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Thomas J. Dunn

Chairman

Selectmen

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Selectmen

84 Lyons Plain Road

Weston, Connecticut,06883

United States

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Boston Globe Online / South Weekly / NSTAR to replace storage tank at gas substation in Westwood

www.boston.com [cached]

The Board of Selectmen's chairman, Thomas J. Dunn, said the tank needing to be filled less often was a factor in the board's approval of the plan.


Boston Globe Online / South Weekly / Voters to weigh in on study of changing dry-town status

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Voting against the measure was the chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Thomas J. Dunn, who said he strongly opposed any chance of opening the door to making Westwood a "wet" town."Alcohol is a drug which when abused can cause devastating effects," he said.His fears centered on the problems associated with drunk driving, increased workload for the town's police department, the added logistics of holding hearings for license applicants, and any litigation that might result when a restaurant is denied an alcohol license.Dunn did agree that the town needs to lure better restaurants and that the sale of alcohol might bring in more tax revenue, but still, he was adamantly opposed to placing the question on the ballot."I'm against it, and I would urge everyone I know to vote against it," he said.Antonellis wanted voters to be clear that the question on the ballot was nonbinding and was only being used to allow the public to weigh on whether a study should be undertaken.He said that even if a mandate was received at the ballot and the town did go forward with a study of the issue, and ultimately did take further steps to allow local restaurants to serve alcohol, that there would still be two or three years and many steps before a new law could be put on the books."There's quite a public process," he said.


Six articles on Town Meeting warrant

www.townonline.com [cached]

Selectmen Chairman Thomas Dunn and COA director Pat Larkin, who both spoke to Finance Commission members about this article at a public hearing on the warrant held recently said the van, which was purchased seven years ago, has fallen into disrepair and has become a safety and liability problem.


Present: Simeon Stevens, John Goode, George Borley, John Dunnett, Robert Durrant, Walter Lord, Harry Pearl, James Frost, W H Baker [and presumeably Thomas Dunn who signed as Chairman]
Thomas Dunn, Chairman [NB: he was the curate at this time] Thursday 29th April 1886 ...duly convened... for the purpose of electing Churchwardens for the ensuing year. Present: Dunn, Baker, Goddard, Dunnett. A communication was received from the Rector nominating Thomas Dunn as Rector's Churchwarden for the ensuing year. Thomas Dunn, Chairman Dunn tried to nominate himself as Rector's Churchwarden, but this was "objected to upon ye ground of his being as Curate in Charge, the Incumbent for the time being. Graham, Leatherdale, Baker, Elliston, Hood, Frost, Collen, Pearl, Elmer, Pollard and Dunn re-elected Elmer as Parish Churchwarden and the Rector [back in evidence!] chose Dunn again. Graham, Leatherdale, Baker, Elliston, Hood, Frost, Collen, Pearl, Elmer, Pollard and Dunn re-elected Elmer as Parish Churchwarden and the Rector [back in evidence!] chose Dunn again. Graham, Warren, Elmer, Collen and Dunn increased some rateable values: Railway Station and Building from £130 to £165, Edwards premises from £8 to £11, Newson's from£6 to £8.10s, Moy's from £2 to £5; and they messed about with several other assessments: Hood's and Mrs Fenton's, Graham's, Page's, Wakelin's, Borley's, and Rectory Lodge.


SearcyChamber.Net - Leadership Staff Directory

www.searcy.dina.org [cached]

Tommy Dunn Past Chairman


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