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OLD LYME. New London County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Set off from Saybrook, February 13, 1665; Inc., May, 1855, as South Lyme; taken from Lyme; name changed in 1857. Total area: 28.8 sq. miles; land area: 23.1 sq. miles. Population: est., 7,521. Voting district: 1. Residential community and summer resort. Freight: Served by Providence and Worcester Co. and numerous motor common carriers. Post offices: Old Lyme and South Lyme.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Eileen K. Coffee; Hours, 9:00 A.M.-Noon, 1-4 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, 52 Lyme St., 06371; Tel., (860) 434-1605, ext. 220, 221; FAX, (860) 434-1400. Website: www.oldlyme-ct.gov.--Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Vicki Urbowicz.--Selectmen, 1st, Bonnie A. Reemsnyder (D), Tel., (860) 434-1605, Mary Jo Nosal (D), Arthur E. Sibley, Jr. (R).--Treas., Timothy C. Griswold.--Bd. of Finance, Andrew L. Russell, Chm., Bennett J. Bernblum, H. Perry Garvin III, Christopher W. Kerr, Janet G. Sturges, David Woolley; Alternates, Adam Burrows, Robert Jose, J. David Kelsey.--Tax Collector, Judith A. Tooker.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, George Finley, Timothy C. Griswold, Roderick M. White.--Assessor, Walter E. Kent, Jr.--Registrars of Voters, Marylin C. Clarke (D), Catherine Q. Carter (R).--Supt. of Schools, Ian Neviaser.--Pension Comm., Jeff Hartmann, Gil Soucie, vacancy; Kathleen Hall, Ex Officio; Robert Jose, Ex Officio.--Bd. of Education, Erick Cushman, Nancy Lucas Edson, Rick Goulding, Diane Linderman, Michelle Roche, Jean Wilczynski, Stacy Winchell.--Planning Comm., Harold L. Thompson, Chm., Robert P. McCarthy, Vice Chm., Edgar Butcher, Christopher W. Kerr, Steven A. Ross; Alternates, Barbara Gaudio, Todd Machnik, Donald Willis.--Zoning Comm., Jane E. Cable, Chm., Jane R. Marsh, Paul Orzel, Gil Soucie, Alan Todd; Alternates, Stacy Winchell, two vacancies.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Karen Conniff, Nancy Hutchinson, Kip Kotzan, Judy McQuade, Mary Stone; Alternates, Marisa Hartmann, Harry Plaut, vacancy.--Economic Development Comm., Robert Jose, Chm., Joseph Camean, Susan H. Cihocki, Heather Gagnon, William O'Meara, John Stratton, three vacancies.--Ethics Comm., Robert Staab, Chm., Michael P. O'Brien, Vice Chm., Dwayne Basler, Jennifer Kendall, Patricia M. Trainor; Alternates, three vacancies.--Conservation Comm., Tom Sherer, Chm., Susan Baehr, Maureen Hasely-Jones, George James, Maureen Plumleigh, vacancy; Alternates, Rebecca Waldo; two vacancies.--Open Space, Diana A. Johnson, Chm., Bruce Baratz, Amanda Blair, Peter Cable, William Dunbar, Evan Griswold, George James; Alternates, Gary Gregory, Mary Stone, vacancy.