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Volume 22, Number 21

Budget process changes mulled

Library promotes summer learning By Devin Leith-Yessian The Citizen

Children have been flocking to Berlin-Peck Memorial Library to collect prizes for their summer reading. “It’s really exciting,” said Alyssa Skorski, a children and teens librarian. “They’ve all been begging to leave the pool and come to the library.”

By Devin Leith-Yessian The Citizen

Town officials are looking at ways to improve the budget drafting process after two failed referendums and heated negotiations preceded the adoption of this year’s budget.

For each day a participant reads, goes to a library program, museum or a park, they can check off a day on their summer activity log and collect a necklace bead. “They’re motivated to read and do activities,” Skorski said. Being able to create a necklace of their own gives children a goal to work toward and introduces them to library activities.

Alex Marlino, 9, of Rocky Hill, uses the computers in the children's section of BerlinPeck Memorial Library. The summer reading program kicked off with 230 kids signed up in the first few days. Devin Leith-Yessian, The Citizen

A student who goes through the summer without reading can lose two reading levels on the A through Z scale, Skorski said.

“I don’t want to be a prune sitting inside See Library, A2

Taxes, parking ordinances discussed By Devin Leith-Yessian The Citizen

Currently, Berlin residents can apply for a tax abatement program whereby they will pay a lower tax rate. Howev-

er, a lien will be placed on their home, and should the home be sold or transferred in a will, the unpaid taxes must be paid in full. "Nobody applies because nobody

wants to put a lien on their property,” said Town Manager Jack Healy, noting that other towns have similar abatement programs without the lien stipuSee Taxes, A20

Finance Director Kevin Delaney said representatives of the Town Council, Board of Finance and Board of Education will be able to send liaisons to meetings between Delaney and the department heads where they evaluate their needs and make their funding requests. He said this will help keep all parties informed. “It doesn’t make sense to bring forward a $5 million capital budget if you know full well” it won’t pass, Delaney said. This openness also will allow elected officials to share a See Budget, A16





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all day,” said Jonathan Kugno, 11, in the new library Maker’s Space. He was one of eight youngsters bustling about the room with building blocks and games, all part of the library’s Design Squad Global club.

Jennifer Needham, head of children and teen services, said the club, which meets every Thursday, gives kids an introduction to engineering by partnering with teams from around the world. 203-317-2317 Twitter: @leith_yessian

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Kaylee Pelletier, 5, and Aleksadra Drozdowski, 9, play with the toys at Berlin-Peck Memorial Library. The summer reading program kicked off this summer, with 230 kids signed up in the first few days. Devin Leith-Yessian, The Citizen



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Working with your children is a special opportunity By State Rep. Joe Aresimowicz

Questions surrounding the hiring of UConn football head coach Randy Edsall’s son Corey as an assistant coach has been in the news, as has my support for bipartisan legislation that clarified state law concerning family members working together. Obviously there is no stronger bond than the one between a parent and a child, and sons and daughters learning from and working together with their mothers and fathers is a wonderful, longstanding family tradition. From President Trump and his family in the White House, to my own son, Michael, assisting me with the Berlin High School football team, it is a relationship to celebrate.

Prior to Randy Edsall’s hiring, UConn sought and received an advisory opinion from the Ethics Commission that gave the OK on the circumstances of bringing on a family member as part of the staff. Six months later, with Edsall now officially head coach, Ethics issued a subsequent and conflicting opinion. UConn, represented by the Attorney General, appealed that ruling, which is currently in court. The judge has allowed Corey to continue in his position while the case is pending. After talking with coach Edsall at a high school awards banquet in January, also attended by Republican legislative leaders, we all felt the Ethics opinion conflicting with its earlier advisory

opinion was both wrong and unfair. I offered to help and, after further discussion with my fellow leaders, we all agreed to support legislation clarifying state law concerning the ability for higher education employees’ immediate family members to work together. This included certain safeguards such as ensuring all decisions on compensation and promotion are made by non-family members. That bill unanimously passed the House of Representatives on May 4, the Senate on May 9, and was signed by the Governor on June 7.

