DARIEN—After two years of debate and delay, the Representative Town Meeting Monday that requires dogs to be on kept leashes on public property. The ordinance, which goes into effect Oct. 10, passed by a 59-13 vote. The only public property not covered by the ordinance are the town's parks.
FAIRFIELD— A $ was finally approved on Monday. The project, which will be handled in two phases includes safety and security improvements to the administrative wing, the addition of a new space for special education, a new private space for a school psychologist and a new, ADA-compliant nursing station.
NEW CANAAN— A in Stamford Tuesday afternoon, injuring the vehicle’s elderly driver and suspending service to New Canaan for about three hours, according to the MTA. The 80-year-old driver was transported to Stamford Hospital and is expected to survive.
WILTON— Assistant Superintendent of Schools Tim Canty to the board last week that must be enacted in all public schools for the next school year. Legislative changes involve a redefinition of bullying, staff training in anti-bullying measures, the appointment of a “safe school climate" (SSC) specialist and coordinator, and the establishment or designation of an existing committee to deal with bullying issues.