In case you missed something, here's a look at what's been happening in Simsbury:
Photo of the week: Karen Moulton's photo of a fawn licking its chops. Thanks for sharing Karen!
Monday, September 10
- A Simsbury Patch letter to the editor makes the case against the approval of a Big Y supermarket in Simsbury's north end.
- Black bear sightings have increased in Simsbury and surrounding towns as the bear population grows.
- After receiving complaints, the Simsbury Police Department arrested two individuals and charged them with conducting door-to-door sales without a permit from the town.
Tuesday, September 11
- The Zoning Commission approved several special exceptions for the proposed Big Y supermarket. There's some great dialogue happening in the comments section!
- The Board of Selectmen met Monday night. Here's a recap of the meeting.
Wednesday, September 12
- Olympic athlete Sara Hendershot paid a visit to Central Elementary School students.
- The Simsbury School District began the first phase of a $1.8 million network infrastructure project.
- Low water levels and warmer temperatures have had a negative impact on the fish population in the Farmington River this year.
Thursday, September 13
- A home on Park Road topped this week's real estate sales at $372,000.
- It's time for glazed doughnut cheeseburger's and corn dogs at the Big E.
Friday, September 14
- After eight years, Attilio's Restaurant at Simsbury Farms will close its doors for good this fall.
- Here's the Simsbury Police Log from last week.