It is important to put this in context, in that it is current standard practice at UConn and other colleges to provide jobs for spouses of newly-hired professors who move here from other states. This makes a lot of sense if you want to be able to attract high quality candidates to your campuses of higher education. In addition, sons working with their fathers is very common throughout college football. For example, UMass head coach Mark Whiple has his son on his coaching staff, and former UConn head coach Skip Holtz learned his trade under his father, the legendary Lou Holtz.

Furthermore, Corey Edsall is well qualified for his position. He was on the University of Colorado football staff for the previous two years, and interned with the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles before that. He started as a student assistant with his dad at the University of Maryland. Randy Edsall is a good guy, who we are all rooting for to improve the competiveness of our UConn Husky football program. I believe it is wrong to deny him the special opportunity to have his son be part of his dad’s team, and I was glad to help.

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Nutmeg show ponders life on other planets The producer of Nutmeg T V’s Racing Action Today and Racing Action Today Classics has launched a new show that is sure to send viewers out of this world. “The Teles Scope View,” produced by Larry Mongillo, the creator and star of “Racing Action Today” and “Racing Action Today Classics,” will feature the real-life research done by co-host Rick Teles, a cyber security specialist with inside government information on UFO and extraterrestrial activity. Radio personality Steve Parker will round out the trio of hosts who, during each episode, will discuss real life incidents, both explained and unexplained, that are featured in Teles’ book “The Final Revelation: The Sun Project.” “Some of the things we’ll talk about will be difficult for people to accept,” Teles said during the first episode, which aired on Nutmeg TV Monday, July 2. The question, Teles said, then becomes “do you want to know “Rick has documented the truth?” events,” Mongillo said. “We’ll talk about the different The 13-week show started with the famed Roswell inci- things that have happened.” dent that occurred in 1947 Mongillo, who has extensive and continue to present day experience crafting shows studies of “life out there,” for Nutmeg TV, became insaid Mongillo, a Berlin resiterested in producing an exdent and long-time race and perience for viewers on the UFO enthusiast. topic after hearing Parker in-

terview Teles on his Saturday high-ranking military offimorning talk show on WTIC. cials. “I was so fascinated about what he had to say, I asked Steve to arrange a meeting,” Mongillo said. “He’s like a walking dictionary he’s so full of knowledge.”

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Library Briefs New books – “The Death of Mrs. Westaway ” By Ruth Ware; “Before and Again” By Barbara Delinsky; “Liar, Liar” By Lisa Jackson; “Murder in Paradise ” By James Patterson; “Between You And Me” By Susan Wiggs; “The High Tide Club” By Mary Kay Andrews; “By Invitation Only ” By Dorothea Benton Frank; “The Broken Road” By Richard Paul Evans; “The Pharaoh Key” By Douglas J Preston; “The Perfect Couple” By Elin Hilderbrand; “The Moscow Deception” By Karen Robards; “Turbulence” By Stuart Woods; “Shelter in Place” By Nora Roberts; “Princess” By James Patterson; “The Outsider” By Stephen King; “Cave of Bones” By Anne Hillerman; “Noir” By Christopher Moore; “The Cast” By Danielle Steel; “The Glass Room” By Anne Cleeves; “The 17th Suspect” By James Patterson; “The Forgotten Road” By Richard Paul Evans; “Robert B. Parker’s Old Black Magic” By Ace Atkins; “Twisted Prey” By John Sanford; “The Good Fight ” By Danielle Steel; “The President is Missing” By Bill Clinton.

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Food Share Truck - Sacred Heart: July 13, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. St. Paul Parish, 485 Alling St., Kensington.

American Folk Tales and Songs: July 12, 6:30 p.m. New Britain Public Library, 20 High St., New Britain. 860224-3155.

Kensington Fire-Rescue Storytime & Firetruck!: July 13, 10:30 a.m. Berlin-Peck Memorial Library, 234 Kensington Road, Berlin.

