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 The Board of Aldermen recently approved the municipal redistricting maps.  By state statute, this must be done every ten years, to address population changes reflected in the census.  Below are links to the new district lines.  These will affect where one votes in the Fall 2013 election.

[Descriptions are NOT absolute, but rather a broad reference to help you find the right map. Please check the map for a more precise review. A link will be available closer to the election for an address look-up or you can contact the Registrar of Voters office if you have any questions.]

District 1 (Basically North Milford, north of I-95)

District 2 (Basically West side of town and Western/Cenral part of town)

District 3 (Basically Southwest part of town)

District 4 (Basically the East side of town)

District 5 (Basically center of town)

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commented 2013-11-06 21:11:56 -0500 · Flag
TY :)
commented 2013-09-25 11:35:55 -0400 · Flag
Glad to be part of the winning team.
commented 2013-07-28 14:30:45 -0400 · Flag
Just a quick note of thanks to the Republican Town committee who on Monday July 22nd gave me their unanimous endorsement to run for Mayor of this great City as a Republican. I promise I will not let you down and I will give it a 150% effort to be victorious in November. I look forward to a unified campaign with all of our candidates and to a victory as I said in November. Thanks again everyone.
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