THOMASTONLitchfield County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., Jul., 1875; taken from Plymouth. Principal industries: injection molding, manufacture of wire, metal pressed sheets and rods, metal shears, electronic equipment, and other metal fabrication. Transp.--Freight: Served by Boston and Maine Corporation and numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Thomaston; one rural free delivery route.
TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Catherine P. DuPont. Address, Town Hall, 158 Main St., 06787; Tel., (860) 283-4141; FAX, (860) 283-1013. Website: E-mail: of Selectmen, 1st, Edmond V. Mone (R), Tel., (860) 283-4421, Jeffrey Dunn (D), Roger Perreault (R).--Town Treasurer, Lawrence Duffany.--Board of Finance, Luke Freimuth, Michael S. Madow, George P. Seabourne, Richard Sileo, Adam Silverman, Stephen R. Turner, Jr.--Tax Collector, Cassie Gorman.--Board of Assessment Appeals, Frederick H. Grohs, John Petrucci, David Shypinka.--Registrars of Voters, Joyce Pichette (D), Lydia Kalat (R).--Board of Education, Beth Campbell, Steven Carr, David Colavecchio, Marie Eldridge, Sarah Ethier, Ruthann H. Fainer, Heather Patchell, Frank Treglia, Matthew Van Ormer.--Library Directors, Jennifer Delaney, Melanie Dobos, Peter J. Foley, Jr., Kathy Freimuth, Maryann Hyres, James Kaniewski, Barbara Lee, Allyn Manning, Phyllis Nardella, Rita M. Ostrander, Kate Sileo, Kimberly Theriault.--Fire Commissioners, Henry McGee, Robert Norton, Jr., Jon-Paul Oldham, Allan Olivero, Timothy J. Quinn, Sr., Jeremiah J. Scully.--Justices of the Peace, Patricia Bosco, Amanda Burch, Beth Ann Campbell, David Colavecchio, Lawrence Duffany, Jr., Wayne Kamens, Hedy Kelley, Karen Lamy, John C. Rachuba, George Seabourne, Marjorie Wilson.
THOMPSONWindham County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., May, 1785; taken from Killingly. Principal industries: Manufacturing of electronic components, corrugated boxes, metal fabrication, machinery, tool and die, injection molding, well drilling bits/equip., lumber and milling, bakery, agriculture, farming, greenhouses, warehouse and distribution facilities. Numerous commercial, professional services, retail, equine activities, motorsports, and recreation. Historic River Mill with nearly 500,000 sq. ft. of space for manufacturing, light industry, offices, and distribution; the entire building is accessible to loading docks. The Town is graced with a colonial-era center and is common with the surrounding National Historic Register District. Two private schools in addition to a recently expanded and modernized public school. Transp.--Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Railroad sidings available; served by Providence and Worcester RR. Post offices: Thompson, Grosvenor Dale, North Grosvenor Dale, and Quinebaug.
TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Renee Waldron. Address, Town Office Bldg., 815 Riverside Dr., P.O. Box 899, No. Grosvenor Dale 06255-0899; Tel., Putnam, (860) 923-9900; FAX, (860) 923-7426. Website: E-mail: of Selectmen, 1st, Amy St. Onge (R), Tel., (860) 923-9561, Ken Beausoleil (D), Susanne Witkowski (R).--Board of Finance, Aaron McGarry, Chm., Laurent Guillott, Stephen Herbert, David Johnson, Robert K. Mann, Robert Werge, Jr.--Tax Collector, Rene J. Morin.--Board of Assessment Appeals, Erica Ellison-Groh, Chm., Daniel W. Santerre, vacancy.--Registrars of Voters, A. Aileen Witkowski (D), Francis J. McGarry (R).--Board of Education, Kathleen Herbert, Chm., Thomas M. Angelo, Danielle Armstong-Carlson, Jessica Bolte, Valentine L. Iamartino, Linda Jarmolowicz, Matthew Polsky, Heather Santos, William Witkowski.--Planning and Zoning Commission, Joseph A. Parodi-Brown, Chm., Randolph C. Blackmer, Jr., Alvan R. Hill, Michael J. Krogul, Charlene J. Langlois, John B. Lenky, David Joseph Poplawski, John J. Rice, Jane Salce, Raymond Williams; Alternates, Kies Orr-LaVack, Brian Santos, Robert J. Werge, Sr.--Zoning Board of Appeals, Kevin Beno, Chm., Geoffrey Bolte, Kirby Cunha, Jason St. Onge, Kenneth Weiss; Alternates, Ross Dimock, Leslie Lavallee, Paul Lenky.--Library Trustees, Mary Fatsi, Chm., Robert A. LaChance, Donna Reynolds Lynch, Anna A. Naum, Bernadette M. Quercia, A. Aileen Witkowski.--Water Pollution Control Authority, Michael J. Krogul, Chm., Adrien LaPalme, Stephen Nickerson, Victor Nizamoff, H. Charles O’Bert.--Justices of the Peace, Kimberly Austin, John L. Bell, Sr., Michelle Chapdelaine, Herbert E. Corttis, Christopher Eichner, Ted A. Gagne, Larry Groh, Jr., Joseph Iamartino, Valentine Iamartino, Michael Krogul, Brian Lynch, Albert J. Marcoux, Jr., Joseph Parodi-Brown, Tyra Penn-Gesek, Matthew Bailey Polsky, Amy J. St. Onge, Jane D. Salce, Marvin J. Wilbur, Douglas J. Williams.