--Inland Wetlands Comm., Lewis DiCamillo, Chm., Victoria Fallon, Rachael Gaudio, Gary Gregory, Evan Griswold, Tom Machnik, Christian Tompkins; Alternates, Robert DePianta, vacancy.--Water Pollution Control Auth., Richard Prendergast, Chm., Donna Bednar, Vice Chm., Sal Cancelliere, Joseph Carpentino, Frank Chan, Andrea Lombard, Robert McCarthy, Dmitri Tolchinski, Douglas Wilkinson; Alternates, Steve Cinami, two vacancies.--Flood and Erosion Control Bd., Todd Machnik, Chm., Gary D. Smith, Vice Chm., Ellie Czarnowski, Steve Martino, Steve Ross; Alternates, Donald Willis, two vacancies.--Shellfish Comm., Mervin F. Roberts, Chm., Todd Machnik, John Seckla.--Harbor Mgmt. Comm., Steve Ross, Chm., Ned Farman, Vice Chm., Robert Doyen, Robert Falaguerra, George Finley, William Harris, John MacDonald, Michael Magee, Tom Meyer; Alternates, Jeffrey Meinke, two vacancies; Harry Plaut, Harbormaster; Michael Mackey, Deputy Harbormaster.--Historic Dist. Comm., John Pfeiffer, Chm., John Forbis, Vice Chm., James Bechtel, Dini Mallory, Barbara S. Traskos; Alternates, Jeff Cooley, Cynthia Taylor, vacancy.--Town Historian, John Pfeiffer.--Lymes Senior Center Bd., Susan Campbell, Chm., Jeri Baker, Diane Blackwell, John Cody, Ann Griffith, Doris Johnson, Dorothy McAndrew, Mary Miles. vacancy.--Social Svs., Jennifer Datum.--Senior Center Dir., Stephanie Lyon Gould.--Comm. on Aging., Joan Bonvicin, Clifford Johnson, Dorothy McAndrew, Doris Rand, Phyllis Shepard-Tambini.--Municipal Agent for the Elderly, vacancy.--Dir. of Health, Vijay Sikand, MD.--Visiting Nurse, Karen Veselka.--Parks and Recreation Comm., Robert Dunn, Chm., John Flower, Mary Ellen Garbarino, Missy Garvin, Tim Gavin, Nigel Logan, Glynn McAraw; Donald Bugbee, Dir.--Building Official, John Flower.--Rogers Lake Auth., Richard Smith, Chm., Tom Baehr, Robert Recor.--Tree Warden, Thomas Degnan.--Tree Comm., Joanne DiCamillo, Chm., Anne Bing, Geraldine Foster, Emily Griswold, vacancy; Alternates, Joan Flynn, M.D., vacancy; Tom Degnan, Ex Officio.--Sanitarian, Ledge Light Health District.--Chief of Fire Dept., Thomas Risom.--Fire Marshal/Emergency Mgmt. Dir., David Roberge.--Animal Control, Lynn Philomen.--Town Atty., Suisman/Shapiro.--Judge of Probate, Atty. Jeffrey McNamara.--Justices of the Peace, William U. Archer, Peter M. Bauchmann, John A. Bysko, Jane E. Cable, Nancy L. Campbell, Christopher Carter, Karen B. Conniff, Barbara McBride Doyen, Jason C. Gagnon, Timothy C. Griswold, Luisa B. Grogan, Doris C. Johnson, Victoria K. Lanier, Leslie J. Massa, Brendan P. McKeever, Mary Jo Nosal, Agnes Q. O'Connor, Christopher F. Oliveira, Frank S. Pappalardo, Lawrence I. Peterson, Jr., Daria M. Phelps, Harry Plaut, Doris A. Recor, Bonnie A. Reemsnyder, Ruth D. Roach, Mervin F. Roberts, Jennie A. Rubera, John D. Seckla, Michellee K. Speirs, Mary Stone, Judith A. Tooker.