Apple Valley 4H Club: July 12, 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Bradley Mountain Farms, 537 Shuttle Meadow Road, Southington.

Movie Matinee: Breathe: July 13, 1 p.m. Berlin-Peck Memorial Library, 234 Kensington Road, Berlin.

Business After Work, hosted by Courtyard by Marriott, Cromwell: July 12, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Courtyard by Marriott, 4 Sebethe Drive, Cromwell. 860-347-6924. Garden of Beats with Conga J: July 12, 10 a.m. New Britain Public Library, 20 High St., New Britain. 860-224-3155. Kensington Berlin Rotary: July 12, 5:30 p.m. Pine Loft Restaurant, 1474 Berlin Turnpike, Meriden. MxCC/Eversource Natural Gas Field Tech Open House: July 12, 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Eversource Energy, 107 Selden

Summer Camp: July 13, St. Paul Parish, 485 Alling St., Kensington.

Nina is a lovely, petite tortoiseshell with a great personality. She is very easygoing and affectionate and is good with both people and animals. She likes to be held and will make a wonderful addition to any family. She is less than a year old and had five kittens. Dunkin is one of a dozen kittens that come up for adoption this week. He is an adorable little ham. Join us Sunday, July 15, 1 to 3 p.m., at PetSmart, 278 New Britain Ave., Plainville for an adoption event. Fill out an application at in preparation for the event. For more information, call 860-479-5173 or email St., Berlin.

Nature Nick’s Animal Adventures: July 12, 12 p.m. New Britain Public Library, 20

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Senior Happenings

Sometimes individuals may feel uncomfortable when someone is “in their space” but don’t know how to discuss this. A free program discussing personal boundaries is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 8, 1 p.m., at the Senior Center, 33 Colonial Drive. Seating is limited and registration is required. For more information and to RSVP, call 860828-7006.

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Wii Bowling – Fridays at 12:45 p.m. Call Tina or Jane at 860-828-7006.

Tuesday, July 17: New England clam chowder, egg salad, cottage cheese, 4 bean salad, corn muffin, peaches.

Volunteer drivers The Community Renewal Team, Inc., RSVP team initiated the Volunteer Medical Transportation Program to help bridge the transportation gap facing seniors 55plus who experience challenges getting to non-emergency medical appointments in their hometown or nearby.

Wednesday, July 18: Asian beef strips with ginger sauce, brown rice, Oriental blend veggies, garden salad, pumpernickel bread, pineapple chunks. Thursday, July 19: Grape juice, grilled orange chicken with orange sauce, sesame noodles, winter blend veggies, whole wheat bread, tropical fruit cup. Friday, July 20: Grape juice, slow cooked pork with pan gravy, roasted herb potatoes, squash medley, dinner roll, watermelon.

Senior Bowling Senior Bowling League results from June 29: Buzz Brazee, 166; Joe Labacz, 162; Irene Willametz, 160; Sam D'Amato, 150. July 6: Ferd Brochu, 188;

Hungerford Park’s preschool programs, 191 Farmington Ave., encourage young children to use their senses and creativity to explore the natural world around them. Each session may include live animals, games, crafts, cooking, stories, science experiments and outdoor exploration.


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Monday, July 16: Grape juice, Pier 17 fish, mashed potato, Scandinavian veggies, 12 grain bread, chocolate chip cookies.


Reiki Healing – Tuesdays, 1 to 3 p.m., with Holly Kevorkian. A fee is charged. Sign up at the Senior Center.

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Senior meals are provided by CW Resources. Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance by calling Doretha Dixon at 860-6708546, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. A donation is requested.

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Religion Briefs Bethany Covenant Summer worship at 9:30 a.m. Childcare provided. Call 860-828-3637 or visit 785 Mill St., Berlin.


Berlin Congregational Church Worship - Berlin Congregational Church schedules Sunday worship for 10 a.m., with communion on the first Sunday of the month. Nursery care is available. Call 869-828-6586. Choir, bell ringers - The church invites anyone interested in joining the choir or bell ringers to call 860-8286586.

