rosario Gulino.--City Planner, Dominick Caruso; Asst., Tom Skoglund.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Victor Mathis, Chm., Mark Dupuis, Vice Chm., Joseph Ferigno Feest; Alternates, Eileen Bongiovanni, Bruce Burchsted, James Flynn, Art Peitler, Kelvin Pinckney.--Housing Auth., Hector Gonzalez, Chm., Michael Buccilli, Scott Griffith, Cornelius J. Ivers, James White; Richard V. Cappelletti, Exec. Dir.--Design Review Bd., Robert Andrade, Chm., Pamela Craig-White, Vice Chm., Paul Mik, Sr., Richard Reale, Steve L. Robichaud.--Aviation Comm., Donnie Cariate, Edward Eilertsen, Jeffrey Hamelin, Robert Hettrick, David I. Pepe.--Inland Wetland and Watercourse Comm., Robert Burns,  Frank B. Lewandowski, Anna Neumon, Lee Pandiani, Robert Parisi, Daniel Reardon, Laura Uhrig.--Land Conservation Comm., Mary Ellen Mordarski, Chm., Seth Eddy, William Godburn, Carol Hartt, Walter Hylwa, Dwight Needels, Anna Newman, Carmen Trotta, Councilor Bob Williams; Alternates, Wally Feliciano, Elizabeth Kielbasinski.--Human Rights Advisory Bd., Hector Cardona, Sr., Venessa Hutchins, Rhudean Raye, Ronald Scott, Elizabeth Whitney; Deborah Moore, Atty.--Dir. of Health, Lisa Pippa.--Environmental Health Admin., Scott Bryden.--Comm. for Persons with Disabilities, Richard Fuqua, Chm., Debra Belancik, Hasty Foreman, Marion Kelly, Brenda I. Shaw, Robin Trowbridge; Alternate, Linda Mesite.--Library Bd., Joan Edgerly, Chm., Virginia Alwang, Sue Burchsted, Nydia Dominguez, Janis M. Lloyd, Marianne P. Papandrea, Dave White, Liz Whitney, Fred Zierler.--Dir. of Parks and Recreation, Mark Zebora.--Dir. of Public Works, Robert J. Bass.--City Engineer, Howard J. Weissberg.--Building Official, William Lucier.--Purchasing Agent, Wilma Petro.--Building Code Bd. of Appeals, William Kroll, Chm., Rosario Gulino, Kevin Mackey, Loretta Parisi.--Public Utilities Comm., Raymond Gradwell, Jr., Chm., William Godburn, David Lowell, Brian Murdy, Nadar Saleh.--Parking Comm., Aida Carrero, Todd Harwood, Martin Horsky.--Dir. of Public Utilities, David Lohmann.--Chief of Police, Jeffry W. Cossett.--Constable, James Belote.--Chief of Fire Dept., Kenneth E. Morgan; Asst. Fire Chiefs, Robert Burdick, Mark Finnegan.--Fire Marshal, Steven Trella; Deputy Fire Marshal, John P. Yacovino.--Emergency Mgmt., David Bowen, Steve Legere.--Corporation Counsel, Atty. Michael Quinn.--Justices of the Peace, Fleurette Belote, Daniel R. Brunet, James Burt, August Calling, Hector M. Cardona, Sr., Cynthia J. Carrasquillo, John H. Dalton, Jane D. Earnest, Joan Smith Edgerly, Paul M. Esposito, Daniel S. Flynn III, Maureen E. Flynn, James R. Fusaro, Jeffrey G. Hamelin, Craig J. Hanson, Cornelius J. Ivers, Esq., Angelica Jandreau, Patricia A. Kirouac, Thomas W. Neill, Carolann Nettleton, Anna P. Neumon, Joann F. Noonan, Grace S. Peterson, Beulah Ward Preston, Frank W. Ridley, Zoraida Rosa, Charlene D. Rowe, Staci M. Roy, Hilda E. Santiago, Lisa A. Scalise, E. Jack Shorr, Arthur E. Skinner, Lillian Toni Soboleski, Scott G. Soboleski, Jennifer M. Speeg, Janet L. Taylor.

MIDDLEBURY. New Haven County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., Oct., 1807; taken from Waterbury, Woodbury and Southbury. Total area: 18.5 sq. miles, land area: 17.8 sq. miles. Population: est., 7,572. Voting districts: 2. Principal industries: corporate headquarters and manufacture of clocks, watches. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of North East Transp. Co., Inc. Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Middlebury.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Edith Salisbury; Hours, 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, Town Hall, 1212 Whittemore Rd., 06762-2425; Tel., Waterbury, (203) 758-2557; FAX, (203) 758-2915. Website: www.middlebury-ct.org. E-mail: townclerk@middlebury-ct.org.--Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Brigitte M. Bessette.--Selectmen, 1st, Edward B. St. John (R), Tel., (203) 758-2439, Ralph J. Barra (D), Elaine M. R. Strobel (R).--Treas., John N. Calabrese, Jr.--Bd. of Finance, David Anthony Cappelletti, Vincent F. Cipriano, Jr., Michael K. Kenausis, Michael J. McCormack, Stephen Ruccio, William J. Stowell; Alternates, Kenneth W. Heidkamp, Peter Joseph Trinchero, vacancy.--Chief Financial Officer, Lawrence S. Hutvagner.--Tax Collector, Jean C. Dawes.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Stephen R. Ferrucci III, Chm., Brendan Browne, Robert J. Flanagan, Jr.--Assessor, Chris Kelsey.--Registrars of Voters, Thomas McCormack (D), Nancy S. Robison (R).--Supt. of Schools, Regina L. Botsford.--Bd. of Education, Paul T. Babarik, Francis G. Brennan, John R. Cookson, Richard Spierto.--Planning and Zoning Comm., Terry Smith, Chm., Erika Carrington, Matthew R. Robison, William J. Stowell, vacancy; Alternates, Paul T. Babarik, Ronald L. Kulpa, vacancy.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, David G. Alley, Chm., William R. Bellotti, Raymond A. Caruso, Kenneth Long, Brian E. Proulx; Alternates, Bernard L. Evans, Linda D. Herrmann, Daniel J. Mahaney.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Curtis S. Bosco.--Economic and Industrial Dev. Comm., Gerry D. Matthews, Co-Chm., Michael K. Kenausis, Co-Chm., Ted J. Mannello, Joseph A. Mengacci, Frank Joseph Mirovsky, Jr., Armando Paul Paolino, Mark M. Petrucci.--Conservation Comm., Thomas E. Proulx, Chm., Mary Green Barton, James G. Crocicchia, Vincent B. LoRusso, Terence J. Manning, George C. Tzepos, vacancy.--Conservation Enforcement Officer, Deborah Seavey.--Land Preservation Open Space Acquisition Comm., Paul J. Shea, Chm., Mathew Americo Calabro, John R. Cookson, James G. Crocicchia, Patrick T. Dwyer, Kris E. Jacobi, Robert J. Jokubaitis, Kenneth Long, Joseph J. Salvini, Jr., Richard Spierto.--Water Comm., Rito C. Albini, Chm., Paul P. Dente, Thomas L. Ford, Raymond M. Petrucci, Howard K. Sturges, Jr.--Comm. on Aging, Judith Mirrer, Chm., Barbara D. DeRiu, Nancy G. Mastroianni, Noa Silberberg Miller, Geraldine P. Perrella, Nancy E. Pun, Ann V. Spierto, vacancy.--Municipal Agent, Jo-Ann Cappelletti.--Library Bd. of Trustees, Joan M. King, Chm., Marilyn S. Engelman, Michele Paquet Finn, James L. Greenwood, Rita H. Smith, William J. Stowell.--Library Dir., Joann C. LoRusso.