Thursday, February 23rd 10:30 a.m.
City of Norwich Chief of Police Patrick Daley will be here to discuss the many aspects of his position as Chief of Police. He will also discuss the trends he and his staff are seeing, what you should be aware of and how to stay vigilant and safe. Please join us in the Dining Room for this informative talk with Q & A session. Please sign up at Reception.
Property Tax Credit (Circuit Breaker) Program is available to all CT real property owners who are age 65 or older or totally disabled. Annual income cannot exceed $35,200 for an individual or $42,900 for a couple in 2016. Discounts are based on a graduated income scale and are calculated by your town’s Tax Assessors Office. Discount is applied directly to the applicant’s real property tax bill.
Norwich Residents: To apply for the Property Tax Credit Program, complete an application at the Norwich Tax Assessor’s Office. Applications are accepted between February 1 and May 15, 2017.
Norwich Tax Assessor, 100 Broadway Norwich, CT 06360 (860) 823-3723
Veterans with established Connecticut residency may be eligible for other credits also.
Residents of other towns: Call or visit your town’s Tax Assessor’s Office for more information.
TVCCA’s Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is hosting a Veterans Coffeehouse Every Wednesday from 9 to 11 a.m. United Congregational Church of Norwich 87 Broadway, Norwich
Borrowing Procedures & Donations Rose City Senior Center Members can borrow books as follows: Take books from shelves ONLY. Please do not take books from baskets or boxes. Take what books you want to read and return them as soon as you have finished with them. Please place returned books in wicker baskets located in the Library. The library is happy to accept donations as long as the books are: Clean, New or Nearly New Condition. Mysteries, Fiction, Romance, Large Print, Autobiographies, Biographies, or Non-Fiction. Published Within the Last 4 Years. PLEASE DO NOT donate books that are Mildewed, Torn, Missing Pages, Dirty or Published before 2012.
Winter is here and home heating costs can be a struggle for many. There is help. TVCCA is now taking applications for the Connecticut Energy Assistance Program which provides assistance towards a homes primary source of heat. Priority is given to “vulnerable households” with young children, elderly or disabled individuals. Income and Asset Limits apply: Household Size: 1 2 Asset Limits: Homeowner Renter Annual Income $33,132 $43,327 $15,000 $10,000 Applications can be done over the phone and through the mail for homebound individuals. To schedule an appointment or for additional information, please call (860) 425-6681.