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Today's date: 03/28/2015
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The Opening Day for Fishing has been changed from the 3rd Saturday in April to the 2nd Saturday. Opening day will be on Saturday, April 11th. License are available in the Town Clerk's Office.
As part of its five year System Resiliency Program, Eversource Energy will be making improvements to the local electric system in Kent. The work, which will continue through September, includes tree trimming, replacement of poles, and installation of stronger wire connectors. Work will take place on the following streets: South Kent Rd., North & South Main St., Bridge St. and Macedonia Rd.
Eversource and its contractors will coordinate work with town officials and individual customers, where needed. Please be aware that planned customer outages are anticipated as part of the work. They will be communicated to residents and businesses in advance.
Traffic control, including flaggers and signage, will help maintain safe work zones for all.
Available to all Town residents, the Shred-It company will be onsite at the Transfer Station from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Bring along documents for secure destruction.
KENT TOWN HALL
41 Kent Green Boulevard
Kent, Connecticut 06757
Located in the scenic northwest corner
of Litchfield County, Kent was
incorporated in 1739 and has had
a history as a farming community and
thriving iron ore producer. It is now a
rural community of about 3,000 residents
with many small hamlets such as
Bulls Bridge, Flanders, Kent Hollow,
South Kent and the Cobble.
The town offers old-fashioned ways to
enjoy life such as hiking, biking, fishing,
and camping at State and local parks.
Kent is also the perfect destination for
those inclined to take a scenic drive!
Those of us who live in Kent often
comment how lucky we are to have
such a great place to call home.