--Municipal Historian, Robert L. Rafford.--Dir. of Parks and Recreation, Betty A. Proulx.--Parks and Recreation Comm., Ronald G. Clark, Sr., Chm., Raymond J. Kasidas, Kelly M. Perrotti, Joan M. Reed, John F. Worgan.--Building Official, Oliver R. LeDuc, Sr.--Pomperaug Valley Water Auth., Rito C. Albini, Francis L. Barton, Jr., William R. Flanagan.--Water Pollution Control Auth., Robert W. Smith, Chm., Daniel J. Civitello, Ted J. Mannello, Noa Silberberg Miller, Paul J. Phillips.--Acting Chief of Police, Richard A. Wildman.--Police Comm., Francis J. Cipriano, Chm., Francis L. Barton, Jr., Paul J. Bowler, Kenneth Heidkamp, George Moreira.--Constables, Patrick J. Bona, Francis J. Cipriano.--Chief of Fire Dept./Civil Preparedness Dir., Paul J. Perrotti.--Fire Marshal, John J. Proulx, Jr.--Town Counsel, The Middlebury Law Firm.--Justices of the Peace, Raymond A. Albini, Rito C. Albini, Richard M. Arroyo, Edward G. Asselin, Paul T. Babarik, Gregory Barnes, Ralph J. Barra, Francis L. Barton, Jr., Brigitte M. Bessette, Patrick J. Bona, Sharon Swan Bosco, Charles Roy Bosman, Yolande D. Bosman, Paul J. Bowler, Marcia K. Braun, John N. Calabrese, Jr., Brenda M. Carter, Richarda R. Chovau, Francis J. Cipriano, Barbara M. DeLong, Annamarie D. DeMattei, Barbara D. DeRiu, David B. Erwin, Bernard L. Evans, Patricia C. Fahey, Joseph R. Faryniarz, Bryan A. Ferrucci, Stephen R. Ferrucci III, Elizabeth V. Fumire, Kenneth W. Heidkamp, Linda D. Herrmann, Ronald C. Herrmann, Shelley S. Jerige, Gary S. Kean, Charles G. Kuehnle, Jr., Janice M. Kulpa, Ned A. Love, Terence J. Manning, Thomas McCormack, Michael J. McDonald, Michael J. McVerry, Joseph A. Mengacci, George H. Messier, Gerald P. Miller, Jenifer N.B. Miller, Noa Silberberg Miller, Traci D. Morgan, Marjorie M. Needham, Kenneth A. Paddyfote, Susan A. Peck, Anastasia V. Persico, James A. Petrauskas, Margaret E. Preston, Matthew R. Robison, Nancy S. Robison, Joseph J. Rock, John H. Salisbury, Robert P. Scholl, Robert W. Smith, Edward B. St. John, William J. Stowell, Elaine M. R. Strobel, Rosalyn Ann Teleposky, Kristin J. Tiso, George C. Tzepos, Nancy Dzija Vaughan, Virginia M. Whiteley.

MIDDLEFIELD. Middlesex County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., Jun., 1866; taken from Middletown. Total area: 13.3 sq. miles; land area: 12.7 sq. miles. Population: est., 4,416. Voting district: 1. Principal industries: agriculture and manufacture of cement products, novelties in plastics, thermometers, hardware specialties such as wire cutters, tools, dies, fixtures, machinery, and work holding devices. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of Dattco Inc. Freight: Served by Conrail from New Haven and Middletown and numerous motor common carriers. Post offices: Middlefield and Rockfall. Rural free delivery from Middlefield and Rockfall post offices.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Donna M. Golub; Hours, 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M., Mon.-Thurs.; 9:00 A.M.-Noon, Fri.; Address, Town Administration Bldg., 393 Jackson Hill Rd., P.O. Box 179, 06455-0179; Tel., (860) 349-7116; FAX, (860) 349-7115. Website: www.middlefieldct.org. E-mail: d_golub@middlefield-ct.com.--Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Leanne M. Henry.--Selectmen, 1st, Jon A. Brayshaw (R), Tel., (860) 349-7114, Edward P. Bailey (U), David Burgess (D).--Treas., Ellen Waff.--Bd. of Finance, Robert C. Yamartino, Chm., James Irish, David Lowry, Alice M. Malcolm, Joel O. Nick, Mary Wolak.--Tax Collector, Anne L. Olszewski; Hours, 9:00 A.M.-1:30 P.M., Mon.-Fri. except during the months of Jan. and Jul., same as Town Hall offices.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Nancy L. Currlin, Robert E. Liptak, Mark A. Myjak.--Assessor, Steven Hodgetts.--Registrars of Voters, Barbara Jean DiMauro (D), Jeffrey G. Drenzek (R).--Supt. of Schools, Dr. Kathryn Veronesi.--Planning and Zoning Comm., Robert K. Johnson, Chm., Kevin Boyle, James Malcolm, Gerald M. Russ, J. Scott Wheeler; Alternates, Brooke Carlson, Peter Tyc, Erin Wilson.--Town Planner, Geoffrey Colegrove.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Lars A. Selberg, Chm., Joseph Angello, Christopher M. Champagne, David Glueck, Patrick J. Olszewski; Alternates, three vacancies.--Building Inspector, Robert Myers.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Geoffrey Colegrove.--Housing Auth., Alma Elder, Chm., Barbara Jean DiMauro, Mark Gribko, Barbara Shiffert, Frederick Vincent.--Conservation Comm., David Chowaniec, Chm., Susan K. Heuberger, Sally Lyons, Michael Svitek, Nicholas Zito, two vacancies.--Inland Wetlands Comm., Darin Overton, Chm., Irene A. Angeiltta, Dr. James Brown, Douglas Charles, Robert Porturnicki, Daria Vander Veer; Alternates, Randolph Bernotas, Linda S. Li, vacancy.--Water Pollution Control Authority, Edward P. Bailey, Chm., Kathleen Kokszka, Robert J. Porturnicki, Jr., Richard F. Rynaski, Peter B. Sibley, Robert C. Veeley.--Economic Development, Charles D. Kreitler, Chm., Sebastian J. Aresco, Cheryl Ann Pizzo, Michael Waller, William V.W. Warner.--Agent for the Elderly, Joan Lombardo.--Dir. of Health, Matthew Huddleston, M.D.--Parks and Recreation Comm., Amy Porturnicki, Chm., Carrie L. Anderson, Cynthia DiLauro, Robert L. Levine, Barbara Neligon; Alternates, David Lowry, Brian McDermott.--Town Engineer, Nathan Jacobson Associates.--Sanitarian, Lee Vito.--Tree Wardens, Bruce Vilwock, John Wyskiel.--Resident State Trooper, Eric Kelly.--Chief of Police, Jon A. Brayshaw.--Constables, Scott Halligan, Michael Polansky.--Chief of Fire Dept., Peter Tyc.--Fire Marshal, Stanley C. Atwell, Jr.--Emergency Mgmt. Dir., William W. Roberts.--Emergency Planning Comm., Fire Marshal Stan Atwell, First Selectman Jon A. Brayshaw, Chris Cahill, Beth Johnson, Resident Trooper Eric Kelly, Fire Chief Peter Tyc, Sanitarian Lee Vito, Charles J. Zieminski.--Town Atty., Kenneth Antin.--Justices of the Peace, Jon A. Brayshaw, William E. Currlin, Barbara J. DiMauro, James E. Gibbons, Cathleen Hinsch, Lisa A. Irish, Gina L. Layman, William F. Mackey, Lee R. Matterazzo, Robert G. Monthei, Cheryl Ann Pizzo, Carol Schilling, Emalee B. Schilling, Bryan R. Scibilia, Georgene M. Smith, Ellen C. Waff, John W. Wyskiel.