The United Methodist Church of East Berlin, 139 Main St., East Berlin, schedules Sunday services for 10 a.m.

Kensington Congregational Church recently hosted an "Open Mic Night" to benefit the Connecticut Children's Medical Center Oncology Unit Teen Room. An afternoon of music was presented by Berlin students and Berlin High School alumni in honor of Nathaniel Hansen, Ava Dubuc and other community members who have been treated at CCMC. The event was coordinated and directed by Corinne Terlecky.

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The Berlin 11U softball team clinched the District 5 championship recently with a 12-9 victory over Plainville. This capped an undefeated tournament run for Berlin and propelled the team into the district tournament, which is slated to kick off on July 11. Pictured are Berlin players Jessica Petit, Ellie Cugno, Peyton Nadeau, Julia Matan, Madeline Mota, Sara Cugno, Ella Rice, Karolina Carlone, Sarah Swanson, Amelia Andruskiewicz and Emma D’Addabbo. Not pictured are Rachel Karanda and coaches Bill Petit, Kelly Mota and Gary Andruskiewicz.

The Berlin U11 boys soccer team finished the spring season in first place in its division and as runner-up in the Newington Wrap Up tournament. The Berlin squad is pictured, front row: Phillip Adamczuk, Brody Bannon, Alex Jorge, Marcus Joshi, Dan Cwieka, Lorenzo Gil, Colin Peck. Back row: coach Joe Dalek, Jakub Moryl, Austin Boninsegna, Matt Dalek, Mike Abayomi, Alex Karwowski, Omar Montanez, Jacob Soellner, coach Mario Boninsegna.



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Saint Gabriel’s Episcopal Church Saint Gabriel’s Episcopal Church, 68 Main St., East Berlin, Sunday Eucharist, 9 a.m.

Kensington United Methodist Church Kensington United Methodist Church, 103 Hotchkiss St., Sunday worship, 9 a.m. The church schedules a healing and music service the second Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m.



Theater: July 14, 8 p.m. $34. “The Queen Bees.” The Connecticut Cabaret Theatre, 31

Cat adoption: July 15, 1 to 3 p.m., PetSmart, 278 New Britain Ave., Plainville. Fill out an application at 860-479-5173 or email hucatrescue@

BPD basketball: July 15, 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. St. Paul Parish, 485 Alling St., Kens-

Goat Yoga: July 15, 9 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Bradley Mountain Farms, 537 Shuttle Meadow Road, Southington. See Calendar, A18


Big House: July 15, 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Free. Grace Unit-




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Open Sew: July 14, 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Berlin-Peck Memorial Library, 234 Kensington Road, Berlin.




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Museum: July 14, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Berlin Historical Society Museum, 305 Main St., Berlin. 860-828-5114.

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Daring feats, fireworks at the fairgrounds By Devin Leith-Yessian The Citizen

With the joyful screams of children on carnival rides in the background, circus performer Dizzy Diamond focused himself for a moment before hurling knives at his wife, Trixie Turvy, who was strapped into a spinning wheel. When the wheel slowed, two neat rows of blades stuck out of the wood on each side of Turvy’s torso. “It gets me every time. It freaks me out,” show manager Tommy Breen said after the show. A performer himself, Breen swallowed half a dozen swords and leaned forward to allow the gawking children in front to watch him pull them out. “I think that people like that (the show) is big and it’s flashy and it’s weird,” Breen said. Running from Tuesday, July 3 to the following Saturday, the Berlin Freedom Fest brought more than daring circus performances to the Berlin Lions Fairgrounds. It also featured a towering Ferris wheel, games, classic fried festival foods, and fireworks displays. With seats so close to the fireworks they reverberated through one’s chest, Chloe DiCosimo and Colton Little said the Freedom Fest fireworks surpassed the displays in larger cities nearby. “It felt like a rock concert,” DiCosimo said. “That was the best fireworks I’ve ever seen,” Little said. “This was such a great experience, I’m so glad I came.” While the Berlin Fair draws big crowds each fall, Jack Rudy, director of the Berlin Parks and Recreation Upbeat program, said the town lacks “a traditional carnival with rides” in the summer. The Freedom Fest fit the bill.

