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Legal Notice – Warning of November 3, 2020 State Election

Legal Notice – Warning of November 3, 2020 State Election The Electors of the Town of East Lyme are hereby warned to meet at their respective polling places in said town on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, for the following purposes:… Read more >

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Connecticut Voter Lookup And Absentee Ballot Status

Check your Voter Registration or the status of your Absentee Ballot here: Connecticut Voter Lookup If you have questions about your voter registration status contact the Registrars of Voters at 860-739-6147 or 860-739-6782. If you have questions about your absentee… Read more >

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Plan of Conservation and Development – Public Hearing

Attached is the final document (as updated October 23rd) created by the Planning Commission’s Plan of Conservation and Development Subcommittee. A public hearing will be held (via Zoom) on November 10, 2020.

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Survey of Residential Landlords

This survey is being conducted by the Office of the Governor, the Department of Housing, and the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, who are collaborating on how to respond to the challenges facing renters and landlords due to COVID-19. The survey… Read more >

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New Election Precinct for some East Lyme Voters

Beginning with the August 11th primary election, voters living on one of the streets listed below will vote at Niantic Center School, 7 W Main St, Niantic. All voters can use the State of Connecticut voter lookup page to locate… Read more >

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Extended Town Clerk Office Hours For Absentee Ballots

The East Lyme Town Clerk’s Office will be open on Wednesday, October 28th until 7:00 p.m. for the issuance and return of Absentee Ballots for the upcoming election. If you have any questions please contact the Town Clerk’s Office at… Read more >

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Sample Ballot – November 3rd Election

Sample Ballot for the November 3rd Election

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Halloween Guidance for COVID-19

This is information is from Connecticut’s DPH website. While we are not “cancelling” Halloween, we are suggesting a modified approach. Leaving bowls of treats or prepared goodie bags outside is the suggested alternative. COVID-19 has changed the way we participate… Read more >