MIDDLETOWN. Middlesex County.--(Form of government, mayor, common council.)--Town inc., Sept. 11, 1651, named, Nov. 1653; city inc., 1784, town and city consolidated, 1923. Total area: 42.3 sq. miles; land area: 40.9 sq. miles. Population: est., 47,325. Voting districts: 14. Principal industries: information technology, switches, paper boxes, internet publishing, office machinery, aerospace products, tools and dies, metal and wire goods, brass hardware, heat elements, plastics, sheet metal, chemicals, jet engines and insurance. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of Connecticut Transit to Hartford and the Middletown Transit (local); Greyhound from East Hampton, New Haven and Willimantic, and by Trailways. Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Middletown.

CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. City and Town Clerk, Linda Bettencourt; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, Municipal Bldg., 245 DeKoven Dr. and Court St., 06457-1300; Tel., (860) 638-4910; FAX, (860) 638-1910. Website: www.cityofmiddletown.com. E-mail: townclerk@MiddletownCt.gov.--Deputy Town Clerk, vacancy.--Asst. Town Clerks, Cheryl B. Melkonian, Tina Ranno.--Reg. of Vital Statistics, Joseph A. Havlicek.--Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Judy Kudrak, Camille Salamone.--Mayor, Daniel T. Drew (D); Chief of Staff, Joseph Samolis (D).--City Council, Robert P. Santangelo, Deputy Mayor, Mary A. Bartolotta, David Bauer, Carl Chisem, Gerald E. Daley, Sandra Russo Driska, Grady Faulkner, Sebastian N. Giuliano, Hope P. Kasper, Deborah A. Kleckowski, Thomas J. Serra, James B. Streeto.--Bd. of Ethics, Corrine Dorsey, John Shaw, Ted Stein, Guy Tommasi, Richard Wrubel; Alternates, Gregory Harris, Stanley Sadinsky.--Treas., Quentin Phipps.--Dir. of Finance, Carl Erlacher.--Finance and Government Operations, Thomas J. Serra, Chm., Mary A. Bartolotta, David Bauer, Deborah Kleckowski, Hope P. Kasper.--Tax Collector, Lee Matterazzo.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Salvatore Micciulla, Artistia Partiss, Jon Pulino.--Tax Assessor, Damon Braasch.--Insurance and Claims Comm., Grady Faulkner, Chm., Sebastian N. Giuliano, Hope P. Kasper.--Registrars of Voters, Sandra L. Faraci (D), Janice Gionfriddo (R).--Supt. of Schools, Dr. Patricia Charles.--Bd. of Education, Dr. Eugene Nocera, Chm., Franca Biales, Sheila C. Daniels, Ava Hart, Vincent Loffredo, Cheryl McClellan, Edward McKeon, Linda Szynkowicz, Mitchell Wynn.--Human Resources Dir., Kathy Morey.--Retirement Bd., Christine Bourne, Carl Erlacher, Mayor Daniel T. Drew, Sandra Russo Driska, Steven Gomes, Hope Kasper, James Reynolds, Richard Simone.--Planning and Zoning Comm., Daniel Russo, Chm., Jeremy Clark, Stephen Devoto, Richard Pelletier, Joyce Rossitter, Molly Salafia, Vincent Szynkowicz; Alternates, Robert Blanchard, Elizabeth Emery, Philip Pessina.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Anabelle Resnisky, Chm., Steven Kovach, Judy Pehota, Jonathan Pulino, Linda Reil, vacancy; Alternates, Joseph DeFrancesco, Evelyn Russo, Robert Stefurak.--Economic Development Comm., Gerald E. Daley, Chm., Mary A. Bartolotta, Sandra Russo Driska, Deborah Kleckowski, Robert P. Santangelo.--Parking Dir., Geen Thazhampallath.--Parking Advisory Comm., Jennifer Alexander, Sandra Russo Driska, Welles Guilmartin, Peter Harding, Marc Levine, Quentin Phipps, Robert P. Santangelo.--Housing Auth., Izzy Greenberg, Evan Noglow, W. Lee Osborne, Sebastian Santacroce, Senova Stone.--Housing Code Enforcement Officers, Chris Cyganik, Dennis Murray.--Conservation Comm., Jane Brawerman, Michael Ennis, Stephen Ladd, Joan Liska, Ellen Lukens, Diane McGrath, Kate Miller, Jonathan Morris, Eric Mosher, Sheila Stoane, Karen Swartz; Alternates, David O'Brien, Michael Singer, vacancy.--Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency, Joseph Carta, Chm., Hector Bartoli, Trevor Davis, Bruce Driska, Z.E.O, Michelle Ford, Phillip Nettis, David Pelletier, David Pritchard, Fred Terrasi, Paul Turenne, Robert Whitney; Alternates, Ronald Borrelli, Salvatore Miccciulla, John Pieper, Gabriel Russo, vacancy.--Citizens Advisory Comm., Linda Wallace, Chm., Ronnie Bantam, Patrice Barrett, Sandra Russo Driska, Kathy Duplesis, Gary Faraci, Grady Faulkner, Sean King, Patricia Murray, Evan Noglow, Susan Owens, Richard Pelletier, John Rumberger, Avery Watson, two vacancies.--Middletown Preservation and Design Review Bd., Jeffrey D. Bianco, Chm., Leslie Beaudry, Steven Kovach, Brian Kronenberger, Marilyn Mills, Bruce Plumley, Molly Salafia, Benjamin Shoemaker, Nancy Stamler.--Municipal Agent for Elderly, Laura Runte.--Human Relations Dept., Faith M. Jackson.--Human Relations Comm., David Boyce, Justin Carbonella, Henry Fernandez, Marcia McIntosh, Arthur Meyers, Debbie Ruimerman, Cynthia Sanders, Jeannette White.--Social Svs. Liaison, Christine Cyganik.--Comm. Concerning People with Disabilities, Philip Cacciola, Joseph Carta, Jr., August DeFrance, Marie Hurley, Martin Knight, Richard Pelletier, Keith Vinci; Staff, Faith Jackson; Alternates, Elderrean Paules, Stephen Shapiro, vacancy.