World of Wonders stage manager Tommy Breen swallows swords during the Berlin Freedom Fest, held July 3 to 7 at the Berlin Lions Fairgrounds. Photos by Devin Leith-Yessian, The Citizen

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Commentary: Festival was a feast for the senses By Ajlal N. Khan Special to The Citizen

day was much less serious than anticipated.

Beginning one day before the Fourth of July and wrapping up July 7, the Berlin Freedom Fest lit up the town both figuratively and literally with its carnival-like excitement and dazzling fireworks.

The rest of the days were filled with sunshine and amusement.

Taking place at the Berlin Lions fairgrounds, local residents and others were eager to see what the fest had in store. They were not disappointed. With modest $5 parking and no entrance fee, thousands flocked to the smell of fair food that radiated from the grounds. Numerous rides, including the Starship 3000 and the Ferris wheel, lit up the area, adding to the already thrilling atmosphere.

Luckily, weather was not too much of an issue, as a potential thunderstorm on Fri-

One of the highlights of the fest was a demolition derby, held at 7:30 on Friday night. Spectators gathered early to watch the action, and as the dust settled almost 20 minutes later, car No. 25 stood supreme and was met with applause.

The display kicked off at 9:30 sharp on July 4, and onlookers were treated to a 15minute display of lights and booms that echoed throughout the town. By the end, attendees on-site were joined by onlookers from the street in watching the colorful finale. The Freedom Fest wrapped up on Saturday, concluding with another fireworks display equally as spectacular as the first. Although not set to return to town, many who attended the event hope to once again be welcomed to a Freedom Fest this time next year.

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For any that preferred to watch rather than participate, a free, circus-like World of Wonders show offered sword swallowers, fireeaters, escape artists, and many other acts. Carnival games such as balloon popping and the basketball shoot also lined the grounds.

Both rides and entertainment were provided by Dreamland Amusements, the same company that the Berlin Lions Club uses for the Berlin Fair. The Lions Club was also the host of this event, with Dreamland Amusements covering all costs.

However, the fireworks were undeniably the showcase of the event.

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School Briefs

Roger Williams University, Rhode Island – Emily Dittmar of East Berlin; Hannah Wade of Berlin.

Lehigh University, Pennsylvania – Daniel Dunham of Berlin.

Goodwin College – David Balfore, Jessica Duda of Berlin; Brittany Lukasik of East Berlin.

Now, increased paper costs are threatening thousands of jobs in the printing and publishing industry. Is this how our trade laws should be used?

Abuse of Our Trade Laws

Goodwin College – Varsha Patel, Rachel Prior, Emily Relyea of Berlin; Jeffrey Gotta of East Berlin.

convinced our government to tax the

industry opposes this new tax.


Quinnipiac University – Daniyal Khan, Taylor Luciani, Victoria Pryputniewicz of Berlin.

President’s list

and other publications. The rest of the

and protect American jobs.


A single newsprint company has paper that is used in newspapers, books

Tell your representatives in Congress to stop the new paper tariffs


Will Kill American Jobs.

Western New England University, Massachusetts –Emily Dymczyk, Jordan Kradas, Nicole Veronesi of Berlin.

