FARMINGTON, CT - In an effort to better facilitate the arrival process of students at their respective schools, the Farmington Board of Education is offering a free shuttle service for students K-12.
The decision follows complaints made on social media regarding long parent drop-off lines. Many commenters
During the week of October 16-20, 2017, all Farmington residents who have trash collection by the Town’s contractor (Waste Material Trucking Company) are invited to leave their bulk items curbside the night before their regular collection day and will be picked up on your normal
The results of an informal poll conducted by the Farmington Mirror's crack reporters found the top three reasons for a "No" vote.
Has child in private school and doesn't want to pay for someone else's kid to be educated.
Heard their neighbor say that the students would
"I'm paying full tuition at Avon Old Farms and Miss Porter's for my son and daughter and I'm having a $50,000 kitchen installed. I don't want to pay any more in taxes," he said.
Many of Farmington's wealthiest residents helped vote down the measure to improve