--Dir. of Health, Joseph A. Havlicek, M.D.--Bd. of Health, Frances Ganguli, Chm., Patricia DeStefano, Raven Fenmore, Deborah Kleckowski, Stanislaus Opalacz, M.D., Aaron Roome, James B. Streeto.--Russell Library Trustees, Jennifer Hadley, Richard B. Kamins, Robert Kirkpatrick, Bruce Markot, Katherine R. McRae, A. Stephen Nelson, Thomas M. Russell IV, Cynthia Sanders, Deborah D. Shapiro, Carolyn D. Shaw, Geen Thazhampallath, Sowgol Zakarian; Arthur S. Meyers, Dir.; Vincent J. Juliano, Asst. Dir.--Municipal Historian, Deborah D. Shapiro.--Middletown Comm. on the Arts, Frances Ganguli, Chm., Barbara Arafeh, Franca Biales, Cassandra Day, Sebastian N. Giuliano, Lee Godburn, Richard Kamins, Joyce Kirkpatrick, Jennifer Hawkins Lecce, Charlotte McCoid, Robert P. Santangelo, vacancy; Stephen Allison, Arts Project Mgr.--Recreation and Community Svs., Gordon Adams, Mary Bartolotta, David Bauer, Edward Dypa, Thomas Hutton, Anthony Jascot, Sheila Jones, Philip Pessina, Rick Romano, William Wasch, Gerard F. Winzer.--Youth Svs. Bureau Advisory Bd., Edwin Anderson, Michael Awdziewicz, Kyle Burreuther, Supt. of Schools Dr. Patricia Charles, Mayor Daniel T. Drew, Grady Faulkner, Sebastian N. Giuliano, Cheryl Jackson, Joanne Jukins, Sgt. Mike Marino, William McKissick, Elizabeth Nocera; Justin Carbonella, Youth Svs. Coordinator.--Dir. of Public Works, William Russo.--Purchasing Agent, Donna Imme.--Building Official, Dean Lisitano.--Assistant Bldg. Officials, Richard DeMaio, Bill Lardi.--Water Pollution Control Auth., Dale Aldieri, David Bauer, Scott Bishel, Emanuel DiMauro, John Giuliano, Hope Kasper, Jack Pieper.--Dir., Water and Sewer, Guy Russo.--Harbor Improvement Agency, Thomas A. Chace, Carl Chisem, Sandra Russo Driska, Paula McLean, Wendy Shiel, Wendy Siena, James B. Streeto, William Wilson, vacancy.--Pollution Control Supt., Alton Sanders.--Sanitation Comm., Thomas Goglia, Barbara Knoll, Anthony Marino, Sebastian J. Santacroce, John Uccello.--Sanitarians, Vincent Mazzotta, Fred Rehn; Salvatore Nesci, Chief.--Chief of Police, William McKenna; Deputy Chief of Police, Michael Timbro.--Public Safety Comm., Robert P. Santangelo, Chm., Sebastian N. Giuliano, Hope P. Kasper, Deborah A. Kleckowski, Thomas J. Serra.--Fire Chiefs, Central: Robert Kronenberger, Acting; South: Robert Ross; Westfield: John Lockwood.--Emergency Mgmt., Bruce E. Driska.--Central Communications Dir., Wayne Bartolotta.--Supt. of Fire Alarms, Joseph Rigano; Asst. Supt., Ken Skomro.--Public Works and facilities Comm., Carl Chisem, Chm., David Bauer, Sandra Russo Driska, Thomas J. Serra, James B. Streeto.--Corporation Counsel, Daniel B. Ryan.--City Atty., Brigham Smith, Deputy City Atty., Kori Wisneski.--Justices of the Peace, Leslie P. Adams, Jr., Patricia Alston, Daniel Barone, Wayne Bartolotta, David P. Bauer, Todd G. Berch, Lucy Bettencourt, David A. Boyce, William L. Brault, A. Marie Carlson, Margaret E. Chabak, Trevor Charles, Carl Chisem, Mark D. Czaja, William Dillon, William F. Dougherty, Mayor Daniel T. Drew, Gary W. Faraci, Sandra L. Faraci, Ernest P. Garofoli, Stephen T. Gionfriddo, William F. Gregorio, Sr., Callie Grippo, Maria Madsen Holzberg, Tami Kapacziewski, Kevin Kelly, Ryan Kennedy, Ronald P. Klattenberg, Deborah Kleckowski, Matthew James Jones, Marie Kalita Leary, Matthew L. Lesser, Tammy Marzik, Ralph Matteo, John C. Mayoros, Sr., Gary McNaughton, Willard M. McRae, Joseph E. Milardo, Jr., Laurie L. Moore, Salvatore G. Nesci, Emanuel Pattavina, Anton A. Petras, Diane A. Petras, Quentin Phipps, John Pieper, Jr., Linda Pierce, Jonathan Pulino, Annabel L. Resnisky, Guy P. Russo, Sandra Russo-Driska, Helen Ryan, Cynthia Sanders, Elizabeth N. Santangelo, Joseph C. Serra, Thomas J. Serra, Patricia Sloan, Leslie A. Spatola, Mari-Jo Stevens, Domenique Thornton, Eleanor C. Tomaszewski, Lea L. Tomaszewski, Anne M. Tommasi, Paul H. Turenne, William S. Wilson.

MILFORD. New Haven County.--(Form of government, mayor, board of aldermen.)--Settled in 1639, under New Haven; named, Nov. 24, 1640; united with Connecticut Colony, 1664. Inc. as a city, June 15, 1959. Town and city consolidated, 1959. Total area: 26.2 sq. miles; land area: 22.6 sq. miles. Population: est., 52,981. Voting districts: 8. Regional Center Retail Trade, principal industries, electric power generation, corporate headquarters, healthcare, financial services, software design, lodging, entertainment, food service, sales and service, construction, telecommunications, recreational boating, marinas, distribution and warehousing. Manufacturing including specialty tools, consumer products, high-tech components, fabricated metals, instruments, defense-related products, plastics and other items. Transp.--Passenger: Served by Metro North Commuter Railroad Co. and buses of Connecticut Transit between Milford and New Haven and Milford Transit for local and service to Stratford. Major corporate headquarters center and limousine service to Hartford, New York, and Newark airports. Post offices: Milford Center, Devon, Pepe's Farm Rd.

CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. City Clerk, Town Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Joanne M. Rohrig; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-5:00 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, Parsons Complex, 70 West River St., 06460-3364; Tel., (203) 783-3210; FAX, (203) 783-4856. Website: www.ci.milford.ct.us. E-mail: Lstock@ci.milford.ct.us.--Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs. of Vital Statistics, Rose M. Elliott, Suzanne Horvath, Bonnie Peloso.--Mayor, Benjamin G. Blake (D).--Bd. of Aldermen, Phillip J. Vetro, Chm., Bryan N. Anderson, Brian Bier, Michael S. Casey, Susan Fontana, Daniel J. German, Anthony S. Giannattasio, Janet A. Golden, Martin B. Hardiman, Dora Kubek, Susan Shaw, Frank Smith, Greta Stanford, Nick Veccharelli, Jr., Raymond G. Vitali.--Treas., Lee Nosal.--Bd. of Finance, Brian A. Lema, Chm., Joseph L. Castignoli, Joseph J. Fitzpatrick, Jr., Scott Marlow, Mickel Montano.--Dir. of Finance, Peter Erodici.--Tax Collector, Judy J. Haley; Deputy, Sue Taft.--Bd. of Assessment Review, Henry B. Healey, Chm., Bill Bevan, Gregory F. Harla; Alternates, David M. DeFlumeri, Robbie T. Long, Jr.--Assessor, Dan Thomas; Deputies, Marsha Benno, Marcus Irrek, Sandy Rainieri.--Registrars of Voters, Kerri Rowland (D), Lynne M. McNamee (R).--Supt. of Schools, Dr. Elizabeth Feser.--Bd. of Education, Susan Glennon, Chm., Tracy E. Casey, Michael DeGrego, John DeRosa, Suzanne L. DiBiase, Laura Fucci, Heidi Gold-Dworkin, Anthony Piselli, Chris Saley, Earl Whiskeyman.--Ethics Comm., David H. Dworski, Brian Henricksen, Kevin J. Long, Joseph J. Meade, Paul M. Shearer.--Pension and Retirement Bd., Christopher Cody, Chm., Richard Anderson, Paul S. Beckwith, Thomas J. Beirne, Timothy Bradbury, Matthew C. Chaco, Richard L. Elwell, Michael Hedman, Robin Lynch, Ann Maher, Leo T. Mahoney, Frank J. Murphy, Dr. Rachael A. Petitti, Jeffrey M. Roblyer, Paul G. Staneski; Alternates, Wesley Eisenhandler, William P. Farrell, Scott Firmender, Gregory S. Kimmell, Larry Lah, Michael Moreno, Robert J. Smith, vacancy.--Personnel Dir., Tania Barnes.--Civil Service Comm., Joel Baldwin, Ruth Dowin, H. James Haselkamp, Henry B. Healey, Thomas N. Toohey.--Planning and Zoning Bd., Benjamin Gettinger, Chm., Jeanne Cervin, Terrence Copeland, Michael Dolan, John L. Grant, Jr., Edward D. Mead, Carl Moore, Thomas C. Nichol, Jim Quish, vacancy.--Dept. of Planning and Land Use, Joseph Griffith, Exec. Dir.--City Planner, David B. Sulkis.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Joseph A. Tuozzola, Sr., Chm., Richard Carey, Howard F. Haberman, John J. Vaccino, Jr.; Alternates, Gary DuBois, William Soda, two vacancies.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Stephen H. Harris.--Inland Wetlands Agency, Cathleen A. Collins, Chm., Allan E. Cegan, James D. Connors, Kenneth R. Cowden, Lily Flannigan, Richard C. Lutz, Brendan Magnan, Justin R. Margeson, Stephen V. Munson; Alternates, David DeFlumeri, Carol Dunn.--Economic Development Comm., Robert Kapusta, Chm., Suzanne Cahill, John T. DePalma, Victor M. Ferrante, Gregory Harla, Michael P. Lynch, John C. O'Neil; Julie Nash, Exec. Dir.--Milford Redevelopment and Housing Partnership, Hilary Haig Holowink, Chm., Samuel S. Bergami, III, H. Richard Borer, Jr., Charles Montalbano, Theresa Rivera; Anthony Vasiliou, Exec. Dir.--Conservation Comm., William D. Poutray, Chm., Vicki T. Battle, Claire I. Casey, Dan C. Drago, Keith Dunn, Steven K. Johnson, Gerard E. Loiselle, Jr., Maureen Mauro-Desantie, Oden H. Seaholm.--Flood and Erosion Control Bd., Thomas E. Bach, Drew Berndlmaier, John R. Casey, Jr., Patrick Tokarz, Michael Zabinski.--Historic Dist. (South of the Green), Carol Molloy Smith, Chm., Gary M. Becker, M. Elizabeth Kennard, Walter Ortoleva, Arthur Paulson; Alternates, Marjorie C. Jones, Arthur W. Stowe, Christopher Thomas.--Historic Dist. Comm., Robert Berchem, Mildred V. Beyer, Dr. John W. O'Neil, Arthur W. Stowe, Suzanne Whittaker; Alternates, John Carissimi, Timothy Chaucer, Linda B. Stephenson.--Council on Aging, Lillian Holmes, Chm., Philip A. Caporusso, Cynthia R. DeLuca, Richard E. Dowin, Doreen Fontana, Michael J. Petrucelli, Shirley Serrano, Beverly Streit-Kefalas, vacancy.--Human Services Dept., Kathleen Nelson, Chm., Diane Candido, Alan Chapin, Rev. Karl Deutzmann, Paul J. Geer, Gary Johnson, Mary Lou Kecko, Donna Nunno, Susan M. Stango; Lisa E. Diamond-Graham, Dir.--Dir. of Health, A. Dennis McBride, M.D.--Chief Environmental Officer, Laura Miller.--Clean Energy Task Force, Pieter Moen, Susan K. Stokes.-- Bd. of Health, Dr. Constance Young, Chm., Joan M. Costello, Christine M. Gonillo, Ernest Judson, Jr., Dr. William F. Lynch, Holly E. Mulrenan, Dr. Mitchell Quintner.--Library Bd., Peter Vita, Chm., Scott Barnett, Linda Creedon, Suzanne E. D'Anna, Telka diFate, Constance C. Gaynor, Alice F. Oliver, Linda L. Wanosky, Toby Zabinski; Christine Angeli, Librarian.--Fine Arts Council, Paige Miglio, Exec. Dir.--Park, Beach and Recreation Comm., Daniel W. Worroll, Jr., Chm., Ann Fabian, Frank R. Giustino, Kerri Rowland, Felicia Shashinka.--Dir. of Recreation, Paul Piscitelli.--Golf Course Comm., Richard J. Austin, Chm., George J. Amato, Jr., Marilyn W. Blake, William D. Healey, John H. O'Connell, Ronald Peruzzi, Daniel W. Worroll, Jr.--Acting Dir. of Public Works, Richard Tomasco.--City Engineer, Gary Wassmer.--Purchasing Agent, Frederick Bialka.--Building Inspector, Thomas P. Raucci, Jr.--Building Code Bd. of Appeals, Louis J. D'Amato, Chm., Richard F. Jagoe, Ray S. Oliver, vacancy.--Sewer Comm., Robert J. Carroll, Chm., Donald F. Anderson, Edmund Q. Collier, Lee S. Cooke, Bradford W. Hubler.--Harbor Mgmt. Comm., Robert C. Post, Chm., James R. Beard, Nancy Berrien Bennett, Robert M. Brennan, David R. Newman, Ray S. Oliver, Alan Waterman; Alternates, John L. Nevin, Robert A. Pacelli, Jr.--Dir. of Harbor Operations, Raymond Swift.--Sanitation Foreman, David Rainey.--Tree Warden, Richard Tomasco.--Tree Comm., Bryan J. Mancini, Chm., Jennifer Ibarra, James T. Malaney, Kate D. Orecchio, David Skirkanich; Alternates, Seny J. Riccardi, Melissa Smith.--Animal Shelter Comm., Marilyn Blake, Chm., Janis Diamond, Edward Leuchtner, Sarah Nierenberg, Nancy Tuder.