OLD SAYBROOK. Middlesex County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., July 8, 1854. Total area: 21.6 sq. miles; land area: 15.0 sq. miles. Population: est., 10,160. Voting districts: 2. Principal industries: electronics, boat building, photographic supplies, printing, tools and dies, and food processing. Transp.--Passenger: Served by Amtrak, and by Greyhound. Freight: Served by Providence and Worcester Co. and numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Old Saybrook.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Sarah V. Becker; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, 302 Main St., 06475; Tel., (860) 395-3135; FAX, (860) 395-5014. Website: www.oldsaybrookct.org. E-mail: sarah.becker@oldsaybrookct.gov.--Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs. of Vital Statistics, Christina Antolino, Cynthia E. Kane.--Selectmen, 1st, Carl P. Fortuna (R), Tel., (860) 395-3123; FAX, (860) 395-3125, Carol A. Conklin (D), Scott M. Giegerich(R).--Treas., Robert W. Fish.--Bd. of Finance, David F. LaMay, Chm., Breckenridge Lindley, John J. O'Brien, Barry S. O'Nell, Carol Rzasa, Thomas D. Stevenson, Brad Thorpe.--Tax Collector, Barry E. Maynard; Asst., Wendy Morison.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Ruth M. Fitzgerald, Chm., Peter T. Gallagher, Cornelius B. McCrudden.--Assessor, Norman B. Wood.--Registrars of Voters, Joan Strickland (D), Joan Broadhurst (R).--Supt. of Schools, Jan Perruccio.--Bd. of Education, Eileen D. Baker, Philip H. Broadhurst III, Karen E. Brodeur, George Chang, James Henderson, Alan R. Hyla, Kelley Elizabeth Kennedy, Holly R. King, Joanne M. Sullivan.--Ethics Comm., Edward Cassella, Donald Hunt, Kerry E. Knobelsdorff, Paula A. Ladd, M.J. Lewandowski.--Planning Comm., Janis L. Esty, Robert D. Missel, Kenneth Soudan, Michael Urban, Daniel J. Walden; Alternates, Douglas McCracken, Kathleen Sugland, vacancy.--Zoning Comm., Mark R. Caldarella, Madeleine B. Fish, Robert C. Friedmann, Joseph Colin Heffernan, Geraldine M. Lewis; Alternates, Michael Cianfaglione, Joanne Gadon, vacancy.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Rexford H. McCall, Chm., Dorothy T. Alexander, Adam Boyd, Philip Broadhurst, Robert J. McIntyre; Alternates, Kevin Danby, Carl S. Von Dassel, Jr., Catherine Purcell.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Christina Costa.--Economic Development Comm., Joseph J. Arcari, David Cole, Carol Conklin, John DeCristofoto, James D. Keating, Matthew J. Pugliese, Elizabeth Swenson; Alternates, Bruce Greenfield, Sandra Roberts; Susan Beckman, Exec. Dir.--Conservation Comm., Jerry P. Brophy, Katharine Constable, Richard Esty, Robert W. Fish, Nina Garrett, Emily Mammen Grochowski, Donna Leake.--Inland Wetlands Comm., Janis Esty; Members-at-Large, Paul Carver, Brendan McKeown, vacancy; Alternates, Paula Kay, Elizabeth Steffen, Charles Wehrly.--Aquifer Protection Agency, Janis Esty, Richard Esty, J. Colin Hefferman, vacancy; Alternates, Paula Kay, Elizabeth Steffen, Charles Wehrly III.--Agent for the Elderly, Susan Consoli.--Municipal Advocate for the Disabled, Heather McNeil.--Public Health Nursing Bd., Sharon G. Craft, Diane A. Depaola, Priscilla Funck, Mary E. Kennedy, Donald Mill, Elizabeth Owen, Joseph Termine; Alternate, Mary Anne Iadarola.--Library Dirs., William Michael Cameron, Paula J. Gibble, Janet Hodge-Burke, Patricia O'Brien, Alan L. Schwarz, Kathleen Smith, Nancy Walsh, Nathan Wise, vacancy.--Municipal Historian, Elaine Staplins.--Parks and Recreation Comm., Thomas Boland, Robert C. Burke, Susan E. Esty, James Henderson, Dennis Interlandi, Kevin S. Lane, Star Rueckert; Ray Allen, Dir.--Supt. of Public Works, Lawrence Bonin.--Building Inspector, Donald Lucas.--Building Bd. of Appeals, Edmund Binder, Kenneth Gibble, C. Talcott Scovill, Robert Wendler.--Shellfish Comm., Lawrence P. Bonin, Chm., Howard E. Clark, Jr., Earl Endrich, Sr., Paul Labriola, James Mitchell.--Harbor Mgmt. Comm., David Cole, Raymond V. Collins, Jr., Paul Connolly, Richard Goduti, Robert Murphy.--Chief of Police, Michael A. Spera.--Police Comm., Christina P. Burnham, Brian Coppes, Donald A. Cooper, Joseph Maselli, Dan Moran, Adam M. Stuart, Carl S. VonDassel.--Chief of Fire Dept., Jay Rankin; Deputy, Joe Johnson.--Fire Marshal, Donn Dobson.--Emergency Mgmt. Dir., Michael A. Spera.--Town Atty., Michael E. Cronin.--Justices of the Peace, Tabitha Albert, Joyce L. Cappiello, Carol Conklin, Craig M. Cooke, Susan M. DeBlasiis, John F. DeCristoforo, Allan Fogg, Carl P. Fortuna, Jr., Donald E. Hunt, Mary E. Kennedy, Kathleen Foley Marshall, Barbara J. Maynard, William E. Millspaugh, Janet V. Murray, Barry S. O'Nell, Joseph Onofrio II, Arthur K. Pope, Emilio J. Scamporino, William L. Sparaco, Michael Spera, Elizabeth D. Steffen, Joan B. Strickland, John J. Torrenti, Jr.

