Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Redding Pilot, out today:

• Grand list residential assessments drop 20%.

• Holiday Tree Lighting is Saturday.

• Projections show decline in students for 2013-14 year.

• This year marks the 40th anniversary for the Mark Twain Library Art Show.

• Simpaug bridge opening nears.

• The Joel Barlow High football team loses to Weston on Thanksgiving

In other news:

• Selectmen eye road maintenance plan for town.

• ‘Personalized Learning’ topic of roundtable.

• Police are hosting ‘Shop with A Cop’.

• Firehouse pancake breakfast is scheduled.

• Applications available for preschool program.

• Morgan will perform at Lyrics Coffeehouse.

• Ketcham supports Marconi’s idea for CL&P to offer generators.

• Library plans programs celebrating art.

• U.S. Rep. Jim Himes: It’s a ‘fiscal ramp,’ not a ‘cliff’.

• Electronics recycling is set at Joel Barlow High School on Dec. 1.

• Kindergarten registration is scheduled for Dec. 11.

• Barlow students unite with spirit.

• Redding Elementary School PTA Turkey Drive helps 27 families.

• Redding dancers will perform in ‘The Nutcracker’.

• Driver safety course, book group, holiday luncheon and trips coming up.

• Children’s choir performs Dec. 2.

• Winter Walk set at Putnam Park.

• Devil’s Den deer hunt ends Tuesday.

 

 

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