--Chief of Police, Keith L. Mello; Deputy Chief of Admin., Gerald Butler; Deputy Chief of Operations, Tracy L. Mooney.--Police Comm., Alberta Jagoe, Chm., Samuel Bergami, Jr., Carol Faruolo, Sharon Marrone, David Rubenstein, Richard Smith, Jerold M. Wanosky.--Constables, Scott B. Barnett, Linda J. Hardiman, George A. Marshall, Robert H. Miller, Joan Rousseau, Dennis Slavin, Shirley A. Serrano.--Chief of Fire Dept., Douglas A. Edo; Fire Marshal, Robert Healey; Asst. Chiefs, Gary Baker, Robert Healey.--Bd. of Fire Comrs., Thomas Riso, Jr., Chm., William A. Brennan, Kevin C. McGrath, Aaron Sanner, Richard W. Smith, Howard S. Stein, Joseph G. Weber.--Civil Preparedness Dir., Robert Healey.--City Atty., Jonathan D. Berchem.--Justices of the Peace, Bill Bevan, Benjamin G. Blake, Linda M. Casey, Allan E. Cegan, Don DiNapoli, Ruth M. Dowin, Robert M. Eldridge, Harvey Elson, Una A. Glennon, David W. Griffin, Linda M. Gustafson, William D. Healey, Mary Ann Hyzynski, Thomas Jagodzinski, George Marshall, Daniel L. McAllen III, James L. Richetelli, Jr., Shirley Serrano, Michelle Smith, Linda B. Stephenson, Linda Stock, Marilyn Wardell, Karen Zaneski-Malek.

MONROE. Fairfield County.--(Form of government, 1st selectman, town council, town meeting.)--Inc., May, 1823; taken from Huntington (now Shelton.) Total area: 26.3 sq. miles; land area: 26.1 sq. miles. Population: est., 19,794. Voting districts: 4. Principally residential, varied small industries. Transp.--Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post offices: Monroe and Stevenson. Sixteen rural delivery routes supply the inhabitants with mail daily.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Marsha A. Motter Beno; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Mon.-Thurs.; 8:30 A.M.-1:30 P.M., Fri.; Address, Town Hall, 7 Fan Hill Rd., 06468-1800; Tel., (203) 452-2800; FAX, (203) 452-6581. Website: www.monroect.org.--Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs. of Vital Statistics, Dianne Blatchley, Theresa A. DiGiovanna.--1st Selectmen, Stephen Vavrek (R), Tel., (203) 452-2821.--Town Council, J.P. Sredzinski, Chm., Frank Lieto, Vice Chm., Deborah Heim, Phyllis Kansky, Raymond Knapp, Jr., Enid S. Lipeles, Dee Dee Martin, Sean O'Rourke, Tony Unger.--Treas., Ronald J. Bunovasky, Jr.--Bd. of Ethics, William Collette, Chm., Jason Grady, Robert Roche, Patricia Tomchik, Philip White; Alternates, Patrick Carleton, Hans Liechti.--Bd. of Finance, Michael Manjos, Chm., Scott Ownes, Vice Chm., Debra Dutches, Carl Ferraro, John Ostaszewski, Ted Quinlan.--Tax Collector, Emanuel Cambra, Jr.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Victor Yanosy, Chm., Marcy LaFollette, Jan Larsen.--Assessor, Elizabeth A. Duffy.--Registrars of Voters, Susan A. Koneff (D), Judith Stripay (R).--Supt. of Schools, James Agostine.--Bd. of Education, Darrell Scott Trump, Chm., Christine Cascella, Lee R. Crouch, Jeffrey Guttman, Mark J. Hughes, George King, Donna Lane, Amy Primorac, Alan Vaglivelo.--Planning and Zoning Comm., Patrick O'Hara, Chm., William Porter, Vice Chm., Karen Martin, Brian Quinn, James Weinberg; Alternates, Jane Benedict Flader, Cathleen Lindstrom, Pedro Villanueva.--Planning Admin., Will Agresta.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, James Wendt, Chm., Marion Callo, Paul Lisi, Robert Saraco, Jr., Anthony C. Testo; Alternates, Matthew Levinson, Domenic J. Paniccia, vacancy.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Joseph Chapman.--Economic Development Comm., Robert Perez, Chm., Davinder Heslyn, Matthew Levinson, Paul Moyse, Teri Rotella, Gerry Stevens, Karen Wynkoop.--Housing Auth., Walter Hedden, Chm., Jan Larsen, Luis Posada, Mary Provenzano, Robert Tranzillo.--Conservation Comm., Michael O'Reilly, Chm., Gail Bunovsky, Vice Chm., Cynthia Ambrosey, Karen Burnaska, Christine Clark, Beverly Doyle, Marven Moss.--Inland Wetlands Comm., Jeremy Hayden, Chm., Michael W. Beno, Vice Chm., John Bath, Jason Grady, Dan Hunsberger, Michael S. Muttitt, Lois Spence.--Historic Dist. Comm., Chuck Woerner, Chm., Aaron McGoldrick, Alice Pulliam, Vida Stone, Karen L. Woodford; Alternates, Edward Coffey, Gary Thompson, vacancy.--Municipal Historian, Edward N. Coffey.--Youth Comm., David Ferris, Chm., Jennifer Aguilar, Brooke Burling, Jennifer Heitzke, Peter Laquesse, Kelly Plunkett, John L. Salvatore, Elaina Weiser.--Comm. for the Aging, Helma Chartier, Chm., Jeanette Benson, Veronica Condon, Phyllis Kansky, Jason Maur, Kathleen Quinn, Dorothy Woerner.--Agent for the Elderly, Barbara Yaeger.--Emergency Medical Svs. Comm., David H. Ferris, Jr., Chm., John Brenna, Diane Czerniawski, John Quinlavin, Paul L. Resnick.--Library Bd., William Ehlers, Chm., Alice Deak, James Fogerty, Erin T. Passineau, Emily Serniak, Pat Shea, Barbara Waite; Margaret Borchers, Librarian.--Lake Zoar Auth., Jerry Isleib, Ed Kusinski, Mark Saksa.--Parks and Recreation Comm., Andy Csire, Angelo Lisi, Jr., Agostino Modaffari, Terrance Rooney, Brenda Schultz, Tony Scott, Jonathan Stone, Pat Tomchik; Frank Cooper, Recreation Dir.--Town Engineer, Scott Schatzlein.--Highway Foreman, James Robinson.--Building Inspector, James Sandor.--Building Bd. of Appeals, Salvatore Morabito, Chm., Edward Callo, Frank Quaranta, vacancy.--Water Pollution Control Auth., Kris Carpenter, John T. Dunne, Jr., Felix A. Giannini, Arthur James Nelson, Michael Wellman.--Sanitarian, vacancy.--Tree Warden, David Solek.--Chief of Police, John L. Salvatore.--Police Comm., Ronald Villani, Chm., James E. Bresnahan, Edward J. Deak, Jr., Gary Scrofani, Bernard Sippin.--Constables, Patricia A. Tomchik, Victor W. Yanosy.--Emergency Mgmt. Dir., David York.--Chiefs of Fire Dept., Monroe: William Davin; Stepney: Christopher Doyle; Stevenson: Frank Schrodl.--Fire Marshal, William Davin.--Town Atty., John P. Fracassini.--Justices of the Peace, Susan Bannay, Marsha Motter Beno, Michael W. Beno, Karen L. Burnaska, Edward A. Callo, Albert B. Civitelli, Andrew F. Csire, Bari S. Dworken, Elizabeth Edgerton, Sandra Gabriel-Busa, David D. Halliwell, Malvin L. Karwoski, Susan A. Koneff, Enid Lipeles, Dee Dee Martin, Michele Mount, Andrew Nunn, Jerome L. Rookasin, Fatima M. Silva, J. P. Sredzinski, Judith J. Stripay, Patricia Tomchik, Margaret J. Villani, James R. Weinberg, Joseph F. Wright, Gary E. Zenobia.

