Home

Inland Wetlands Commission

  • Residents Sought For Commission Posts

    First Selectman Pat Llodra is seeking residents to fill several opening on local appointed boards and commissions. In some cases the appointments are required to be affiliated with a specific political party, while in other cases unaffiliated voters are encouraged to consider serving.

    Current openings exist on:

    The Economic Development Commission, with a position available to any registered voter; last day to apply is February 3.

  • Sherman Woods Gains Wetlands Approval

    Inland Wetlands Commission (IWC) members last week unanimously approved the wetlands/watercourses protection aspects of a proposed 42-lot cluster-style residential subdivision on a 158-acre site in Sandy Hook.

    The project would be the largest residential subdivision locally in more than a decade.

  • Help Newtown Protect Its Wetlands

    To the Editor:

    I am writing to invite residents of Newtown to join Newtown’s Inland Wetlands Commission.  We currently have two vacancies, one for a Democrat and one for a Republican.  Unaffiliated voters may also fill either vacancy. 

  • Cluster-Housing Version Of Sherman Woods Slated For Wetlands Review

    A view from Still Hill Road of a small section of the site proposed for Sherman Woods, which would be a 42-lot residential subdivision on 158 acres in Sandy Hook. Submitted as a cluster-style development, the project would preserve 107 acres of the site as public open space land.