ORANGE. New Haven County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., May, 1822, taken from Milford and New Haven. Total area: 17.4 sq. miles; land area: 17.2 sq. miles. Population: est., 13,944. Voting districts: 3. Principal industries: corporate headquarters, telecommunications, retail and fine restaurants, research and development, printing, woodworking, home building, surgical equipment, child care, precision equipment, industrial sheet metal, grafting wax, steel sash, machine screws and communications equipment, and candy making. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of Connecticut Transit. Freight: Served by Conrail and numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Orange.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Patrick B. O'Sullivan II; Hours, 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M., Mon.-Fri.; Address, Town Hall, 617 Orange Center Rd., 06477-2423; Tel., New Haven, (203) 891-4730; FAX, (203) 891-2185. Website: www.orange-ct.gov.-- Asst. Clerk and Asst. Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mary Jane Whalen.--Selectmen, 1st, James M. Zeoli (R), Tel., (203) 891-4737, Paul Davis (D), Mitchell R. Goldblatt (D), John Carangelo (R), Ralph G. Okenquist (R), Judy W. Williams (R).--Treas., Arthur B. Williams III.--Bd. of Finance, Kevin Houlihan, Chm., Robert Bocek, James A. Leahy, Kevin T. Moffett, Joseph Nuzzo, P.J. Shanley; Alternate, Patricia Romano.--Dir. of Finance, John M. Cifarelli.--Bd. of Ethics, Jena Barretta, John M. Barton III, William Butler, William Musco, vacancy.--Tax Collector, Sandra Pierson; Assts., Sally Ferko, Stephanie Kennedy.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Richard Cenami, Chm., Andrew Blanchette, Albert Melotto, Richard Polio, George Russo, Jr.--Assessor, Mark Branchesi.--Registrars of Voters, Janice Casey (D), Frederick Kendrick (R).--Supt. of Schools, Vincent Scarpetti.--Bd. of Education, William Kraut, Chm., Kimberley M. Browe, Jeffrey Capp, Chantell Ewen-Bunnell, Betty Hadlock, Deanna M. Pucillo, Susan E. Riccio, Mara Saccente, Christian Young, Ken Ziman.--Planning and Zoning Comm., Walter E. Beau Clark IV, Chm., Ralph Aschettino, Paul Kaplan, Oscar M. Parente, Judy Smith.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Noah Eisenhandler, Chm., Kenneth Gambardella, Rudolph Miller, Gregory Natalino, Pat Panza; Alternate, David Crow, Matthew Pickering.--Zoning Enforcement Officer, Paul Dinice.--Economic Development Comm., Armand Cantafio, Chm., Royce Brosler, Nisha Falcigno, Barbara Germano, Carl Russell.--Conservation Comm., Cindy Ruggeri, Chm., Jonathan Clark, Sharon Ewen, David Krause, Robert McCorkle, Kent Tullo, Amy Williams.--Tree Comm., Philip Grande, Chm., Gail Nixon, Cameron Pirc, vacancy.