MONTVILLE. New London County.--(Form of government, mayor, town council, limited town meeting.)--Inc., Oct. 12, 1786; taken from New London. Total area: 44.1 sq. miles; land area: 42.0 sq. miles. Population: est. 19,686. Voting districts: 6. Principal industries: the manufacture of paper board, paper boxes, computer boards, electricity, tachometers, aluminum doors and windows, and Indian gaming. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of SEAT. Freight: Served by Central Vermont Railway and numerous motor carriers. Post offices: Montville, Oakdale and Uncasville.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Lisa Terry; Hours, 8:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, Town Hall, 310 Norwich-New London Tpke., Uncasville 06382; Tel., Norwich, (860) 848-3030, ext. 384; FAX, (860) 848-9784. Website: www.townofmontville.org. E-mail: lterry@montville-ct.org.--Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Melinda L. Roberts.--Mayor, Ronald McDaniel, Jr. (D), Tel., (860) 848-3030, ext. 378.--Town Council, Joseph W. Jaskiewicz, Chm., William P. Caron, Cyril Longton, Tim May, Tom McNally, Kathy Pollard, Laura Tanner.--Finance Dir., Theresa Hart.--Treas., Pamela Bonanno.--Tax Collector, Joan Zujus.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Stanly Gwudz, Ann M. Mattson, Wills Pike.--Assessor, Lucy Beit.--Registrars of Voters, Lorraine Elliott (D), Mary E. Clark-Wilson (R).--Supt. of Schools, Brian C. Levesque.--Bd. of Education, David C. Rowley, Chm., Carrie Thomas Baxter, Steven J. Loiler, Robert R. Mitchell, Jr., Kim Navetta, Todd F. Pomazon, Deborah Sue Reed-Iler, Valerie Smith, James B. Wood.--Town Planner, Marcia Vlaun.--Planning and Zoning Comm., William Pieniadz, Chm., John Desjardins, Bart Ferrante, Jr., Allen V. Polhemus, Anthony Siragusa, James K. Toner, Fred Yeitz; Alternates, Ronald Bolles, vacancy.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, John R. MacNeil, Chm., Douglas Adams, Joe Aquitante III, Ellen H. Lakowsky; Alternates, Carl Freeman, Elmer Wittkofske.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Thomas Sanders.--Economic Development, Albert Skulczyck, Chm., Karl Butzgy, Marjorie Gatheral, Matthew Lariviere, Ann Mattson, Jim Toner, Dustin White, two vacancies.--Housing Auth., Homer F. Waters, Chm., Michael P. Fecher, Vincent James Roemmele, Timothy Sullivan, Mary Thomes.--Conservation Comm., Paul Chase, Ellen Hillman, William Hornok, Ann Mattson, vacancy.--Inland Wetlands Comm., Douglas K. Brush, Chm., Richard C. Bartholomew, Richard Beauchene, Scott C. Deranleau, Philip Houk, Charles H. Obday III, Howard V. Riske, Jr.; Alternate, Dustin White, vacancy.--Flood and Erosion Control Bd., Town Council.--Municipal Historian, John Chase.--Comm. on Aging, Mary Adams, Patricia Antoniac, Kathleen Doherty-Peck, Monica MacNeil, Margaret Skinner, Louis Ziegler, vacancy.--Social Svs. Dir., Robin Washington.--Youth Advisory Bd., Daniel Dunn, Chm., Leonard Bunnell, Sr., Grace Carlos, Robert R. Mitchell, Jr., Kailah Pflugbeil, Susan Rickards, Allyson Schmeizl, Timothy Shanahan, Marilyn Williams.--Youth Svs. Dir., Barbara Lockhart.--Dir. of Health, Patrick McCormack.--Parks and Recreation Comm., Eileen Cicchese, Chm., Joseph S. Berardy, Nancy Delacruz, Richard Geiler, Scott Lavallie, Keri Lawton, Gilbert J. Maffeo III, Karen Perkins, Kristin Ventresca; Peter Bushway, Recreation Dir.--Chief Plant Operator/Water Pollution Control Auth. Supt., Michael Didato.--Water and Water Pollution Control Auth., Timothy A. May, Chm., Deborah Schober, Anthony Siragusa, Robert R. Thorn, vacancy.--Dir. of Public Works, Donald Bourdeau.--Building Code Bd. of Appeals, William Pieniadz, Chm., John Biederka, three vacancies.--Building Inspector, Vernon D. Vesey II.--Sewer Admin., Brian Lynch.--Gardner Lake Auth., Kate Johnson, Ed Socha, William A. Wrobel.--Recycling Admin., Donald Bourdeau.--Public Safety Comm., David P. Jetmore, Chm., Gary S. Allyn, Joseph DePasquale, Steven J. Loiler, James Moran, Eric Rousseau, vacancy.--Chief of Police, Ronald McDaniel.--Constables, Robert Bedard, Garrett Boehm, Leonard Bunnell, Gary Galdenzi, Earnest Greenwood, Jr., Gregg Jacobson, Joseph Kondash, Mark Manley, Dennis Mathers, Karen Moorehead, Matthew Northrop, Thomas Occhialini, Matthew Orr, Michael Pelletier, Michael Pierce, David Radford, Addison Saffioti, Robin Salvatore, Matthew Shepard, Ryan Spring, Travis Sumpf, Robert Sundman.--Chiefs of Fire Depts., Chesterfield: Keith Truex; Mohegan: Steve Socha; Montville: Ronald Turner; Oakdale: Gary Murphy.--Fire Marshal/Civil Preparedness Dir., Raymond Occhialini.--Town Atty., Matt Auger.--Justices of the Peace, Betty J. Allard, Paul J. Allard, Lisa E. Atkinson, Joe Aquitante III, Herbert H. Bachelder, Jr., Howard R. Beetham, Jr., Patricia A. Beetham, Sandra Berardy, Catherine Buebendorf, Teri A. Bruce, Gina M. Carano, William P. Caron, Bridget M. Caviness, Brendan Cholewa, Mary E. Clark-Wilson, Donald E. Dykes, Lorraine A. Elliott, Richard Fawcett, Marjorie Fisher, Christopher Foutch, Alexandra A. Gregory, Michael J. Grelle, Sr., Roger K. Guyas, Harry B. Heller, Ellen L. Hillman, Michael S. Hillsberg, Patricia M. Hornok, Donna Jacobson, Joseph W. Jaskiewicz, Jill B. Johnson, James A. Knighton, Kevin Loiler, Steven J. Loiler, Bruce Martell, Ann M. Mattson, Ines Mazzei, Ronald K. McDaniel, Jr., Dana J. McFee, Thomas McNally, Lynne Miner, Beth Marie Missios, Ronald Moore, Shirley I. Morphis, Gary M. Murphy, Marion H. Ouellette, Marie A. Pineault, Rosemary Platt, Patricia Plaszczynski, Monica A. Pomazon, Todd Pomazon, James Radgowski, James F. Rondeau, Kevin Ryan, Ellen A. Thomas, James K. Toner, Deborah D. Vanase, Deborah Wehner, Richard L. Wilson, Nicholas Steven Zawacki.

