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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Smith, McLachlan pay visit to ShermanNew Fairfield and Sherman. Several Sherman municipal officials, including outg
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 21 days ago
New Fairfield and Sherman. Several Sherman municipal officials, including outgoing Selectman Clay Cope and Selectman-Elect Don Lowe also spoke on the panel and offered their thoughts on how this budget would impact Sherman. Of particular concern... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
N.Y. power plant opponents seek supportas a a nuclear power facility is scheduled to come offline in 2021, according t
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 21 days ago
as a a nuclear power facility is scheduled to come offline in 2021, according to previous articles. First Selectman Don Lowe said he invited representatives from the Cricket Valley plant to speak at Thursday’s Board of Selectmen meeting, but... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
After 11 years, there will be a buffer, sediment basin on Fox Run in Shermannear the northern tip of the lake. “It may be the longest-running agenda item
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 26 days ago
near the northern tip of the lake. “It may be the longest-running agenda item in Sherman history,” said First Selectman Don Lowe, the third chief executive to oversee the project. All three recent first selectmen, in interviews, said it was a... Read more
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The News-Times
After 11 years, there will be a buffer, sediment basin on Fox Run in Shermannear the northern tip of the lake. “It may be the longest-running agenda item
The News-Times / Posted 26 days ago
near the northern tip of the lake. “It may be the longest-running agenda item in Sherman history,” said First Selectman Don Lowe, the third chief executive to oversee the project. All three recent first selectmen, in interviews, said it was a... Read more
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The News-Times
Sherman creates telecommunications committeeongoing efforts. The five residents appointed have been working on behalf of t
The News-Times / Posted 26 days ago
ongoing efforts. The five residents appointed have been working on behalf of the town for a long time, First Selectman Don Lowe said at the meeting. The committee can have up to seven members and will meet monthly. Members will work to... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Sherman creates telecommunications committeeongoing efforts. The five residents appointed have been working on behalf of t
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 26 days ago
ongoing efforts. The five residents appointed have been working on behalf of the town for a long time, First Selectman Don Lowe said at the meeting. The committee can have up to seven members and will meet monthly. Members will work to... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Sherman voters approve new communications systema meeting at Town Hall. Getting the new system in place was a campaign promise
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 28 days ago
a meeting at Town Hall. Getting the new system in place was a campaign promise made by newly elected First Selectman Don Lowe, who took office Jan. 2. “It will improve communication and improve safety in town for both our first responders... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Sherman voters approve new communications systema meeting at Town Hall. Getting the new system in place was a campaign promise
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 1 months ago
a meeting at Town Hall. Getting the new system in place was a campaign promise made by newly-elected First Selectman Don Lowe, who took office Jan. 2. “It will improve communication and improve safety in town for both our first responders... Read more
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The News-Times
Sherman voters approve new communications systema meeting at Town Hall. Getting the new system in place was a campaign promise
The News-Times / Posted 1 months ago
a meeting at Town Hall. Getting the new system in place was a campaign promise made by newly-elected First Selectman Don Lowe, who took office Jan. 2. “It will improve communication and improve safety in town for both our first responders... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Sherman voters approve new communications systema meeting at Town Hall. Getting the new system in place was a campaign promise
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 1 months ago
a meeting at Town Hall. Getting the new system in place was a campaign promise made by newly-elected First Selectman Don Lowe, who took office Jan. 2. “It will improve communication and improve safety in town for both our first responders... Read more
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The News-Times
Sherman residents to vote on new radio systemMidwestern town, Fuchs said, but Sherman’s topography makes it hard for radio t
The News-Times / Posted 1 months ago
Midwestern town, Fuchs said, but Sherman’s topography makes it hard for radio transmissions to travel. First Selectman Don Lowe said he expects the measures to pass. The $147,000 is also “a bargain,” Fuchs said. Some two years ago, when town... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Sherman residents to vote on new radio systemMidwestern town, Fuchs said, but Sherman’s topography makes it hard for radio t
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 1 months ago
Midwestern town, Fuchs said, but Sherman’s topography makes it hard for radio transmissions to travel. First Selectman Don Lowe said he expects the measures to pass. The $147,000 is also “a bargain,” Fuchs said. Some two years ago, when town... Read more
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