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WallingfordCT.com is an aggregated news and information website that provides info from around the town of Wallingford, CT including from the town government, local news organizations, blogs and social media:

This site was originally created by a Wallingford resident, Tim Dineen, more than 15 years ago and is intended as a source for news and information about the town of Wallingford, Connecticut. This site hosted the first "official" website for the town, a volunteer effort at the time back in 1997, and has been revised to focus on the compilation of Wallingford news from various sources including journalistic news as well as news from social media.

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From News, Government and Blog Sources:

Dr. Menzo's Weekly Update - 4 6 20
4/9/20 via Wallingford Public Schools News
Dr. Menzo's Weekly Update - 4 6 20 ...


Dr. Menzo's Quote of the Week
4/9/20 via Wallingford Public Schools News
​“All the adversity I've had in my life, all my troubles and obstacles, have strengthened me… You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.” Walt Disney ...
Dr. Menzo's Quote of the Week - 4 6 20
4/9/20 via Wallingford Public Schools News
​“All the adversity I've had in my life, all my troubles and obstacles, have strengthened me… You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.” Walt Disney ...
Senior Program Trash Coupons Update (4/9/20) - Public Works
4/9/20 via Town of Wallingford News
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COVID-19 Town Information
4/9/20 via Town of Wallingford News
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Eat Local and Win in Wallingford (April 10 to May 8) - WCI & the Ec. Dev. Commission
4/9/20 via Town of Wallingford News
Support our local Wallingford restaurants open for takeout during COVID-19...
NOTICE: Electronic Service of Appeals from Municipal Agencies
4/6/20 via Town of Wallingford News
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IMPORTANT: Town Municipal Buildings LOCKED until further notice - Mayor's Office
4/6/20 via Town of Wallingford News
To contact a department for information (or an appointment, if necessary, please use telephone, email or mail....
Town Clerk Announces Delay in Town Budget Meetings Schedule
4/2/20 via Town of Wallingford News
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Compost Center - Open 6 Days/Week, April 1 through November 30
4/1/20 via Town of Wallingford News
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Coronavirus Thoughts Week 3
3/29/20 via Swick Speak
"We are fighting for survival" This is the statement I heard from an employee and a restaurant owner this past week.  Both restaurants are still open with limited hours and a minimal crew.  Some restaurants in Connecticut will never open again due to the governmental decree of two weeks ag...
BRUSH ONLY Pick Up starts April 6 - Public Works Department
3/27/20 via Town of Wallingford News
TIED, small bundles of branches or brush (less than 4 feet in length and 6 inches in diameter) must be out at the curbside by Sunday, April 5. Untied branches/brush will NOT be picked up....
COVID-19 Information for BUSINESSES
3/27/20 via Town of Wallingford News
The State of CT provides information for COVID-19 related business inquiries and questions...
Dr. Menzo's Quote of the Week - 3 23 20
3/25/20 via Wallingford Public Schools News
​"We do not have to become heroes overnight. Just a step at a time, meeting each thing that comes up, seeing it is not as dreadful as it appeared,  discovering we have the strength to stare it down."  Eleanor Roosevelt ...
Fishing Season Opened Early
3/25/20 via Town of Wallingford News
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Primary Day is June 2, 2020
3/24/20 via Town of Wallingford News
Primary Day is now June 2, 2020 -- You must be registered Democrat or Republican to vote. See attached PDF for more information....
Coronavirus Thoughts Week 2
3/22/20 via Swick Speak
The current United States statistics of Covid-19, the Chinese flu strain is 26,900 cases with 348 deaths.  That is roughly at 1.3% death rate.  Since it is difficult to obtain pure data on this virus from any source it seems that many of the deaths are older people who may have had some me...
My Thoughts On The Coronavirus
3/15/20 via Swick Speak
Fear is a strong emotion that has been prevalent in our economy due to the outbreak of a Coronavirus this one named Covid-19. Fear has brought about a massive downturn in our stock markets eliminating well over $5 trillion dollars of wealth on paper.  Fear has brought about panic buying of foo...
In A Heartbeat Cardiac Screening Program
3/11/20 via Wallingford Public Schools News
In A Heartbeat Cardiac Screening Program ...
What's Another $41.2 Million Dollars To Connecticut Taxpayers
3/7/20 via Swick Speak
Connecticut Taxpayers were beaten up again this week. The Yankee Institute for Public Policy reported on two massive losses for Connecticut Taxpayers which added up to $41.2 million dollars in lost money. First was a state audit that found the problematic Department of Economic and Community Develop...
The Failures Of More Taxes In Connecticut
2/29/20 via Swick Speak
It is economically irrational to believe that new and or increased taxes will resolve any existing problems in the state of Connecticut. For example, tolls and the supposed revenue that will be gained from them will repair the state's road and highway system.  There is already in place a fund a...
Connecticut Still Needs To Cut Spending
2/22/20 via Swick Speak
No Tolls was heard loud and clear by a bunch of scared and frightened Connecticut Democrat legislators who feared for their political lives this past week in Hartford.  The Connecticut Republican Party at the same time decided enough was enough and broke out of their political hibernation and d...
Resident Disposal Center Currently Not Accepting Used Motor Oil
2/21/20 via Town of Wallingford News
Due to tank contamination, used motor oil is not being accepted at the Resident Disposal Center. Contact the vendor where the oil was originally purchased for disposal instructions....
Why Cut Connecticut State Spending?
2/15/20 via Swick Speak
Why cut Connecticut state spending? I mean why? Why is it necessary? Connecticut has only $140 billion dollars in short and long term debt along with unfunded liabilities.  A staggering figure for a state as small as Connecticut.  If the state does not spend its bloated budget for seven ye...
Connecticut's Constant Debt
2/1/20 via Swick Speak
Lost is the euphoric conversations about the economic greatness of tolls is Connecticut's $140 billion dollars in short and long term debt along with unfunded liabilities especially pension liabilities.  This $140 billion dollars of debt seems always to be ignored by the ruling elite of the Con...