TOLLANDTolland County.--(Form of government, town manager, town council.)--Named, May 1715. Inc., May, 1722. Principal industry: manufacturing and professional services. Freight: Served by numerous motor carriers. Post office: Tolland.
TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Kathleen Pagan. Address, Hicks Memorial Municipal Center, 21 Tolland Green, 06084-9445; Tel., Rockville, (860) 871-3630; FAX, (860) 871-3663. Website: E-mail: Council, Steven Jones, Chm., John Reagan, Vice Chm., Sami Kahn, Lou Luba, Katherine Murray, Tammy Nuccio, Colleen Yudichak.--Registrars of Voters, R. Michael Wyman (D), Leonard A. Bach (R).--Board of Education, Ashley Lundgren, Chm., Sophia Shaikh, Vice Chm., Anthony Holt, Secy., Jennifer Gallichant, Christine Griffin, Jacob Marie, Dana Philbin, Christina Plourd, Jayden Regisford; Rotating Member Council Liaisons.--Tax Collector, Michele Manas.--Library Board, Lynn Caley, Kathryn Hahn Deffely, Sarah Goldman, Bettye-Jo Pakulis, Debra Slack, Susan H. Simons, Cathy Wilcox.--Board of Assessment Appeals, Jeannette Jamieson, Robert Paisley, Madhu Renduchintala, Jan Rubino.--Planning and Zoning Commission, Andy Powell, Chm., Deb Goetz, Secy., Marilee Beebe, Joe Matteis, Erin Stavens, Ryan McCann, JP Olynyk; Lou Luba, Council Liaison.--Zoning Board of Appeals, Claudette Morehouse, Chm., Ben Chevalier, Vice Chm., Robert Burns, Secy., Nate Carlson, Michael Martel; Alternate, Jean Fiske.--Justices of the Peace, Carolyn R. Bach, Kathleen W. Bach, Tara K. Dojan, Cynthia Eichner, Robert Green, Louis J. Luba, Susan Luce, Katherine Marcia, Patricia Moriarty, Cynthia Murdock, Bettye-Jo Pakulis, William K. Pakulis, Jason Philbin, Robert Powell, Jan Rubino, Ester Sanches-Naek, Edward L. Sederquest, Arden S. Tanner, April C. Teveris, Antoinette Webster, Nancy S. Wyman.
TORRINGTONLitchfield County.--(Form of government, mayor, city council.)--Inc. as a town, Oct. 1740; Inc. as a city, Oct. 1, 1923. Principal industries: arts and cultural institutions, healthcare services, high-tech industrial sewing, fuel cell, construction, warehouse distribution, manufacture of ball bearings, machinery, injection molding. Transp.--Passenger: Served by Peter Pan Bus Lines. Local transportation is furnished by Northwestern Connecticut Transit District. Post office: Torrington.
CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. City Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Carol L. Anderson, MMC. Address, Municipal Bldg., 140 Main St., 06790; Tel., (860) 489-2236; FAX, (860) 489-2548. Website:, Elinor C. Carbone (R).--Board of Councilmen, Mayor Elinor C. Carbone, Chm., Paul Cavagnero, Keri Hoehne, Armand Maniccia, David L. Oliver, Anne L. Ruwet, Drake L. Waldron.--Board of Selectmen, Marjorie Farley, James P. Steck, Tim Waldron.--Town Treasurer, Daniel T. Farley.--Registrars of Voters, Debra Whitten (D), Frederick E. Jury (R).--Board of Finance, Mayor Elinor C. Carbone, Chm., Christopher R. Anderson, Christopher Beyus, Mark B. Bushka, Deborah Iannacito, Laurene Pesce, James Wright.--Board of Assessment Appeals, George Noujaim, Chm., Diane Holland, Patricia Ward.--Board of Education, Fiona Cappabianca, Chm., Glenn Burger, Edward M. Corey, Susan P. Depretis, Gary Eucalitto, Ellen G. Hoehne, John Kissko, Jeffrey Putnam, Cathleen M. Todor, vacancy.--Tax Collector, Launa M. Goslee.--Board of Public Safety, Mayor Elinor C. Carbone, Chm., Darlene Battle, Douglas J. Benedetto, Gregg G. Cogswell, Joseph A. McElroy, Glenn McLeod, Molly Spino.--Constables, Rick E. Dalla Valle, Ruth Nadeau Dwyer, Paul Farley, Rachel Hannon-Harrel, Donna L. Isely, Ronald Raymond, Jr., Robert Starr.--Justices of the Peace, Joseph M. Albanese, Jr., Don Vaniah Alexander, Christopher Beyus, Kenneth A. Buckbee, John F. Busa, Todd M. Bryda, Susan M. Canciani, Elinor C. Carbone, Diana M. Carroll, Gregg Cogswell, Michiel D. Considine, Michelle Cook, Jo-An C. Cracco, Rick E. Dalla Valle, John A. “Jack” Dillon, John F. Fabiaschi, Eugene S. Farley, Maria Gonzalez, Stephen M. Gromko, Paul B. Hamlin, Rachel Harrel, Tim Hemenway, Brandon A. Herman, Keri Lee Hoehne, Donna L. Isely, Frederick E. Jury, Alexa J. Keener, John M. Kissko, Heidi E. Laus, Lucille E. Maniago, John D. McKeon, Glenn McLeod, Marco A. Monroy, Effie Mwando, George Noujaim, Lucille A. Paige, Kathleen M. Patterson, Douglas Pecor, Laurene McCaffrey Pesce, Marilyn Plaskiewicz, Joseph L. Quartiero, Owen J. Quinn, Jr., Eugene T. Redmond, Freda Rogers-Shaw, Osvaldo Rosado, Frank J. Rubino, Anne L. Ruwet, Hansel Schneider, Desaree L. Sikora, Lori Simoncelli, Molly Spino, Norma Jean Sweet-Loverin, Cathleen M. Todor, Deana M. Wellnitz, Edward C. Wilmot, Mary E. Yorker, Beth H. Zukowski.
TRUMBULLFairfield County.--(Form of government, first selectman, town council, board of finance.)--Inc., Oct., 1797; taken from Stratford. Principal industry: real estate, largely a residential area. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of the Greater Bridgeport Transit Dist. Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Trumbull; house deliveries by carriers.
TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Mary Markham. Address, Town Hall, 5866 Main St., 06611-3193; Tel., (203) 452-5035; FAX, (203) 452-5094.--Selectman, 1st, Vicki A. Tesoro (D), Tel., (203) 452-5006.--Town Council, Ashley
Gaudiano, Chm.; Dist. 1, Michael Buswell, Mary Isaac, Dede Robinson; Dist. 2, Bill Mecca, Nicole Satin, Donna Siedell; Dist. 3, Alissa Hall, Veronica Lenzen, Jason Marsh; Dist. 4, Anthony Dorsey, Ashley Gaudiano, Olga Leira; Dist. 5, Joy Colon, Stephen Lemoine, Kelly Mallozzi; Dist. 6, Dawn Cantafio, Christopher DeCruze, Carl Massaro, Jr.; Dist. 7, Thomas Whitmoyer, Vice Chm., Tony Scinto, Kevin Shively.--Town Treasurer, Anthony Musto.--Board of Finance, Lainie McHugh, Chm., Michael Barker, Justin Scheuble, Paul Timpanelli, Scott Zimov; Alternates, Vincent DeGennaro, Christine El Eris, Marc Mascola.--Board of Assessment Appeals, Gail Ayotte, Timothy Cantafio, Jeffrey Craw.--Registrars of Voters, Jean Rabinow (D), Tracy Vonick (R).--Library Board, John Carpenter, Chm., Marc St. Louis, Vice Chm, John F. Breedis, Carol Porrata Elstein, Mary Santilli, Rosemary Seaman, Gail Voytek.--Tax Collector, Donna M. Pellitteri.--Board of Education, Lucinda Timpanelli, Chm., Christopher Bandecchi, Tim Gallo, Julia McNamee, Jacki Norcel, Lisa Nuland, Marie Petitti, Allison Squiccimarro.--Planning and Zoning Commission, Frederick T. Garrity, Jr., Chm., Anthony Silber, Vice Chm., randon Cousins, Tony D’Aquilia, Richard Deecken; Alternate, Michael Miller.--Zoning Board of Appeals, Steve A. Elbaum, Chm., Rob Saunders, Vice Chm., Catherine Creager, Richard Mayo, Matthew Reale; Alternates, Brian Reilly, Joseph Rescsanski.--Constables, Raymond Baldwin, Victor Pioli, Jeannine Stauder.--Justices of the Peace, Patricia Huamani Alaluna, Raymond G. Baldwin, Jr., Christopher Bandecchi, Carol Danenberg, Richard C. Deecken, Celia Diemunsch, Dominick S. Diemunsch, Nancy DiNardo, Richard H. Girouard, Sr., Jeffrey A. Goldwasser, Deborah Herbst, David W. Kayne, Thomas E. Kelly, Martin Kentosh, Rose Lodice, Sonia I. Lofton, Rosemary Malik, Ronald E. Mills, Mary C. Moran, Anne M. Pearson, Stacy Pearson, Joseph G. Pifko, Bonnie Ridolfi, Stuart Schwartz, Thomas Tesoro, David A. Wilson
UNIONTolland County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting, board of finance.)--Inc., Oct., 1734. Principal industries: agriculture and forestry. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of Greyhound and Trailways. Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Rural free delivery from Stafford Springs.
TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Heidi O. Bradrick. Address, Rte. 171, 1043 Buckley Highway, 06076-9520; Tel., (860) 684-3770. Website: of Selectmen, 1st, David D. Eaton(R), Tel., (860) 684-3812, David Heck (D), E. John Murdock, Jr. (R).--Town Treasurer, Amanda Gaug.--Board of Finance, Christopher Santucci, Chm., Mitchell Blank, Scott J. Crevier, Joseph Cross, Scott Mangold, Charles Singer III; Alternates, Roger W. Bragdon, Nathan B. Swift.--Tax Collector, Maureen M. Eaton.--Board of Assessment Appeals, David Heck, Chm., Edward Fournier, Charles M. Sweetland.--Registrars of Voters, vacancy (D), Erick Ponkala (R).--Board of Education, Andrea Estell, Chm., Amy D. Blank, Edward Fournier, James Kavanagh, Mathieu Silbermann.--Planning and Zoning Commission, Lee Ann Fitzgerald, Chm., Daniel Comerota, Barry Kapplan, Andrew Mihaliak, Joseph W. Popovitch; Alternates, Carol A. Berner, Michael Kneeland, Erick Ponkala.--Zoning Board of Appeals, Eric P. Emhoff, Arthur E. Murdock, Charles M. Sweetland, Nathan B. Swift, vacancy; Alternates, Joseph Kratochvil, two vacancies.--Library Directors, Ellen D. Silbermann, Chm., Karen Calabrese, Edward Capomacchio, Cheryl D’Amico, Erin Grabel, Danielle Kneeland.--Constables, Albert L. Goodhall, Albert L. Goodhall, Jr., two vacancies.--Justices of the Peace, Carol B. Denning, David D. Eaton, Albert L. Goodhall, Jean Hurd, Heather Murdock, Mathieu J. Silbermann, Robert E. Tyler, Jr., Dean Upson.
