Thursday, August 29, 2013
Hot on the heels of the images of the pool in Summer yesterday here is a 3D tour of the Solution to the Pool with the sides closed. Take a look. It's very impressive.
Click here for the video
Attention all college students.!
Take care of your absentee ballot today. You will be able to vote YES in November. Here is the link explaining the process
From the town website -
The process for voting by absentee ballot includes qualifying, applying, obtaining the ballot and returning the ballot.
To QUALIFY for voting by absentee ballot, an elector must be unable to appear at the required polling place during all hours of voting for one of the following reasons:
- Active service in the armed forces of the United States
- Absence from the town of voting residence during all of the hours of voting
- Physical disability
- Religious tenets which forbid secular activity on the day of the election;
- Duties as an election official at a polling place other than his/her own during all of the hours of voting
To obtain an absentee ballot, an elector must first submit an application with an original signature to the Town Clerk's office by mail or in person. Absentee ballot applications are available from the Connecticut Secretary of State's website and from the Town Clerk's office, either in person or by mail (requests can be submitted by calling 203 271-6601 or in writing to the Town Clerk, 84 South Main St., Cheshire, CT 06410). Ballots are then issued for each valid application.
The actual absentee ballots for each election are available one month prior to the election, or three weeks before a referendum. These ballots can be picked up at the Town Clerk's office by the applicant or can be mailed directly to the applicant. Please note that anyone may pick up an absentee ballot application for an elector, however, the ballot itself can only be handed in person to the elector named on the application or mailed directly to the applicant.
Ballots may be returned to the Town Clerk's office by the applicant in person or by mail. An immediate family member may return a ballot, but must show identification and sign the sealed ballot envelope in front of a staff member. All ballots must be returned by close of business on the day of the election or referendum to be counted.
Please contact us at 203 271-6601 or at email@example.com or visit the Town Clerk’s Office for more information.