Legal Notices - The Lakeville Journal - 9-22-22


Pursuant to Sec. 12-145 of the Connecticut Statutes, the taxpayers of the Town of Salisbury are hereby notified that the second installment on the Grand List of October 1, 2021 is due and payable on October 1, 2022. Payments must be received or postmarked by November 1, 2022. If said Real Estate and Personal Property taxes are not paid on or before November 1, 2022, interest at the rate of one and one half percent (18% per year) will be added for each month or a fraction thereof which elapses from the time when such tax becomes due and payable until the same is paid. Minimum interest charge is $2.00.

Taxes can be paid by mail addressed to: Tax Collector, P.O. BOX 338, Salisbury CT 06068 or at the Town Hall in Salisbury CT. There is a drop box in the vestibule of the Town Hall which is available 9am-4pm., Monday - Friday. The Town is urging taxpayers to mail checks or use the option of paying by credit card. Please check the Town website for additional information. Dated at Town of Salisbury CT this 15th day of September, 2022.

Jean F. Bell, CCMC

Tax Collector





Notice of Decision

Town of Salisbury

Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Commission

Notice is hereby given that the following actions were taken by the Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Commission of the Town of Salisbury, Connecticut on September 12, 2022:


Approved - Application #2022-IW-075 by Aaron and Alicia Zimmerman for the addition to a single-family dwelling and associated site improvements including septic system in the upland review area. The property is shown on Salisbury Assessor’s map 35 as lot 6 and is known as 16 Woodland Drive, Lakeville.

Approved with Conditions - Application #2022-IW-078 by Dana and Frederick Rohn for a new septic and well for existing residence. The property is shown on Salisbury Assessor’s map 39 as lot 16 and is known as 100 Interlaken Road, Lakeville.

Approved with Conditions - Application #2022-IW-079 by Great Falls Construction to construct a new single-family dwelling and associated site improvements. The property is shown on Salisbury Assessor’s map 19 as lot 19 and is known as 145 Taconic Road, Salisbury. The owner of the property is 145 Taconic LLC.

Any aggrieved person may appeal this decision to the Connecticut Superior Court in accordance with the provisions of Connecticut General Statutes §22a-43(a) & §8-8.






Late of Falls Village

AKA John Buchanan Allyn


The Hon. Diane S. Blick, Judge of the Court of Probate, District of Litchfield Hills Probate Court, by decree dated September 8, 2022, ordered that all claims must be presented to the fiduciary at the address below. Failure to promptly present any such claim may result in the loss of rights to recover on such claim.

The fiduciary is:

Jonathon Allyn

c/o Linda M Patz

Drury, Patz & Citrin, LLP

7 Church Street

P.O. Box 101

Canaan, CT 06018

Beth L. McGuire

Chief Clerk





The Salisbury Historic District Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 9:10am to act on an Application (#2022-005) for a Certificate of Appropriateness to build a swimming pool at 72 Main Street, Salisbury, CT 06068. This Public Hearing will be a Remote Meeting by Live Internet Video Stream and Telephone. The Meeting Link will be posted on the Town of Salisbury website: The Application will be posted on the Town website and is available for review by contacting the Salisbury Town Clerk’s office:



Legal Notice


Pursuant to the order of the court for the Judicial District of Litchfield at Torrington dated May 9, 2022,

NOTICE TO: All persons named on Exhibit A attached and any unknown person or persons who claim or may claim any rights, title, estate or interest in or lien or encumbrance on the property described in the complaint, adverse to that of the plaintiff, whether the claim or possible claim be vested or contingent including Nellie Garland, James Mitchell Jr., Michael Mitchell and Mary Ann Meehan as well as Mary Finney, Sheila Meehan, Katherine Vladkin, William J. Meehan and James P. Meehan, and their heirs described in Exhibit A attached.


That the above action has been instituted and is now pending in said court.

The plaintiffs have named you as defendants in the complaint brought to the above-named court seeking to quiet and settle title to a certain piece or parcel of land situated in the Town of Salisbury, County of Litchfield and State of Connecticut situated on both sides of Ore Hill Road, containing 8.307 acres and shown as property of Nora Meehan Dennis and Michael Meehan on Map No. 2552 on file in the office of the Town Clerk of the Town of Salisbury. This complaint was returnable to the above named court on 6/14/2022 and is now pending therein.

The court finds that the defendant(s) listed above has (have) not appeared in this action, and, so far as the plaintiff knows, has (have) not received actual notice of the institution or pendency of it; that so far as is known the name(s) and address(es) of such person(s) is unknown.

Now therefore, it is hereby ordered that further notice of the institution and pendency of this action be given to each such defendant by some proper officer by
(a) causing a copy of this order to be published on the Judicial Branch’s Legal Notices website located at Order of notice to be published for 14 days commencing on or before (date) and proof of publication be made to this court
(b) causing a true and attested copy of this order to be published in The Lakeville Journal once a week for two successive weeks, commencing on or before 09/14/2022 and that return of such service be made to this court.



That pursuant to the order of the Court, John W. Moore, J.


That on or before September 29, 2019 you or your attorney should take steps to appear is said action to assert whatever claim you may have to the property in question, to wit:

A certain piece or parcel of land situated in the Town of Salisbury, County of Litchfield and State of Connecticut situated on both sides of Ore Hill Road, containing 8.307 acres and shown as property of Nora Meehan Dennis and Michael Meehan on Map No. 2552 on file in the office of the Town Clerk of the Town of Salisbury.


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