Resources For Seniors And Those Who Want To HelpWith the launch last week of The Connecticut Elder Justice Hotline, Newtown Bee readers are reminded that Newtown has multiple local resources also in place.With the launch last week of The Connecticut Elder Justice Hotline, Newtown Bee readers are reminded that Newtown has multiple local resources also in place.Elder justice issues can range from age-based discrimination in the workplace to scams and frauds, abuse, neglect, and exploitation.In an emergency, call 911.LOCAL RESOURCESNewtown Center for Support and Wellness (28 Trades Lane): 203-270-4612 or newtowncsw.orgNewtown Police Department (191 South Main Street): call 203-426-5841 for non-emergencyNewtown Senior Center (8 Simpson Street): 203-270-4315Newtown Social Services: 203-270-4330STATEWIDEElder Justice Hotline: 860-808-5555 or portal.ct.gov/ag/elderhotlineReports of suspected abuse, neglect, or exploitation received through the hotline will be referred to the Protective Services for the Elderly program of the Department of Social Services (DSS). DSS social workers investigate reports of elder maltreatment and neglect, including self-neglect, and intervene with services and connections to community partners.
How quickly will 'mixed-use' turn into 'mixed-income'? Rosenthal should be ashamed.
I commend our volunteers for being such assets to the town, and as a happy customer of Mitchell I'm not the least bit surprised they were well equipped to help with this situation. God bless each of you.
Property tax increases are a way of life as long as uncontrolled expenses are permitted. And there will never be a property tax roll back due to 'tax base expansion'. And as the deluge of New Newtowners are bidding up the cost of houses in town we can expect a nice bump in the next valuation cycle. Not to mention the disaster coming to Fairfield Hills which we will pay for through infrastructure improvements to support tenants and their children and cars.