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The annual town meeting has been scheduled by the North Canaan selectmen. It will be held on Thursday, Jan. 10, at the Town Hall, beginning at 7 p.m. 

On the agenda for that meeting will be a proposal from C-TEC Solar of Bloomfield, whose representative will attend. 

Under a  proposed agreement, the company would install solar panels at the transfer station. They would sign a 20-year lease for use of the land, at a rate of $12,000 per year to be paid to the town. 

In addition, the arrangement would provide the town with free solar power for all...

North Canaan

Hearing on Metcalf activities continues to Nov. 20

NORTH CANAAN — Whether the North Canaan zoning enforcement officer (ZEO) acted in accordance with policy and procedures with regard to the B. Metcalf paving company at their 15 Allyndale Road property, was the subject of a public hearing led by the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA).  
The hearing was opened on Thursday, Oct. 18, when testimony was heard and evidence submitted by Steve Allyn, the ZEO at the time that the issue arose.

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For 90 years, they’ve had their ducts in a row

EAST CANAAN — When William Perotti started his humble plumbing business back in 1928 with just two employees, it was more than a pipe dream. It was the start of a family legacy.

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Cupcake contest for a cause on Nov. 3

NORTH CANAAN — There are those of us who celebrate Halloween with cupcakes frosted and decorated like small pumpkins. Of course, fresh-baked goods are verboten as trick-or-treat give-aways because, sadly, only wrapped goods can now be handed out.
But a home for those small cakes can be found and they can even do good work, by supporting the Pilgrim House in North Canaan, which is home to both Fishes & Loaves Food Pantry and Closets, which has clothing and household goods for families in need. 

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Advice from a baseball great: Have fun and be kind

NORTH CANAAN — Baseball legend Steve Blass made an appearance at North Canaan Elementary School on Thursday, Oct. 4, to honor two students who shared the Little League pitching award in 2018.
Blass pitched for the Pirates from 1964 to 1974, and won two games in the 1971 World Series. He has worked as a Pirates broadcaster for more than 20 years.

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Body of missing man found

NORTH CANAAN — The State Police reported on Wednesday morning, Oct. 3, that they had recovered the body of German Perez in the Housatonic River, about one mile south of the spot in the river at North Canaan where his truck was found on Wednesday, Sept. 26.
Perez, 60, disappeared on Tuesday evening, Sept. 25, during that evening’s heavy rains. 
His truck slid into the Housatonic River at Lawrence Avenue in North Canaan that evening, probably between 6:30 and 7 p.m. 

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Town improvements discussed by North Canaan selectmen

NORTH CANAAN  — Trash receptacles, streetlights, and knotweed were discussed at the Board of Selectmen’s meeting in North Canaan on Monday, Oct. 1. All three topics involved needed improvements for the town’s residents.
Responding to residents’ concerns about the lack of trash receptacles in the commercial district, Selectman Craig Whiting said he has been looking into smaller bins that would collect hand-held pedestrian discards and dog waste in plastic bags, but would not encourage deposits of household trash. 

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Body of German Perez found in Housatonic

NORTH CANAAN — The State Police reported on Tuesday morning, Oct. 3, that they had recovered the body of German Perez in the Housatonic River, about one mile south of the spot in the river at North Canaan where his truck was found on Wednesday, Sept. 26.
Perez, 60, disappeared on Tuesday evening, Sept. 25, during that evening’s heavy rains. 
His truck slid into the Housatonic River at Lawrence Avenue in North Canaan that evening, probably between 6:30 and 7 p.m. 

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ZBA to hear B. Metcalf Paving plan Oct. 18

NORTH CANAAN — The North Canaan Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public meeting about concerns over operations at the B. Metcalf Paving company. 
There have been accusations that the company is doing work that is not allowed under zoning regulations.
The public meeting will be held at North Canaan Town Hall on Thursday, Oct. 18, beginning at 7p.m.

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Truck found in river, occupant missing

Selectmen discuss sidewalks, dogs

NORTH CANAAN — Responding to residents’ complaints about the uneven condition of the town’s sidewalks and observations about some residents neglecting to pick up after their dogs, the North Canaan selectmen discussed those concerns at their meeting on Monday, Sept. 10.
“It’s really bad,” Selectman Craig Whiting reported, after having walked all of the sidewalks in town. “Many dog owners are responsible about cleaning up, but some are not.” 

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