Dean’s list Central Connecticut State University – Artem Akulin, Tess Atkinson, Mitchell Blanchette, Ryan Callinan, Kayla Cervoni, Nathanial Chandler, Devin Chiodo, Emily Coffey, Kelly Cohen, Alexander Dastoli, Daniel DiCioccio, Gabriella DiMaio, Cyrus dos Santos, Austin Forauer, Marisa Gagliardi, Trevor Gagnon, Tyler Ginagrave, Briana Gorneault, Nickolaos Halkias, Jared Hendrickson, Abdelhadi Jebli, Jeremy Kinney, Hannah Koziol, Brandon Kumm, Michael Lauria-Errico, Austin Lawrence, Jamie Lemanski, Stephanie Lesmes, David Lunt, Layla Maslowski, Jonathan Mayer, Quintin Meyer, James Molski, Michaela Muller, Colleen Padykula, Dipendra Paneru, Sanil Patel, Rutviben Patel, Aniket Patel, Jeffrey Paul, Julia Perrelli, Megan Pskowski, Sarah Pskowski, Kevin Rose, Emily Rose, Rebecca Rugar, Christopher Samiotis, Drew Sapko, Kelsey Sena, Courtney Silvia, Abby Simmone, Marybeth Simmone, Daniel Skowronek, Julianna Spring, David Tran, Brittany Vannuccini, Emma Wilcox, Scott Wilmot, Monika Zachara, Ryan Zimmer of Berlin; Melissa Johnson of East

Quinnipiac University – Kara Boninsegna, Stanislav Kukhniy, Taylor Luciani, Emily Mitchell, Max Weiss of Berlin; Evan Rigsby of Kensington. Western New England University, Massachusetts – Emily Cooney, Benjamin Kennure, Danielle Skates of Berlin.

Academic achievements Ashley Plochocki of Berlin was named to the high honor roll for the second semester at Sacred Heart Academy.

Scholarships Community Foundation of Greater New Britain – Peter Albert, Josephine Suits Arts Scholarship; Calli Beatman, Kimberly R. Miller Scholarship; Mariel Christiana, Paul J. and Mary P. Karam Music and Keith Benson Kramer Scholarships; Natalie Couceiro; Samantha Fasciano, Harold M. Sussman Memorial Scholarship; Jacob Giuliano, William J. Tomasso Scholarship; Mackenzie Morton, Vincent F. Biscoglio, Sr., Memorial Scholarship; Caitlin Muller, Gloria Biscoglio Bosco Memorial and Allen M. and Rosalind W. Humes Humanitarian Scholarships; Michael Nielsen, Gloria Biscoglio Bosco Memorial Scholarship; James Wicander, Vincent F. Biscoglio, Sr., Memorial Scholarship; Adam Willametz, Dominic DelConte Scholarship; Anna Woodin, James W. McDermott, Jr., Memorial Scholarship; Jessica Gaetgans, Austrian Donau Scholarship.

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Letters to the Editor

State Rep. Joe Aresimowicz has been touting the recent bi-partisan state budgets as an accomplishment of his. However, the record shows that in 2017 Joe voted in favor of Gov. Malloy's atrocious budget that was crafted behind closed doors with

Joe then voted against the Republican-introduced budget that passed the House and Senate with support from both Democrats and Republicans.

The recent bi-partisan budgets were passed in spite of Joe, not because of him, as Joe has consistently rubberstamped Gov. Malloy's destructive policies. Mike Gagliardi Berlin

Pay to park? To the editor: According to the signs I recently saw, we are going to have to pay to park at the Berlin train station starting in September. Really? Who came up with this brilliant idea? This

makes no sense and I think it will cause people to stay away from using the new train service. I utilized the new CT line train the first week it was operating. I had a meeting in New York City and decided instead of driving to New Haven or Stamford and paying for parking I would take the train from Berlin.

Hartford as well. I figured it was convenient and instead of having to find parking and pay to park in Hartford I could use the train. Now the cost of the ticket (or multiple tickets if going with the family) and parking in Berlin will not really be a savings, so I think I will just drive – it will be less expensive.

The trip worked out fine, but I am not sure I will use it when they start charging for parking in Berlin.

Looks like another great $760 million investment by the state/federal government that is being set up to fail.

I was happy to have the option of taking a train into

Brian Pskowski Berlin

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no Republicans allowed. It was only because some Democrats (not including Joe) voted against it that it failed.


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spending goal department heads would be able to work towards when making their requests.

