1. The Week That Was: This week started off with some sad news, as Monday was a tough day at Waterford High School, ” Principal Don Macrino said.
On Thursday, to Waterford residents David and Ann Mortimer. The Mortimers intend to keep the 18-hole golf course a private course.
Thursday night, the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering CASE said Connecticut should encourage the construction of another nuclear reactor at Millstone if the federal government
On Tuesday night, the Recreation and Parks Department discussed a recent decision by the state labor board In other news, Patch some four-legged Waterfordites will , Waterford Traffic Officer David Anderson and the Waterford High School girls and boys basketball teams
And on Wednesday at the annual State of Waterford address, of the return of that would devastate Waterford.
2. The Week In Weather: This should be a nice week of weather.
Every day this week should be partly cloudy with highs around 40. No rain is predicted for this week.
*All information used in this report is from The Weather Channel.
3. This Week In Schools: On Tuesday night at 7 is ’s Poetry Out Loud competition. Students recite two poems each, with the winner representing Waterford in the state tournament, according to Waterford High School librarian Matt Cadorette. Community leaders have been asked to recite poems as well, Cadorette said.
On Friday, there is a hypnosis show at and a Valentine’s family fun night at . And Saturday is Waterford High School’s winter ball.
Wednesday, the Board of Education healthcare committee meets. The town went out to bid on health insurance, and it might receive those bids at that meeting. Once the health care costs are known, the school and municipal budget If health care costs increase like they did last year, both the general government and the school district will have to make cuts.
4. The Week In Events: There is a and for Waterford High School, and another for And on Saturday, at Oswegatchie School.
Saturday night, at the . The buffet runs from 7 to 8, and then dancing begins to the oldies from 8 to 10. Tickets are $10 and are limited and can be bought at the VFW on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday.
5. This Week In Government: On Monday, the Representative Town Meeting meets at 7:30 in Town Hall for its regular bi-monthly meeting.
And on Tuesday, the Board of Selectmen continues its budget review. Tuesday the board will review the budgets of the conservation of health, public health and nursing, , emergency management, harbor management, and the Board of Selectmen’s own budget.