to the Borough of Stonington
The Borough of Stonington was chartered in 1801 by a special act of the legislature of the State of Connecticut. It is the oldest Borough in Connecticut.
The Borough Charter click-here sets forth the basic structure of Borough government, describing the powers and duties of the elected officials. The governing body is the Board of Warden & Burgesses, which has the power to pass ordinances and prepare the budget for approval at the Annual Borough Meeting in the third week of April.
The Board of Warden & Burgesses also appoints members of the Planning & Zoning Commission and the Zoning Board of Appeals. The Harbor Management Commission is a joint agency of the Town and the Borough.
The Borough seal reflects the exploits of Stonington resident Nathaniel Brown Palmer, who while hunting seals in the Southern Ocean in 1820, became the first American to sight the Antarctic continent, the peninsula now known as Palmer Land.
Find Upcoming Board & Commissions Meetings Here
Upcoming meetings are listed below. Agendas for meetings are posted here a few days prior (the link will become active at that time). Votes will then be posted here directly after meeting (the link will become active at that time). Minutes for all meetings will be posted under the Governance section.
Topic: Meeting Warden & Burgess - September
Time: MONDAY, September 18th, at 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
At Borough Hall
IN PERSON ONLY
Meeting September Agenda - Click here