Past Issues of the Putnam Town Crier

Tobacco compliance check nets 3
PUTNAM — The Putnam Police Department April 22, working with the State Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS), Tobacco Prevention and Enforcement Program (TPEP), made unannounced compliance inspections of eight establishments that sell tobacco and/or electronic cigarette products and three fined $300.
Of the eight, three were found to be in violation of the General Statutes of Connecticut, Sec. 53-344(b), Sale of e-cigarette to a person under 21.
The following establishments in the Putnam Special Services District were found to be non-compliant and the offending clerks at these establishments were issued an infraction in the amount of $300:
Bestway Gas Station - 146 Church St.
Citgo Food Mart – 2 Grove St.
Sam’s Food Store 303 - Kennedy Dr.
The following retailers were found to be compliant:
Cumberland Farms -171 Woodstock Ave.
Petro Plus - 162 School St.
Dragon Vape II – 1 Canal St.
Quiet Corner Vapor Shop – 88 Front St.
Gary’s Smoke Shop – 255 Kennedy Dr.
The clerks cited for illegal sale of tobacco product to under 21were:
Sureshbhai T. Patel, 51, 7909-147th St., Flushing, N.Y.; Justin E. Mayo, 34, 46 School St., 2nd Floor, Putnam; and Syedshayan A. Banoori, 24, 89 Day Street, Apt. B, Brooklyn.
The inspections were performed in an effort to determine compliance with state laws concerning the prohibition of the sale of tobacco products and/or e-cigarettes to youth under the age of 21.


The following charges were listed in the Putnam Police Department logs.  The people charged are innocent until proven guilty in court. The Town Crier will publish dispositions of cases at the request of the accused. The dispositions must be accompanied by the proper documentation. The Putnam Police Department confidential Tip Line is 860-963-0000.
April 20
Jacob Bindloss, 20, Marshall Street, N. Grosvenordale; failure to display marker plate, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, misuse of registration.
April 22
Ashleigh Carignan, 22, Hope Avenue, Plainfield; operating under the influence.
April 24
Nicole E. Passmore, 32, Ballou Street, Putnam; second-degree breach of peace, second-degree unlawful restraint, third-degree assault, risk of injury.


Lenten Rose
In addition to bulbs galore this time of year, the Lenten Rose also blooms this time of year.  This one is in Woodstock. Linda Lemmon photo.


Middle College honor rolls listed
DANIELSON — EASTCONN’s Quinebaug Middle College’s Semester 1 Honor Roll includes: High Honor Roll: Grace Benoit, Claire Bonafine, Matthew Bradley, Gabrielle Breault, Gabriel Brisson, Deondre Brown, Meadow Bulan, Sophie Caron, Madison Chaplin, Marisa Chappell, Alannah Coutu, Kaleb Dansereau, Rachel Gagliardo, Sierra Girard, Kailey Hamel, Justice Henderson, Katrina Imre, Nakari Madison, Yareni Mendez-Hernandez, Janette Morales-Monzo, Joseph Muscara, CJ Orthman, David Palmisciano, Elsie Peterson, Ella Poppleton, Julia Revellese, Cassandra Reynolds, Lianna Rivera, Ninoshka Robles Solano, Lourdes Sanchez Rodriquez, Tristanie Sweet, Nicholas Sykes, Michaella Tetrault, Rheilley Vegiard, Marylynn Whitfield. Honor Roll: Jason Adjei, Avis Andrews, Cameron Barber, Autumn Campbell, Karina Clavell, Carissa Frantz, Darren Gravel, Peter Kozlowski, Emily Leclerc, Melany Mendoza, Kairi Moore, Mercer Neff, Hailey Royer, Ramaya Talabert, Zachary Underwood, Kyla Vezina, Lauren Wajer, Abbey Washburn.


Legal Notice
Town of Pomfret
Planning and Zoning Commission

At the April 20, 2022, meeting of the Pomfret Planning & Zoning Commission, the following legal action was taken:

Town of Pomfret Planning & Zoning Commission, 5 Haven Road, application for a text amendment to the regulations regarding Temporary and Limited Moratorium on Cannabis Establishments.  APPROVED.

Dated at Pomfret,
April 25, 2022

Lynn L. Krajewski,
Planning & Zoning Commission

April 27, 2022
Legal Notice
Town of Pomfret
Zoning Board
of Appeals

The Pomfret Zoning Board of Appeals approved the application of Bruce Simpson, 1 Fairview Circle, for a variance to the rear yard setback.  Commission granted a variance of rear yard setback to 5’, exclusively to construct a 16’x20’ deck.  APPROVED.

Dated the 25th day
of April 2022

Lynn L. Krajewski,
Zoning Board of Appeals

April 27, 2022


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