--Inland Wetlands Comm., Rick Mangione, Chm., James Ewen, Lesley Giovanelli, John Hudson, William C. Perfetto Jr., Diana Ross, Ronald Ruotolo.--Historic Dist. Comm., John Brandes, Chm., Marvin Jamron, Vice Chm., Patricia Clark, Clifford Dudley, vacancy; Alternate, vacancy.--Community Svs. Comm., Michael Storz, Chm., Nettie Bartocetti, Peter Boppert, S. Aileen De Feo, Kevin Hadlock, Veronica Hendrick, Antoinette Hudgens, Betsey Kirchberg, Susan Noonan, James M. White; Arlene Consiglio, Pat Ziman, Dir.--Orange Government Access Channel Comm., Sol Silverstein, Chm., Gary DelPiano, Robert Kelly, Tina Magyar, Michael Papa, Marian Reid, Corey Ziman.--Dir. of Health, Amir Mohammad M.D.; Asst., Robert Baltimore, M.D.--Bd. of Public Health, Severio Fodero, Chm., Paul Barash, M.D., Rhoda Gorenberg, Carol Luddy, Norman Marieb, Ferdinand Montegut, three vacancies.--Library Dirs., Katalin Baltimore, Chm., Nancy Becque, Stephanie Cuzzocreo, Diana Duarte, Sharon Greco, Ursula Hindel, Edward Martin, Elizabeth Meyer, Michael Teller, Maureen White; Meryl Farber, Librarian.--Parks and Recreation Comm., Joseph Lembo, Chm., Nicholas Bencivengo, Stephen Bespuda, David Corris, Linda Kantor, James O'Connor, James Ronai, Chuck Stackpole, Lisa Zarny; Dan Lynch, Dir.--Youth Svs. Coordinator, John Ulatowski.--Town Engineer/Dir. of Public Works, Robert Hiza.--Building Inspector, Lucien DiMeo.--Sewer Supt., R. Scott Allen.--Tree Warden, Joseph Ross.--Building Bd. of Appeals, Ralph Aschettino, William Bergantino, Paul Foley, Pat Moscato, vacancy.--Water Pollution Control Auth., Philip Grande, Sr., Chm., Nick Mastrangelo, Michael Ritchelli, C. Robert Sigler, Michael Visnic.--Sanitarian, Brian Slugoski.--Chief of Police, Robert Gagne.--Police Comm., Donald Lewis, Chm., John Barton, Christopher Carveth, Roy Cuzzocreo, Mark Grasso.--Constables, Jody B. Daymon, Michael P. Donadeo, Santo Galatiolo, Jr., Glen Papelo, Robert C. Shanley, Randolph D. Thomas, Jeffrey P. Vargo.--Chief of Fire Dept., John Knight.--Fire Marshal, Timothy P. Smith.--Emergency Mgmt. Advisory Council Dir., Fred Palmer.--Town Atty., Vincent Marino.--Justices of the Peace, Carmela N. Apuzzo, Karen Arnold, Tracy Benedetto, Christopher B. Carveth, Susan Clark, Alexandra Joy Crocco, Teresa L. DeNichols, Leone DiSorbo, Noah Eisenhandler, Vincent Farricielli, Santo J. Galatioto, John Grasso, Marie Gull, Marian K. Hurley, Carlyne Labrecque, Susan Ann Noonan, Audrey Packo, Glenn F. Pearson, Craig Stahl, Suzanne Sutton.

OXFORD. New Haven County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., Oct., 1798; taken from Derby and Southbury. Total area: 33.4 sq. miles; land area: 32.9 sq. miles. Population: est., 13,013. Voting district: 1. Principal industry: agriculture and light manufacturing. Transp.--Freight: Airport, served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Oxford.

TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Margaret A. West; Hours, 9:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M., Mon.; 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M., Tues.-Thurs.; 8:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M., Fri. (This office closes for lunch between 12:30 P.M.-1:00 P.M. each day). Address, 486 Oxford Rd., 06478-1298; Tel., (203) 888-2543; FAX, (203) 888-2136. Website: www.oxford-ct.gov. E-mail: townclerk@oxford-ct.gov.--Asst. Clerks and Asst. Regs. of Vital Statistics, Rosemary Harner, Linda J. McKane.--Selectmen, 1st, George R. Temple (R), Tel., (203) 888-2543, Kathy Johnson (D), Jeffrey J. Haney, Sr. (R).--Treas., Michael F. Angelini, Sr.--Tax Collector, Sharon Trede.-- Bd. of Finance, Susan L. Arpin, Robert A. DeBisschop, Lila Ferrillo, Dana D. Flach, Thomas J. Kelly, Jack Kiley.--Bd. of Ethics, Mary Androski, Ben Blue, Susan Decker, Ron Kostek, William A. Leider, Patricia Tarasovic, David Vernooy.--Bd. of Assessment Appeals, Edward L. Carver, Jr., Linda F. Czaplinski, Ann Krane.--Assessor, Eva Lintzner.--Registrars of Voters, Joanne Jelenik (D), Linda Crowe (R).--Int. Supt. of Schools, Ana V. Ortiz.--Bd. of Education, Stephen C. Brown, Melissa R. Cole, Amy B. Cote, Paula A. Guillet, Susan G. Kiernan, Shelley Lacey-Castelot, William M. Miller, Susan G. O'Brien, Diane L. Soracco.--Planning and Zoning Comm., Tanya Carver, Patrick Cocchiarello, Harold J. Cosgrove, Robert M. Costigan, Jr., Arnold Jensen, Jeffrey P. Luff, Todd Romagna; Alternates, John Kerwin, Mackenzie Macchio, Peter Zbras.--Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Paul Aiksnoras, Larry K. Ellis, Alan S. Goldstone, Ovid W. Haskins, Jeffrey T. Holmes; Alternates, Gerald Petrucelli, Andrew J. Pianca, vacancy.--Economic Development Comm., Patricia Blanko, Michael Caprio, Edward Carver, Michael Macchio, August A. Palmer III, Victor Tomporowski, Daniel Wall; Alternates, Jay Borkowski, vacancy; Andrew McGeever, Dir.--Housing Auth., Robert Peck, Chm., Peter Aiksnoras, Elaine Barrett, William Burns, Kathleen O'Connell.--Conservation and Inland Wetlands Comm., Michael Herde, Chm., Joseph Lanier, Susan Purcella-Gibbons, William A. Richter, Ethan A. Stewart.--Aquifer Protection Agency, Tanya Carver, Chm., Patrick Cocchiarello, Harold J. Cosgrove, Arnold Jensen, Jeffrey P. Luff; Alternates, Arnie Jensen, John Kerwin, Glenn Persson, Todd Romagna, Ed Rowland, Pete Zbras.--Elderly Comm., Betty Andrews, Jean Brown, Joyce Niestemski, Fred Schaub, Marilyn Serus, vacancy.--Dir. of Health, Neal A. Lustig.--Library Dirs., William Federowicz, Edward Gawitt, Jr., Maryellen Joncyk, Margaret M. Keating, Kathleen O'Brien, vacancy.--Municipal Historian, Dorothy A. DeBisschop.--Park and Recreation Comm., Greg Baktis, Christine Bavone, Thomas Federowicz, James Leach, Kenneth Maher, Elaine Raccio, Glen Schumitz, Joyce Silverkleit, Kelly Weymer.--Park and Recreation Dir., Debra Gatto.--Public Works Dir./Engineer, vacancy.--Tree Warden, Joseph Dempsey, Jr.--Town Engineers, Nafis and Young.--Building Official, Gordon Gramolini.--Building Code Bd. of Appeals, Steven J. Fetyko, Andrew Gazsi, Leonard J. Tomasheski, two vacancies.--Water Pollution Control Auth., Fred D'Amico, Chm., Karl E. Borkowski, Larry Ellis, Robert Farnum, Robert Peck.--Lake Authorities, Housatonic: Scott Ames, Kathy Udall, Michael Udall; Zoar: Jamie Dobrovich, John Downs, Jr., Richard Speer.--Sanitarians, Joe Kmetz, Nancy Kontout, Mona LaBissionaire.--Chief of Police, George R. Temple.--Resident State Trooper, Sgt. Daniel Semosky.--Chief of Fire Dept./Civil Preparedness Dir./Fire Marshal, Scott Pelletier.--Town Atty., Kevin Condon, Condon & Savitt PC.--Justices of the Peace, Susan L. Arpin, Carl William Bosch, Peter Bunzl, Edward L. Carver, Jr., Kate C. Cosgrove, Lila Ferrillo, Joanne P. Jelenik, Nelson Jones, Jack Kiley, Linda J. McKane, Mary Beth Nelsen, Joyce A. Niestemski, Glen P. Persson, Timothy M. Richmond, Henry E. Rotzal, Jr., Paul T. Schreiber, Nanci D. Simmons, Marie Stempert, Beverly A. Stebbins, George R. Temple, Rocco G. Trongadi, Peter R. Zbras, Sr.