NORWALK, Conn. – Officials approved Norwalk’s new spending plan and set the tax rate , which led the news in the city this week.
Norwalk residents face a 3.8 percent increase in property taxes next year. The city plans to spend $309.4 million on education, public safety, social services and other operations.
The Board of Education approved plans for extensive improvements and additional classrooms at Rowayton and Naramake schools.
The Norwalk Police Department began an initiative to recruit new officers .
Norwalk’s chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution announced the induction of its first African-American regent .
A Norwalk man accused of stealing more than $100,000 worth of brass gravestone plaques from local cemeteries faces additional charges , police said.
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