VERNONTolland County.--(Form of government, mayor, town council.)--Town Inc., Oct., 1808; taken from Bolton. City of Rockville Inc., Jan., 1889. Town of Vernon and City of Rockville consolidated, July 1, 1965. Principal industries: anodizing, metal surface treatments, bacteriological media production, communications equipment, fire retardant paints, dyeing and finishing of fabrics, plastics, tools and dies, and woodworking. Transp.--Passenger: Served by buses of Connecticut Transit from Hartford and Post Road Stages, Inc. from Hartford and Stafford Springs. Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post offices: Vernon-Rockville and Talcottville.
TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Karen C. Daigle. Address, Memorial Bldg., 14 Park Pl., 06066; Tel., (860) 870-3662; FAX, (860) 870-3623. Website:, Daniel A. Champagne (R).--Town Council, Mayor Daniel A. Champagne, Presiding Officer, Laura B. Bush, Bill Campbell, Julie Clay, Linda B. Gessay, Ann Letendre, Maryann Levesque, Brian R. Motola, Ariana Nieves-Matias, John B. O’Connell, Teri Lynn Rogers, Jim Tedford, Michael D. Wendus; Karen C. Daigle, Council Clerk.--Registrars of Voters, Chris Prue (D), M. Lisa Moody (R).--Tax Collector, Terry Hjarne.--Town Treasurer, Jeffrey O’Neill.--Board of Education, Anne H. Fischer, Chm., Patricia E. Buxton, Karen Colt, Paul Grabowski, Mark J. Kalina, Steve Linton, Deborah G. Rodriguez, E. Mason Thrall III, Kristiana Wintress.--Justices of the Peace, Isaac Ampofo, Laura B. Bush, Thomas DiDio, Lisa L. DiBenedetto, Bill Francis, Carolyn Futtner, Patricia Gargano, Carole Guttman, Frances B. Hobbs, John P. Leary, Yu Mullan, Ariana Nieves-Matias, Chris Prue, Connor Raymond, Susan Reugen, Rudolf Rossmy, Teri Lynn Rogers, Zac Rosenbluth, Jesse Schoolnik, Linda Shivers, Wesley Shorts, Connie Simon, John T. Swanson, Steven L. Wakefield, Diane Wheelock.
VOLUNTOWNNew London County.--(Form of government, selectmen, town meeting.)--Inc., May, 1721. Principal industries: agriculture, recreation. Transp.--Freight: Served by numerous motor common carriers. Post office: Voluntown. Rural free delivery.
TOWN OFFICERS. Clerk and Reg. of Vital Statistics, Pamela Theroux. Address, Town Hall, 115 Main St., P.O. Box 96, 06384-0096; Tel., Jewett City, (860) 376-4089; FAX, (860) 376-3295. Website: of Selectmen, 1st, Tracey L. Hanson (D), Tel., (860) 376-5880, Robert “Jim” Thevenet (R), Mark G. Oulton (D).--Board of Assessment Appeals, Cheryl A. Sadowski, Christopher Wilson, Jamie Zonfrilli.--Registrars of Voters, Joyce Melgey (D), Belinda Weise (R).--Board of Education, Kate Beauparlant, Chm., Cathy Grant, Arikka Kalwara, Valerie Muschiano, Sarah Thompson, Meagan Wicks, Christopher Wilson.--Planning and Zoning Commission, Scott Davidson, Chm., David Nieminen, Thomas M. Sweet, Pat Wray; Alternates, Juliet Hodge, Brian Muschiano, Stephen Stephanski, Jr., Joe Zonfrilli.--Zoning Board of Appeals, Karen Anderson, Edward W. Grenier, Arthur Ivanick, Cheryl Sadowski; Alternates, Robert Dillon, Sr., Elizabeth Jenkins Donahue, vacancy.--Inland Wetlands Commission, Scott Aresenault, Carl Grenier, Thomas M. Sweet; Alternates, Brian Muschiano, Steve Stephanski, Steve Zelinsky.--Library Trustees, Nancy MacBride, Erin Madeira, Sandra Pellinen, Shawna Stephanski, Susanne Thevenet, Martha Wittwer.--Justices of the Peace, Judith P. Allik, Karen A. Anderson, Ryan J. Bridgham, Christelle Lachapelle, Marc Robert Ledoux, Sr., Mary Anne Nieminen, Cheryl A. Sadowski, Robert James Thevenet, Paul Whitehead, Thomas H. Wilber.