By CLARK MASON THE PRESS DEMOCRAT Windsor this week joined a growing list of local and state governments urging Congress to propose a constitutional amendment to limit political spending by corporations. On a 3-1 vote, the Town Council approved a resolution that aims to undo a U.S. Supreme Court decision that conferred “personhood” status to […]
The Town Council voted 3-2 Wednesday night to tentatively approve a water rate increase of 14 percent on Sept. 1 and a “water reclamation” rate increase of 3 percent on July 1.
In the current economic climate, individuals and households aren’t the only ones looking to cut back on utility expenses. The Town of Windsor joins the effort to conserve both funds and resources– namely, water.
A 25-acre property at Windsor’s southern gateway is being eyed as a potential site for tourism and entertainment uses that could include a movie theater, hotel, and restaurants.
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