Dems challenge Herbst to four debates

Neither First Selectman Timothy Herbst or Martha Jankovic-Mark, the Democrat running against him for the town’s top office, appear to be shying away from political sparring. But when the two will meet for a formal debate is still in the works. On Tuesday, Trumbull Democratic Town Chairwoman Nancy DiNardo challenged Herbst to participate in four debates, one for every Council … read more

Trumbull ranks third in transparency audit

Trumbull ranked third in the state in a recent transparency audit, conducted by The Yankee Institute for Public Policy, on each of the 169 municipalities in Connecticut. The purpose of the audit was to evaluate the transparency of each town, based primarily on the availability and accessibility of certain documents on their municipal websites, according to a release from First … read more

Trumbull High renovation work will continue into the new school year

Assurances that Trumbull High will look better than it has in years on the first day of school wasn’t good enough for a few Town Council members last Monday night. The renovation, which has been ongoing for about seven years, was scheduled to be completed by this month. The project is being done by O&G Industries and A.P. Construction. But, … read more

‘Seconds matter:’ Task force formed to look at improving Trumbull’s emergency dispatch

The Trumbull Police Department

An effort to create a centralized emergency dispatch in Trumbull is underway, with support of the first selectman, fire officials, police and EMS. “We have learned that seconds do matter and we have to be sure our emergency response is immediate and efficient,” First Selectman Timothy Herbst said at Monday’s meeting. When a 911 call comes in it goes directly … read more