“There’s a lot of hurdles that we have to cross for next year,� said Board of Finance Chairperson Sam Lomaglio. He agrees that greater communication during the budget drafting process would be an improvement, but said the public needs to be included in the discussions early on as well.

“The budget would be a little bit closer to what the council and Board of Finance are looking for,� said Mayor Mark Kaczynski. “It would be helpful and probably eliminate some time that

Lomaglio is planning to hold a series of public hearings on the budget process starting in September or October to gain insight into what the public believes is an appropriate level of spending and what belongs in the budget.

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Berlin Police Department receives grant for DUI efforts The Berlin Police Department has obtained a grant from the Connecticut Department of Transportation's Highway Safety Divi-

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The purpose of these patrols and checkpoints is to reduce accidents and injuries related to under-theinfluence drivers and to

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After 20 years of providing pain relief and relaxing massages, the owner of The Right Touch Massage in Berlin took a step back and handed the reins to one of his employees. “I’m really happy that the new owner has lots of passion and energy to keep this business going in the right direction,” said Dave Kinney, who had owned the Farmington Avenue business since March 2007.

Jessica Pappas, right, took over ownership of Right Touch Massage in Berlin on June 2. Dave Kinney, left, ran the Farmington Avenue business for 12 years and will continue to work there part-time. Devin Leith-Yessian, The Citizen

Jessica Pappas, who has worked alongside Kinney for 11 years, took over as owner on June 2. “Having had worked here for so long, I was ready for a new chal-

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All persons liable to pay taxes on 1st Installment Real Estate, and all Personal Property and Motor Vehicles in and to the Town of Berlin, Connecticut, are hereby notified that taxes on the Grand List of October 1, 2017, are due July 1, 2018 and payable in full by August 1, 2018. REMINDER: Real Estate tax bills over $100 are split into two installments due July 1, and January 1. 1st Installment Real Estate and all Personal Property and Motor Vehicle taxes become delinquent if not paid on or before August 1, 2018. Interest at the rate of 1.5% per month shall be charged from July 1, 2018, on all taxes not paid on or before August 1, 2018, subject to a minimum interest charge of $2.00. Any and all unpaid back taxes, interest and other charges must be paid in full before payment may be made on the 2017 Grand List taxes. Any person liable for these taxes, who does not receive their bill or bill(s), should contact the Revenue Collector’s Office at once, by phone at 860-828-7023 or in person at 240 Kensington Road, Room 22. Per Sec. 12-130 of the Connecticut General Statutes, failure to receive a bill does not relieve one from the liability for payment.

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Mail payments to: Town of Berlin PO Box 15041 Hartford, CT 06115-0410

Water/Sewer usage bills for the July 1st, 2018 quarterly collection will be mailed out on June 29, 2018 . It covers usage for the months of March, April and May 2018. If you do not receive your bill please call 860-828-7106 at once for a duplicate, thus avoiding delinquent interest charges. BILLS MUST BE PAID OR POSTMARKED BY August 1st, 2018. After that date, delinquent interest will apply at the rate of 1 ½% per month as of July 1, 2018. Please note that the water and sewer rates below as approved by the Water Control Commission will apply to the July 1, 2018 billing. $5.38 per 100 cubic feet of metered water SEWER ONLY – Quarterly Flat Rate $106.88 WATER RATE – $3.12 per 100 cubic feet of metered water IRRIGATION RATE- $3.50 per 100 cubic feet of metered water

All persons liable to pay taxes on Real Estate and Personal Property in and to the Worthington Fire District of the Town of Berlin, CT, are hereby notified that taxes on the Grand List of October 1, 2017 are due and payable in full by July 1, 2018 . SAID TAXES SHALL BECOME DELINQUENT IF NOT PAID ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 1, 2018.

COLLECTION PLACE: Tax Collector’s Office 1400 Berlin Turnpike Berlin, CT 06037

Payments accepted at: Town Hall Revenue Collector’s Office-Room 22 240 Kensington Road Berlin, CT 06037

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