“It is an honor to serve the people of Monroe. Despite the fact that most of my second term has been primarily focused on responding to the COVID‐19 pandemic, my administration continued to make strong progress, deliver essential services, and keep our local economy strong.”
- First Selectman Ken Kellogg
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Lipson praised town officials for being easy to work with throughout the process, including the Building Department, Health Department, land use and the Planning and Zoning Commission.
“We deal with a lot of towns and cities,” Lipson said. “It’s difficult with COVID, but this town was great. We were pleasantly surprised.”
This year...Monroe has seen a stream of new businesses coming to this so-called “bedroom community.”
Over $7 million reconstruction project, 90% funded by grants, will make significant progress towards completion before the winter.
Another Fairfield County company decides to relocate to Monroe; will construct two new buildings.
Groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of construction for the building project to update the old facility at 54 Jockey Hollow Road - providing appropriate facilities for this essential public safety service.