MORRIS. Litchfield County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., Jun., 1859; taken from Litchfield. Total area: 18.7 sq. miles; land area: 17.2 sq. miles. Population: est., 2,356. Voting district: 1. Principal industry: agriculture and light industry. Bantam Lake, the largest natural lake in the state and a popular summer resort lies mostly within the town. Transp.--Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Morris.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Ann E. Carr; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:00 P.M., Mon.-Thurs.; 8:30 A.M.-Noon, Fri.; Address, 3 East St., P.O. Box 66, 06763-0066; Tel., (860) 567-7433; FAX, (860) 567-7432. Website: http://morris.webtownhall.com. E-mail: townclerk@townofmorrisct.org.--Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs. of Vital Statistics, Laura Halloran, Carolyn W. Phillips.--Selectmen, 1st, Barbara Bongiolatti (D), Vincent Aiello (D), Philip D. Birkett (R).--Treas., Joseph C. Ferraro.--Bd. of Finance, Barbara Burch, Ronald M. Emanuel, Jr., Patricia Golsee, Tracey Martin, Scott Pottbecker, Lawrence W. Sweeney; Alternates, Edward Dorsett, Jessica MacDonald.--Tax Collector, Launa M. Goslee.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Eric F. Cook, Del J. Knox, James Orzell.--Assessor, Michele DaSilva.--Registrars of Voters, Virginia Orzell (D), Denise Weik (R).--Supt. of Schools, Edward Drapp.--Pension Fund Trustees, Jimmy Wong, Chm., Jerry Hickey, Suzanne Sheahan.--Planning and Zoning Comm., Robert J. McIntosh, Jr., Chm., Erica K. Dorsett-Mathews, Vice Chm., David P. Geremia, Lance C. Loomis, Mary Ann Orzell, Robert M. Paradis, David Wiig, Mark A. Ziener, Jr.; Alternates, Chris DuPont, Lisa Harrison, Del Knox.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Nancy S. Skilton, Chm., Allen Bernardini, Mark Conlon, Lisa Haley, Clifford M. Wheeler; Alternates, Eric M. Edwards, F. Giles Giovanizzi, Margaret Palumbo.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Scott Eisenlorh.--Housing Auth., Terrance Phelan, Chm., Kevin Derohen, Mark Halloran, Janine Shailer, Janet Weik; Gina Parisi, Dir.--Conservation and Inland Wetlands Comm., Barbara Brown, Barbara Burch, Jerry Hickey, Tracy Martin, vacancy; Alternate, vacancy.--Economic Development Comm., Lincoln Bertaccini, Edward R. Dorsertt, Sarah P. Irwin, Robert Kluge, Benjamin Paletsky, Richard P. Skilton, Lawerence M. Sweeney.--Inland Wetlands Comm., Michael Doyle, Chm., F. Giles Giovinazzi, Lance C. Loomis, Kendall Shailer, Jr., Constance Trolle.--Agent for the Aging, Kristen DaVila.--Senior Center Comm., Ruth Davis, Joyce Finch, Sallyann Gladych, Jean Grela, Margaret Lilley, vacancy; Kristen DeVila, Senior Center Dir.--Dir. of Health, Robert Rubbo (P.O., Torrington).--Library Trustees, Nancy Lundquist, Chm., RoseMarie Buckens, Judith Dorsett, Jordana Hood, Sarah P. Irwin, Virginia Williamson.--Municipal Historian, vacancy.--Beach and Recreation Comm., David P. Robert, Chm., Laura Crane, Norval Lunan, William Plekan, Denise Teddick, Sue Williams, Diane Woodruff; Brian Leonard, Recreation Dir.--Building Official, Vincent D'Andrea.--Building Code Bd. of Appeals, Todd Bellmay, Fred Dreher, Robert Drop, David Seabury, Donald Weik.--Sewer Auth., Michael Doyle, Chm., Barbara Aurell, James Halloran, Philip Moncuse, Suzanne Nemeth; Alternates, Robert McIntosh, Jr., vacancy.--Bantam Lake Auth., Thomas Weik, Chm., Russell Hubbard, Kevin Venzel.--Chief of Fire Dept., Joel Skilton.--Fire Marshal, David Hardt.--Sandy Beach Comm., Karen Brady, Corinne Houle, Lori Schneider, Pamela Wray, vacancy.--Town Attys., Roraback and Roraback.--Justices of the Peace, Philip D. Birkett, Jane H. Blakeman, Barbara E. Bongiolatti, Rose Buckens, Edward R. Dorsett, Thomas Dougherty, Chris R. Dupont, James K. Finch II, Bridget Garrity, David M. Geremia, F. Giles Giovinazzi, David J. Green, Jean M. Grela, Lisa Harrison, Jerry D. Hickey, Sarah P. Irwin, Michael T. Keilty, Del Knox, Nancy Lundquist, Frederick Neri, Marguerite Neri, Virginia Orzell, Mary Ann Orzell, Evelyn F. Rowley, Susan Schoenbach, Richard P. Skilton, Lawrence Sweeney, Constance L. Trolle, Thomas W. Weik, Jennifer Whittlesey.





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