The library’s main reading room will be painted on Tuesday, January 20 and the library will be closed for the day. We will reopen to the public on Wednesday Jan 21st at 5:00 p.m. Lisa Timothy Director East Lyme
An Invitation to Bid for Streetscape Improvements on Pennsylvania Avenue (Rte. 161) and Hope Street was published in The Courant. See below for Plans, Specs and Addendums.
Department Emails: Resident State Trooper: Sgt Wilfred Blanchette-Badge #249 firstname.lastname@example.org Sgt Joseph San Juan-Badge #11 email@example.com Sgt Bruce Babcock-Badge #4 firstname.lastname@example.org Sgt Paul Renshaw-Badge #5 email@example.com Sgt Terry Saffioti-Badge #7 firstname.lastname@example.org Sgt Michael Macek-Badge #18
Elderly Homeowner,Totally Disabled and Veterans Programs The State of Connecticut offers an Elderly Tax Benefit known as the Homeowners Program, formerly known as the Circuit Breaker Program. In order to be eligible, applicant must own or hold life use of
The Town of East Lyme continues to provide outstanding police service and protection to its citizens through the joint efforts of the Resident State Troopers Office, and the East Lyme Police Department. The Town is currently under contract with the
Effective Wednesday January 7th 2015 Paul M. Formica will be sworn in as State Senator for the Twentieth District representing Montville, Salem, Old Lyme, East Lyme, Waterford, New London, Bozrah, and Old Saybrook. Mark Nickerson will be taking over as
Recycling Schedule and Trash Collection Route Map
The following link will direct you to the East Lyme Public School’s website for the currect and future East Lyme Board of Education Minutes and Agendas http://www.eastlymeschools.org/page.cfm?p=3400